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Full text of "The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New testaments;"

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^ / THE 



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OLY BIBLE, 



CONTAINING THE 



OLD AID. NE¥ TESTAMENTS, 



TRANSLATED OUT OF 



THE ORIGINAL TONUUES; 



AND WITH THE 



■» f 



FORMER TRANSLATIONS DILIGENTLY COMPARED AND REVISED. 



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NEW YORK: 

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY, 

INSTITUTED IN THE YEAR MDCCCXVI. 

1847. 



/ 



/ 



THE NAMES AND ORDER 
OP ALL THE 

BOOKS OF THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS, 

WITU THE 

NUMBER OF THEIR CHAPTERS. 



THE BOOKS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT. 



GENESIS hath Chapters 50 1 1. 

Exodus 40 1 II 

Leviticus ...... 27 

Numbers 36 

Deuteronomy . ^ _ . ^ 34 

Joshua 24 

Judges 21 

Ruth 4 

I. Samuel 31 

II. Samuel 24 



ISfatthew 28 

Mark IG 

Luke ........ 24 

John 21 

The Acts 28 

The Epistle to the Romans 10 
J. Corinthians . . . .16 



Kings 22 

, Kings 25 

I. Chronicles .... 29 

II. Chronicles .... 36 

Ezra 10 

Nehemiah 13 

Esther 10 

Job 42 

Psalms 150 

Proverbs 31 



Ecclesiastes 12 

The Song of Solomon . 8 

Isaiah 66 

Jeremiah 52 

Lamentations .... 5 

Ezekiel 48 

Daniel 12 

Hosea . . . . . .14 

Joel 3 

Amos 9 



THE BOOKS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT. 



II. Corinthians 
Galatians . . 
Ephesians 
Philippians . 
Colossians . 

I. Thessalonians 

II. Thessalonians 



13 
6 
6 
4 

4 



I. Timothy 6 

II. Timothy 4 

Titus 3 

Philemon 1 

To the Hebrews . . .13 

The Epistle of James . 5 

I. Pcjer 5 



Obadiah 1 

Jonah . . .... 4 

Micah 7 

Nahum 3 

Habakkuk 3 

Zephaniah 3 

Haggai 2 

Zechariah 14 

Malachi 4 

II. Peter 3 

I. John 5 

II. John 1 

HI. John .1 

Jude 1 

Revelation . . . , 22 



[ 9th Ed. ] 



THE FIRST BOOK OF MOSES. 



CALLED 



GENESIS. 



Year before the common Year of Christ, 4004. — 

Cycle of the Moon, 0007.- 



-Julian Period, 0710.- 
— Indiction, 0005. — 



— Cycle of the Sun, 0010. Dominical Letter, B. 

-Creation from Tisri, 0001. 



CHAP. I. 

1 The creation of heaven and earth, 3 of the light, 6 of 
the firmament, 9 of the earth separated from, the 
waters, 11 and made fruitful, 14 of the sun, moon, 
and stars, 20 of fish and fowl, 24 of beasts and 
cattle, 26 of man hi the image of God. 29 Also the 
appointment of food. 

IN the ^beginning ^God created the hea- 
ven and the earth. 

2 And the earth was without form, and 
void ; and darkness was upon the face of the 
deep : "^and the Spirit of God moved upon 
the face of the waters, 

3 IF '^And God said, ^Let there be Hght : 
and there was hght. 

4 And God saw the Hght, that it was 
good : and God divided f the hght from the 
darkness. 

5 And God called the light ^Day, and the 
darkness he called Night : f and the even- 
ing and the morning were the first day. 

6 H And God said, eLet there be a t fir- 
mament in the midst of the waters : and let it 
divide the waters from the waters. 

7 And God made the firmament, ^and 
divided the waters which were under the 
firmament from the waters which were 'above 
the firmament : and it was so. 

8 And God called the firmament Heaven : 
and the evening and the morning were the 
second day. 

9 IT And God said, ''Let the waters under 
the heaven be gathered together unto one 
place, and let the dry land appear : and it 
was so. 

10 And God called the dry land Earth ; 
and the gathering together of the waters called 
he Seas : and God saw that it was good. 

11 And God said. Let the earth 'bring 
forth t grass, the herb yielding seed, a?id the 
fruit-tree yielding ""fruit after his kind, whose 
seed is in itself, upon the earth : and it was 
so. 



Before 

CHRIST 

4004. 



a John 1. 1, 

■2. 

Hebr. 1. 10. 

1) Ph. 8. 3. & 

33. 0. & 89. 

n,12. & 

loe. a.5. & 

]3(). .5. & 
146. 6. 
Isai. 44. 24. 
Jer. 10. 12. 
& .51. 15. 
Zech. 12. 1. 
Acts 14. 15. 
& 17. 24. 
Col. 1.10,17. 
Hebr. 11.3. 
Rev. 4. 11. 
& 10. fi. 
c Ps. 33. 6. 
Tsai. 40. 13, 
14. 

d Ps. 33. 9. 
e 2 for. 4. 0. 
t Heb. he- 
twrin the. 
light and be- 
ticrnt the 
flarkness. 
f Ps. 74. 16. 
& 104. 20. 
t Hcb. and 
the evening 
was, mid t/ie 
morning 
in as. 

£ Job 37. 18. 
Ps. 1.36. 5. 
Jer. 10. 12. 
& SI. 15. 
t Heb. ex- 
pnvsion. 
liProv.8.28. 
i Ps. 148.4. 



k Job 20. 
10. & 38. 8. 
Ps. 33. 7. & 
9.5. 5. & 104. 
9. & 136. 6. 
Prov. 8. 29. 
Jer. .5. 22. 
2 Pet. 3. 5. 



1 Hebr. 6. 7. 

t Heb. ten- 
der grass. 

m Luke 6. 
44. 



Before 

CHRIST 

4004. 



n Deut. 4. 

19. 

Ps. 74. 16. & 

13fi. 7. 
t Heb. be- 
tween the 
day and be- 
tween the 
vight. 

o %. 74. 17. 
& 104. 19. 



p Ps. 136. 7, 
8, 9. & 148. 
3, 5. 

t Heb. for 
the rale of 
the dau. 
q Ps. 8. 3. 
r Job 38. 7. 



s Jer. 31. 
35. 



II Or, creep- 
ing. 

t Heb. soul. 
\ Heb. let 
fowl fly. 
t \h-h./ace 
of the firma- 
ment of hea- 
vnt. 

u ch. fi. 20. 
& 7. 14. & 8. 
19. 
Ps. 104. 26. 



w ch. 8. 17 



12 And the earth brought forth grass, and 
herb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree 
yielding fruit, whose seed was in itself, after 
his kind : and God saw that it was good. 

13 And the evening and the morning were 
the third day. 

14 H And God said. Let there be "hghts 
in the firmament of the heaven, to divide t the 
day from the night; and let them be for signs, 
and "for seasons, and for days, and years. 

15 And let them be for lights in the firma- 
ment of the heaven to give hght upon the 
earth : and it was so. 

16 And God Pmade two great lights ; the 
greater light t to rule the day, and 'J the lesser 
light to rule the night: he made ^ \\\q stars 
also. 

17 And God set them in the firmament of 
the heaven to give light upon the earth, 

18 And to ^rule over the day, and over the 
night, and to divide the light from the dark- 
ness : and God saw that it was good. 

19 And the evening and the morning Avere 
the fourth day. 

20 H And God said, Let the waters bring 
forth abundantly the || moving creature that 
hath t life, and t fowl that may fly above the 
earth in the t open firmament of heaven. 

21 And " God created great whales, and 
every living creature that moveth, which the 
waters brought forth abundantly after their 
kind, and every winged fowl after his kind : 
and God saw that it v)as good. 

22 And God blessed them, saying, "^Be 
fruitful, and multiply, and fill the waters in 
the seas, and let fowl multiply in the earth. 

23 And the evening and the morning were 
the fifth day. 

24 H And God said. Let the earth bring 
forth the living creature after his kind, cattle, 
and creeping thing, and beast of the earth 
after his kind : and it was so. 

3 



The frst sabbath. 

25 And God made the beast of the earth 
after his kind, and cattle after their kind, 
and every thing tiiat creepeth upon the earth 
after liis kind : and God saw that it was good. 

2() H And God said, "Let us make man ni 
our image, after our hkeness : and > let them 
have dominion over the fish of the sea, and 
over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, 
and over all the earth, and over every creep- 
ing thing that creepeth upon the earth. 

^27 So God created man in his own image, 
«in the image of God created he himj ''male 
and female created he them. 

28 And God blessed them, and God said 
unto them, ^Be fruitful, and multiply, and 
replenish the earth, and subdue it : and have 
dominion over the fish of the sea, and over 
the fowl of the air, and over every living 
thing that t moveth upon the earth. 

29 IF And God said. Behold, I have given 
you every herb f bearing seed, which is upon 
the face of all the earth, and every tree, in 
the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed ; 
no you it shall be for meat. 

30 And to ''every beast of the earth, and 
to every '^ fowl of the air, and to every thing 
tiiat creepeth upon the earth, wherein there is 
t life, 1 have given every green herb for 
meat : and it was so. 

31 And 'God saw every thing that he 
had made: and behold, it was very good. 
And the evening and the morning were the 
sixth day. 

CHAP. II. 

1 The first saJjlath. ^Themanner of the creation. 8 The 
plantbig of the garden of Eden, 10 and the river there- 
of. 17 The tree of knowledge only forbiddeji. 19,20 
The naming of the creatures. 21 The making of wo- 
man, and institution of marriage. 

THUS the heavens and the earth were 
finished, and ''all the host of them. 

2 ''And on the seventh day God ended 
his work which he had made ; and he rested 
on the seventh day from all his work which 
he had made. 

3 And God "^blessed the seventh day, and 
sanctified it : because that in it he had rested 
from all his work which God t created and 
made. 

4 IT ''These are the generations of the hea- 
vens and of the earth when they were created, 
in the day that the Lord God made the 
earth and the heavens, 

5 And every ^ plant of the field before it 
was in the earth, and every herb of the field 
before it grew : for the Lord God had not 
•^caused it to rain upon the earth, and there 
was not a man eto till the ground. 

6 But II there went up a mist from the 
earth, and watered the whole face of the 
ground. 



GENESIS. 



Before 

CH RIST 

4004. 



X rh. 5. 1. 
& <J. G. 
I's. 100. 3. 

Eccles. 7.29. 

Acts 17. 20, 
2«, 29. 
1 Cor 11.7. 
Eph. 4. 24. 
Col. 3. 10. 
Jam. 3. 9. 
y cli. 9. 2. 
Fs. 8. ti. 



z 1 Cor. 11. 

7. 

a ch. 5. 2. 
Mai. 2 15. 
Malt. 19. 4. 
Mark 10. 6. 

b ch.9. 1,7. 
Lev. 21). 9. 
IV 127. 3. & 
128. 3, 4. 



+ Heb. creep- 
eth. 



+ Heb. seed- 
ing seed. 



c ch. 9. 3. 
.l(jb 30 31. 
Ps. 104. 11, 
l."). & 130. 
2.').& 140.7. 
Acts 14. 17. 
(I Ps. 14.5. 15, 
16. & 147. 9. 
e Job. 38. 41. 



■ Heb. a 
iving soul. 



f Ps. 104. 24. 
1 Tim. 4. 4. 



a Fa. 33. 6. 

b E.\ofl. 20. 
11.&31. 17. 
Deiil. 5. 14. 
Hebr. 4. 4. 



c Neb. 9. 14. 
Uii. 58. 13. 



t Heb. 
created to 
make. 

H ch. 1. 1. 
Ps. 90. 1,2. 



p ch. 1. 12. 
P«. 104. 14. 



f Job 38. 26, 

27, 28. 

K ch. 3. 23. 

II Or, a mist 
whirh ire lit 
up from, (Sc. 



Before 
CHRIST 

4004. 

tHeb.rfw5«o/ 

the gruuntl. 

h ch. 3. 19, 

23. 

Ps. 103. 14. 

Eccles. 12. 7. 

Isai. 04. 8. 

1 Cor. 15. 47. 
i Job 33. 4. 

Acts 17. 25. 
k ch. 7. 22. 
Isai. 2. 22. 

1 ICor. 15. 
45. 

Ill ch. 13. 10. 
Isai. 51. 3. 
Ezek. 28. 13. 
Joel 2. 3. 
n ch. 3. 24. 
o ch. 4. 1(5. 

2 Kings 19. 
12. 

Ezck. 27. 23. 
p ver. J5. 

q Ezek.31.8. 
r ch. .3. 22. 
Piov.3. 18. 
& 11.30. 
Kpv. 2. 7.& 
22.2, 14. 
8 ver. 17. 



u ch. 25. 18. 



w Numb.ll. 

7. 



t Heb. Cash. 



X Dan. 10.4. 

II Or, east- 
ward to jis- 
syria. 



II Or, Mam. 
y ver. 8. 



t Heb. eat- 
ing Ihnu 
shidt eat. 
z ver. 9. 

a ch. 3. 1, 3, 
11, 17. 

b ch.3.3,19. 
Rom. 0. 23. 
1 Cor. 1.5.56. 
Jam. 1.15. 
1 John 5. 16. 
t Heb. dy- 
ing thou, 
shalt die. 
c ch. 3. 12- 
1 Cor. II. 9. 
ITim. 2. 13. 



t Heb. as 
before him. 
e ch. 1. 20, 
24. 

f Ps. 8. 6. 
Seech. 6. 20. 
II Or, the 
man. 



t Heb. call- 
ed. 



ch. 15. 12. 
Sam. 26. 



12. 



t Heb. 
Iiuihird. 
h Piov. 18. 
22 

ifebr. 13. 4. 
i ch.29. 14. 
Jn.lg. y. 2. 
2 Sam. .5.1. 
& 19 13. 
Ephes.5. 30, 



The garden of Eden* 

7 And the Lord God formed man f of 
the ''dust of the ground, and 'breathed into 
his ''nostrils the breath of life ; and 'man be- 
came a living soul. 

8 H And the Lord God planted ""a garden 
"eastward in "Eden ; and there ^he put the 
man whom he had formed. 

9 And out of the ground made the 
Lord God to grow i every tree that is 
pleasant to the sight, and good for food ; 
nhe tree of life also in the midst of the 
garden, ^and the tree of knowledge of good 
and evil. 

10 H And a river went out of Eden to 
water the garden : and from thence it was 
parted, and became into four heads. 

11 The name of the first is Pison : that 
is it which compasseth " the whole land of 
Havilah, Avhere there is gold ; 

12 And the gold of that land is good : 
^ there is bdellium and the onyx-stone. 

13 And the name of the second river is 
Gihon : the same is it that compasseth the 
whole land of t Ethiopia. 

14 And the name of the third river is 
"" Iliddekel : that is it which goeth || toward 
the east of Assyria. And the fourth river is 
Euphrates. 

15 H And the Lord God took [| the man, 
and yput him into the garden of Eden, to dress 
it, and to keep it. 

16 And the Lord God commanded the 
man, saying, Of every tree of the garden 
t thou mayest freely eat : 

17 ^But of the tree of the knowledge of 
good and evil, ''thou shalt not eat of it : for 
in the day that thou eatest thereof ''t thou 
shalt surely die. 

18 1[ And the Lord God said. It is not 
good that the man should be alone : '=1 will 
make him an help t meet for him. 

19 ^And out of the ground the Lord God 
formed every beast of the field, and every 
fowl of the air, and ^brought them unto 
II Adam to see Avhat he would call them ; and 
whatsoever Adam called every living crea- 
ture, that was the name thereof. 

20 And Adam f gave names to all cattle, 
and to the fowl of the air, and to every beast 
of the field : but for Adam there was not 
found an help meet for him. 

21 1[ And the Lord God caused a »deep 
sleep to fall upon Adam, and he slept ; and 
he took one of his ribs, and closed up the 
flesh instead thereof: 

22 And the rib, which the Lord God had 
taken from man, f made he a Moman, and 
''brought her unto the man. 

23 And Adam said, This is now 'bone of 
my bones, and flesh of my flesh : she shall be 




The serpent deceive th Eve. 



CHAP. Ill, IV. 



called t Woman, because she was ''taken out 
of t man. 

24 'Therefore shall a man leave his father 
and his mother, and shall cleave unto his 
wife : and they shall be one flesh. 

25 ™And they were both naked, the man 
and his wife, and were not "ashamed. 

CHAP. III. 

1 The serpent deceivetk Eve. 6 Mail's shameful fall. 
9 God arraigneth them. 14 The serpent is cursed. 
15 The promised seed. 16 The punishment of man- 
kind. ^\ Their first clothing, 'i.'i Their casting out 
of paradise. 

"TVrOW ''the serpent was ''more subtile than 
-i.^ any beast of the field which the Lord 
God had made : and he said unto the wo- 
man, t Yea, hath God said, Ye shall not eat 
of every tree of the garden ? 

2 And the woman said unto the serpent. 
We may eat of the fruit of the trees of the 
garden : 

3 "^But of the fruit of the tree which is 
in the midst of the garden, God hath said. 
Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye touch 
it, lest ye die. 

4 ''And the serpent said unto the woman. 
Ye shall not surely die : 

5 For God doth know, that in the day ye 
eat thereof, then ""your eyes shall be opened ; 
and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and 
evil. 

6 IFAnd when the woman saw that the tree 
was good for food, and that it was t pleasant 
to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make 
one wise ; she took of the fruit thereof, ''and 
did eat; and gave also unto her husband with 
her, Sand he did eat. 

7 And ''the eyes of them both were opened, 
' and they knew that they were naked : and 
they sewed fig-leaves together, and made 
themselves || aprons. 

8 And they heard ■'the voice of the Lord 
God walking in the garden in the t cool of 
the day : and Adam and his wife 'hid them- 
selves from the presence of the Lord God 
amongst the trees of the garden. 

9 IT And the Lord God called unto Adam, 
and said unto him, Where art thou ? 

10 And he said, I heard thy voice in the 
garden : ">and I was afraid, because I was na- 
ked ; and I hid myself. 

11 And he said. Who told thee that thou 
wast naked ? Hast thou eaten of the tree 
whereof I commanded thee, that thou should- 
est not eat ? 

12 And the man said, "The woman whom 
thou gavest to he with me, she gave me of the 
tree, and J did eat. 

13 And the Lord God said unto the wo- 
man, What rs this that thou hast done? And 



Before 

CHRIST 

4004. 



t Heb. Isha. 

k 1 Cm. 11. 

8. 

t Heb. Ish. 

1 ch. 31.15. 

Ps. 45. 10. 

Mutt. 19. 5. 

Mark 10. 7. 

1 Cor. 6. 16. 

Eph. 5.3, 16. 

m ch. 3. 7, 

10, 11. 

n Exod. 32. 

25. 

Isai. 47. 3. 



a Rev. 12. 9. 

& 20. 2. 

b Matt. 10. 

16. 

2 Cor. 11. 3. 

t Heb. Yea, 
because, &c. 



c ch. 2. 17. 



a ver. 13. 
2 Tor. 11.3. 
1 Tim. 2. 14. 



e ver. 7. 
Acts 26. 18. 



t Heb. a 
desire. 



fl Tim. 2.14. 

g ver. 12,17. 
h ver. 5. 

i ch. 2. 25. 



II Or, things 
1(1 gird 
nhout. 
k Job 38. 1. 

t Heb. wind. 

I Job 31. 33. 
Jer. 23. 24. 
Amos 9. 3. 



m ch. 2. 25. 
E\od. 3. 6. 
1 John 3. 20. 



n rh. 2. 18. 
Job. 31. 3;i. 
rrov.28.13. 



Before 

CHRIST 

4004. 

ver. 4. 

2 Cor. n. 3. 

1 Tim. 2. 14. 
p Exod. 21. 
29, 32. 



g Isai. 65. 25. 
Mic. 7. 17. 
r Matt. 3. 7. 
& 13. 38. & 
23. 33. 
John 8. 44. 
Acts 13. 10. 
] John .3. 8. 
s Ps. 132. 11. 
Isai. 7. 14. 
Mic. 5. 3. 
Matt. 1. 23, 
25. 

Luke 1.31, 
34, 35. 
Gal. 4. 4. 
t Rom. 16. 
20. 

Col. 2. 15. 
Hebr. 2. 14. 
1 John 5. 5. 
Rev. 12. 7, 
17. 

u Ps. 48. 6. 
Isai. 13. 8. 
& 21. 3. 
John 16.21. 

I Tim. 2. 15. 
w ch. 4. 7. 

II Or, sub- 
ject to tky 
hushnnd. 

X 1 Cor. 11. 

3. & 14. 34. 

Ephes. 5. 22, 

23^24. 

1 Tim. 2. 11, 

12. 

Tit. 2. .5. 

1 Pet. 3. 1, 5, 
6. 

y 1 Sam. 15. 

23. 

z ver. 6. 

a ch. 2. 17. 

b Eccles. 1. 

2, 3. 

Isai. 24. ,5, 6. 

Rom. 8. 20. 

c Job 5. 7. 

Eccles. 2. 23. 

d .lob 31. 40. 

t Heb. cause 

to hud. 

e Ps. 104. 

14. 

f Eccles. 1. 

13. 

2 Thess. 3. 
10. 

g ch. 2. 7. 
h Job 21.26. 
& 34. 15. 
Ps. 104. 29. 
Eccles. 3.20. 
& 12. 7. 
Rom. 5. 12. 
Hch. 9. 27. 
t Heb. 
Clnivah. 
II Tliatis, 
living. 

i ver. 5. 

Like Is. 19. 

12. & 47. 12, 

13. 

Jer. 22. 23. 



k ch. 2. 9. 



1 ch. 4. 2. 
& 9. 20. 



m ch. 2. 8. 

n Ps.104.4. 
Ileb. 1. 7. 



4003. 

II Th'at is, 
gottni, or, 
acquired. 



t Heb. 
Hehcl. 
t Heb. 
a feeder. 
a ch. 3. 23. 
&.9. 30. 



Man cast out of Paradise, 

the woman said, "The serpent beguiled me, 
and I did eat. 

14 ^And the Lord God said Punto the 
serpent. Because thou hast done this, thou 
art cursed above all cattle, and above every 
beast of the field : upon thy belly shalt thou 
go, and ^dust shalt thou eat all the days of 
thy life : 

15 And I will put enmity between thee and 
the woman, and between "^thy seed and ^her 
seed : *it shall bruise thy head, and thou 
shalt bruise his heel. 

1 6 Unto the woman he said, I will greatly 
multiply thy sorrow and thy conception ; " in 
sorrow thou shalt bring forth children : ^and 
thy desire shall he || to thy husband, and he 
shall ''rule over thee. 

17 And unto Adam he said, ^Because thou 
hast hearkened unto the voice of thy wife, 
^and hast eaten of the tree ^of which I com- 
manded thee, saying. Thou shalt not eat of 
it : ''cursed is the ground for thy sake ; *=in 
sorrow shalt thou eat of it all the days of thy 
life ; 

18 ''Thorns also and thistles shall it fbring 
forth to thee ; and '^thou shalt eat the herb 
of the field : 

19 '"In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat 
bread, till thou return unto the ground ; for 
out of it wast thou taken : &for dust thou artj 
and ''unto dust shalt thou return. 

20 And Adam called his wife's name 
t II Eve, because she was the mother of all 
living. 

2 1 Unto Adam also and to his wife did the 
Lord God make coats of skins, and clothed 
them. 

22 ITAnd the Lord God said, 'Behold, 
the man is become as one of us, to know good 
and evil : and now, lest he put forth his hand, 
■"and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and 
live for ever: 

23 Therefore the Lord God sent him forth 
from the garden of Eden, 'to till the ground 
from whence he was taken. 

24 So he drove out the man : and he placed 
"'at the east of the garden of Eden "Cheru- 
bims, and a flaming sword which turned every 
way, to keep the way of the tree of life. 

CHAP. IV. 

1 The birth, trade, and religion of Cain and Abel. 8 The 
murder of Abel. 11 The curse of Cain. \1 Enoch the 
first city. 19 Laniech and his two wives. 25 The birth 
of Seth, 26 a7id Enos. 

AND Adam knew Eve his wife ; and she 
conceived, and bare || Cain, and said, I 
have gotten a man from the Lord. 

2 And she again bare his brother t Abel: 
and Abel was ta keeper of sheep, but Cain 
was ''a tiller of the ground. 

5 



Tlie mnrdcr of Ahel. 

3 And t in process of time it came to pass, 
that Cain brought ^o( the fruit of the ground 
an offering unto the Lord. 

4 And Abel, he also brought of nhe first- 
lings of his t tlock, and of the fat thereof. 
And the Lord had •* respect unto Abel, and 
to his offering : 

5 But unto Cain, and to his offering, he had 
not respect : and Cain was very wroth, ^ and 
his countenance fell. 

6 And the Lord said unto Cain, Why 
art thou wroth? and why is thy countenance 
fallen / 

7 If thou docst well, shalt thou not || be 
accepted ? and if thou doest not well, sin li- 
eth at the door: and || unto thee shall be his 
desire, and thou shalt rule over him. 

8 And Cain talked with Abel his brother : 
and it came to pass when they were in the 
field, that Cain rose up against Abel his bro- 
ther, and 'slew him. 

Dif And the Lord said unto Cain, & Where 
is Abel thy brother ? And he said, ''I know 
not : Am I my brother's keeper ? 

10 And he said. What hast thou done ? 
the voice of thy brother's f blood 'crieth unto 
me-from the ground. 

11 And now art thou cursed from the 
earth, which hath opened her mouth to re- 
ceive thy brother's blood from thy hand. 

12 When thou tillest the ground, it shall 
not henceforth yield unto thee her strength : 
A fugitive and a vagabond shalt thou be in 
the earth. 

13 And Cain said unto the Lord, |1 My 
piyiislyifient is greater than I can bear. 

14 jp3ehold, thou hast driven me out this 
day from the face of the earth ; and ' from thy 
face shall I be hid ; and I shall be a fugitive 
anil a vfigabond in the earth ; and it shall 
come to pass, '" that every one that findeth me 
shall slay me. 

15 And the Lord said unto him. There- 
fore whosoever slayeth Cain, vengeance shall 
be taken on him "seven-fold. And the Lord 
° set a mark upon Cain, lest any finding him 
should kill hijn. 

1611 And Cain Pwent out from the presence 
of the Lord, and dwelt in the land of Nod, 
on the east of Eden. 

17 And Cain knew^ his wife, and she con- 
ceived, and bare f Enoch : and he builded a 
city, land called the name of the city after 
the name of his son, Enoch. 

18 And unto Enoch was born Trad : and 
Irad begat Mehujael : and Mehujael begat 
Methusael : and Methusael begat fLamech. 

19 HAnd Lamech took unto him two 
wives : the name of the one was Adah, and 
the name of the other Zillah. 



GENESIS. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


4003. 


about 3875. 


t Heb. at the 




Old of daijs. 




b Num.lB. 




12. 




c Num. 18. 
17. 


r Rom. 4. 11, 


I'rov. 3. 9. 


t Heb. 




sheep, or, 




goats. 

a Heb. 11. 4. 








t Heb. 




wketlcr. 


e ch. 31. 2. 






II Or. T 




would slay a 


II Or, 


man in my 


karc the ex- 


wound, &c. 


c.tllenai. 


II Or, in my 


Heb. 11. 4. 


hurt. 


II Or, svhject 


s ver. 15. 


unto tlue. 




ch. 3. 16. 




about 3875. 






3874. 




t ch. 5. 3. 




tHeb. Shclh. 
11 That is, 
appointed. 








or, put. 


fMat».23 .?5. 


3769. 


1 John 3. 12. 


u ch. 5. 6. 


Jude 11. 




g I's.9.12. 
h John 8.44. 


t Heb. 
Enosh. 




1 Or, to call 
themselves 






by the name 




of the Lord. 


t Hch. 

bloods. 

i Heb. 12.24. 

Eev.6.10. 


w 1 Kings 
18. 24. 
Ps. 116. 17. 
Joel 2. 32. 
Zeph. 3. 9. 
1 Cor. 1. 2. 






4004. 




a 1 Chron. 




1.1. 




Luke 3. 30. 




b ch. 1. 26. 




Ephes. 4. 24. 




Col. 3. 10. 




c ch. 1. 27. 


II Or, Mine 




iniqvihi is 




grvntrr than 




that it may 


3874. 


be foreinen. 




k Job 15. 




20—24. 




1 Ps.51.11. 


d ch. 4. 25. 




e 1 Chron. 




1. 1, &c. 




f ch. 1. 28. 


m rli. 9.6. 




Num. 35. 




19, 21, 27. 






g ch. 3. 19. 
Hebr. 9. 27. 






3769. 


nPs.79.12. 


h ch. 4. 26. 


o Ezek.9.4, 




0. 


' 


n 2 Kings 13. 
23. &. 24. 20. 






Jer.2;J.39. 




&52.3. 




about 3875. 


3679. 


t Hob. 


t Hob. 


Chanorh. 


Kenan. 


a 1*9.49.11. 




4» 




t Heb. 




Leuiech. 






3609. 




tRr. 




Malelecl. 



The genealogy of the -patriccrchs, 

20 And Adah bare Jabal : he was the fa- 
ther of such as dwell in tents, and of such as 
have cattle. 

21 And his brother's name was Jubal: he 
was the ' father of all such as handle the harp 
and organ. 

22 And Zillah, she also bare Tubal-cam, 
an t instructor of every artificer in brass and 
iron : and the sister of Tubal-cain was Naa- 
mah. 

23 And Lamech said unto his wives, Adah 
and Zillah, Hear my voice, ye wives of La- 
mech, hearken unto my speech: for || I have 
slain a man to my wounding, and a young 
man || to my hurt. 

24 ^ If Cain shall be avenged seven-fold, 
truly Lamech seventy and seven-fold. 

25 IT And Adam knew his wife again, and 
she bare a son, and ^called his name tH Seth : 
For God, said she, hath appointed me ano- 
ther seed instead of Abel, whom Cain slew. 

26 And to Seth, "to him also there was 
born a son ; and he called his name t Enos : 
then began men H'^to call upon the name of 
the Lord. 

CHAP. V. 

1 The genealogy, age, and death of the patriarchs ^rom 
Adam unto Noah. 24 The godliness and translation 
of Enoch. 

THIS is the ^book of the generations of 
Adam : In the day that God created 
man, in ''the likeness of God made he him : 

2 *^Male and female created he them; and 
blessed them, and called their name Adam, 
in the day when they were created. 

3 And Adam lived an hundred and thirty 
years, and begat a son in his own likeness, 
after his image ; and ''called his name Seth: 

4 ''And the days of Adam after he had be- 
gotten Seth were eight hundred years : ^and 
he begat sons and daughters : 

5 And all the days that Adam lived were 
nine hundred and thirty years: ^andhedied. 

6 And Seth lived an hundred and five 
years, and ''begat Enos : 

7 And Seth lived after he begat Enos 
eight hundred and seven years, and begat 
sons and daughters : 

8 And all the days of Seth were nine 
hundred and twelve years; and he died. 

9 IT And Enos lived ninety years, and be- 
gat t Cainan : 

10 And Enos lived after he begat Cainan 
eight hundred and fifteen years, and begat 
sons and daughters : 

11 And all the days of Enos were nine 
hundred and five years ; and he died. 

12 IF And Cainan lived seventy years, and 
begat fMahalaleel : 

13 And Cainan lived after he begat Maha- 

6 



Tlie translation of Enoch. 

laleel eight hundred and forty years, and be- 
gat sons and daughters : 

14 And all the days of Cainan were nine 
hundred and ten years ; and he died. 

15 IT And Mahalaleel lived sixty and five 
years, and begat t Jared : 

16 And Mahalaleel lived after he begat 
Jared eight hundred and thirty years, and 
begat sons and daughters : 

17 And all the days of Mahalaleel were 
eight hundred ninety and five years ; and he 
died. 

18 U And Jared lived an hundted sixty 
and two years, and he begat ' Enoch : 

19 And Jared lived after he begat Enoch 
eight hundred years, and begat sons and 
daughters : 

20 And all the days of Jared were nine 
hundred sixty and two years ; and he died. 

21 II And Enoch lived sixty and five years, 
and begat t Methuselah : 

22 And Enoch ^ walked with God after 
he begat Methuselah three hundred years, 
and begat sons and daughters : 

23 And all the days of Enoch were three 
hundred sixty and five years : 

24 And • Enoch walked with God, and 
he was not : for God took him. 

25 And Methuselah lived an hundred 
eighty and seven years, and begat t Lamech : 

26 And Methuselah lived after he begat 
Lamech seven hundred eighty and two years, 
and begat sons and daughters : 

27 And all the days of Methuselah were 
nine hundred sixty and nine years; and he died. 

28 II And Lamech lived an hundred eighty 
and two years, and begat a son : 

29 And he called his name t||Noah, say- 
ing, This same shall comfort us concerning 
our work and toil of our hands, because of 
the ground "" which the Lord hath cursed. 

30 And Lamech lived after he begat 
Noah five hundred ninety and five years, and 
begat sons and daughters : 

31 And all the days of Lamech were 
seven hundred seventy and seven years : and 
he died. 

32 HAnd Noah was five hundred years 
old: and Noah begat "Shem, Ham, °and 
Japheth, 

CHAP. VL 

1 The wickedness of the world, which pro voiced God's 
wrath, and caiised the flood. 8 Noahfindeth grace. 
14 The order, form, and end of the ark. 

AND it came to pass, '^when men began to 
multiply on the face of the earth, and 
daughters were born unto them, 

2 That the sons of God saw the daughters 
of men that they were fair ; and they ''took 
them wives of all which they chose. 



CHAP. VL 



Before 

CHRIST 

3r,09. 



3544. 

\ Heb. 
Jercd. 



3382. 

i Jude 14, 
15. 



3317. 

tGr. 

Jllat/iusata. 

k ch. 6. 9.& 

17. 1. & 24. 

40. 

2 Kings 20. 

3. 

Ps. 16. 8. & 

1)0. !). & 

128. 1. 

Mic. f>. 8. 

Mai. 2. (5. 



1 2 Kings 2. 

11. 

Hebr. 11. 5. 



3130. 

t Heb. 
Lemech. 



2948. 



t Or. JVfff. 
Luke 3. 36. 
Hebr. 11. 7. 

I Pet. 3. 20. 

II That is, 
rest, 01, com- 
fort. 

m ch. 3. 17. 
& 4. 11. 



2353. 



2448. 

n ch. 6. 10. 
o ch. 10. 21. 



a ch. 1. 28. 



Before 
CHRIST 

2448. 

c Gal. 5. 16, 
17. 

1 Pet. 3. 19, 
20. 

d Ps. 78. 39. 
2469. 



II Or, the 
wliole ima- 

fination : 
'lie Hebrew 
word sigiii- 
fietli not 
only tlic ima- 

f illation, 
ut also the 
purposes 
and desires. 
e ch. 8. 21. 
Deut. 29. 19. 
Prov. 6. 18. 
Matt. 15. 19. 

t Heb. 
every day, 

2448. 
f See Numb. 
23. 19. 

1 Sam. 15. 
11 "9 

,2 Sam'. 24. 

Mai. 3. 6. 
Jam. 1. 17. 
g Isai. 63.10. 
Eph. 4. 30. 
t Heb. 
from man 
unto beast. 
h ch. 19. 19. 
E.\od.33.12, 
13, 16, 17. 
Luke 1. 30. 
Acts 7. 46. 
i cii. 7. 1. 
Ezek. 14. 14, 
20. 

Rom. 1. 17. 
Hebr. 11. 7. 

2 Pet 2. 5. 



II Or, 
vpright. 
k ch. 5. 22. 

I ch. 5. 32. 
m ch. 7. 1. 
& 10.9. & 
13. 13. 
2Cliron. 34. 
27. 

Luke 1. 6. 
Rom. 2. 13. 
& 3. 19. 
n Ezek. 8. 
17. & 28. 16. 
Hab.2.8, 17. 

ch. 18.21. 
Ps. 14.2.& 
33. 13, 14. & 
53. 2, 3. 

P Jer.51.13. 
Ezek. 7. 2, 
3,6. 
Amos 8. 2. 

1 Pet. 4. 7. 
q ver. 17. 

II Or, from 
the earth. 

t Heb. nests 



b Deut. 7. 3, 
4. 



r ver. 13. 
ch. 7. 4. 21, 
22, 23. 
2 Pet. 2. 5. 



«_ch. 7. 1, 7, 

1 Pet. 3.20. 
3 Pet. 2 5. 



The wickedness of the world. 

3 And the Lord said, <= My Spirit shall 
not always strive with man, <^for that he also 
is flesh : yet his days shall be an hundred 
and twenty years. 

4 There were giants in the earth in those 
days ; and also after that, when the sons of 
God came in unto the daughters of men, and 
they bare children to them : the same became 
mighty men, which were of old, men of re- 
nown. 

5 llAnd God saw that the wickedness of 
man was great in the earth, and that || every 
''imagination of the thoughts of his heart was 
only evil t continually. 

6 And ^it repented the Lord that he had 
made man on the earth, and it ^ grieved him 
at his heart. 

7 And the Lord said, I will destroy man 
whom I have created from the face of the 
earth ; t tioth man and beast, and the creep- 
ing thing, and the fowls of the !wr ; for it re- 
penteth me that I have made them. 

8 But Noah ''found grace in the eyes of 
the Lord. 

9 H These are the generations of Noah : 
'Noah was a just man, and || perfect in his 
generations, and Noah ''walked with God. 

10 And Noah begat three sons, 'Shem, 
Ham, and Japheth. 

1 1 The earth also was corrupt ""before G od ; 
and the earth was "filled with violence. 

12 And God "looked upon the earth, and 
behold, it was corrupt : for all flesh had cor- 
rupted his way upon the earth. ^ . 

13 And God said unto Noah^PThe end 
of all flesh is come befqi'e rne^; for the 
earth is filled with violence through them : 
1 and behold, I will destroy them [jwith the 
earth. 

14 H Make thee an ark of gopher-wood : 
t rooms shalt thou make in the ark, and 
shalt pitch it within and without with 
pitch. 

15 And this is the fashion which thou 
shalt make it of: The length of the ark 
shall he three hundred cubits, the breadth 
of it fifty cubits, and the height of it thirty 
cubits. 

16 A window shalt thou make to the ark, 
and in a cubit shalt thou finish it above ; and 
the door of the ark shalt thou set in the side 
thereof; with lower, second, and third stories 
shalt thou niake it. 

17 ""And behold, I, even I, do bring a 
flood of waters upon the earth, to destroy 
all flesh, wherein is the breath of life, from 
under heaven : and every thing that is in the 
earth shall die. 

18 But with thee will I establish my co- 
venant : and Hhou shalt come into the ark, 

7 



.^ 



Noah, (^-c. enter the ark, 

thou, and thy sons, and thy wife, and thy 
sons' wives with thee. 

19 And of every hving thing of all flesh, 
Hwo of every sort shalt thou bring into the 
ark, to keep them alive with thee : they shall 
be male and female. 

20 Of fowls after their kind, and of cattle 
after their kind, of every creeping thing of 
the earth after his kind ; two of every sort 
"shall come unto thee, to keep them alive. 

21 And take thou unto thee of all food 
that is eaten, and thou shalt gather it to 
thee ; and it shall be for food for thee, and 
for them. 

22 ^^Thus did Noah; 'according to all 
that God commanded him, so did he. 

CHAP. VII. 



GENESIS. 



g creatures, enter 



1 Noah, with his family, and the livin 

into the ark. 17 The hegin7iing,i7icrcase, and conti- 
nuance ofthejlood. 

AND the Lord said unto Noah, ^Come 
thou and all thy house into the ark : for 
Hhee have I seen righteous before me in this 
generation. 

2 Of every «^clean beast thou shalt take to 
thee by t sevens, the male and his female : 
^and of beasts that are not clean by two, the 
male and Iiis female. 

3 Of fowls also of the air by sevens, the 
male and the female ; to keep seed alive upon 
the face of all the earth. 

4 For yet seven days, and I will cause it 
to rain upon the earth '"forty days and forty 
nights : and every living substance that I 
have made will I fdestroy from off the face 
of the earth. 

5 '"And Noah did according unto all that 
the Lord commanded him. 

G And Noah was six hundred years old 
when the flood of waters was upon the earth. 

7 1T=And Noah went in, and his sons, and 
his wife, and his sons' wives with him, into 
the ark, because of the waters of the flood. 

8 Of clean beasts, and of beasts that are 
not clean, and of fowls, and of every thing 
that creepeth upon the earth, 

9 There went in two and two unto Noah 
into the ark, the male and the female, as God 
had commanded Noah. 

10 And it came to pass, || after seven days, 
that the waters of the flood were upon the 
earth. 

IIIF In the six hundredth year of Noah's 
life, in the second month, the seventeenth 
day of the month, the same day were all ''the 
fountains of the great deep broken up, and 
the ll'windows of heaven were opened. 

12 ''And the rain was upon the earth forty 
days and forty nights. 



Before 
CHRIST 

2448. 



t ch. 7. 8, y, 
15, 16. 



II ch. 7. 9, 15. 
Seech. 2. 19. 



w Hcbr. 11. 

7. 

See Kxocl. 

40. 1(5. 

X cli. 7. 5, 9, 

16. 



2.'?49. 
n ver. 7, iX 
Matt. 24, 38. 
Luke 17.26. 
Hohr. 11.7. 

1 Pel. :t. 20. 

2 Pet. 2. 5. 
b ch.6.9. 
Ps. 33. 18, 
19. 

Prov. 10. 9. 
2 Pet. 2. 9. 
c ver. 8. 
Lev. ch.ll. 
t }\eh. seven 
seven. 

(1 Lev. 10.10. 
Ezck.44.23. 



e ver. 12, 17. 



t Heb. blot 
out. 



f ch. 6. 22. 
2349. 

g ver. 1. 



II Or, on 
the seventh 
day. 



h ch. 8 2. 
Prov. 8. 28. 
Ezck. 26. 19. 



II Ox, flood- 
gates. 

1 ch. 1. 7. & 
8.2. 

Ps. 78. 23. 
k ver. 4. 17. 



Before 

CHRIST 

2349. 

1 ver. 1,7. 
ch. 6. 18. 
Hebr. 11.7. 

1 Pet. 3. 20. 

2 Pet. 2. 5. 
m ver. 2, 3, 
8,9. 



^ Reh.wing. 
n ch. 6. 20. 



o ver. 2, 3. 



p ver. 4, 12. 



qPs.104.26, 



r Ps. 104.6. 
Jer. 3. 23. 



B ch. 6. 13, 
17. 

ver. 4. 
.Job 22. 16. 
Matt. 24. 39. 
Luke 17. 27. 
2 Pet. 3. 6. 



t oh. 2. 7. 
t Heb. the 
brcatli of the 
■ipirit vf 
life. 



Ill Pet. 3. 20. 
2 Pet. 2. 5. & 
3. 0. 



w ch. 8. 3. 
&ch. 8.4. 
compared 
with ver. 11. 
of this chap. 



a cb. 19. 29. 
Exod. 2.24. 
1 Sam. 1. 19. 

b Exod. 14. 
21. 



c ch.7.U. 
d Job 38. 37. 



t Heb. in 
going and 
retilming. 
e ch. 7. !M. 



Tlie beginning of thejlood. 

13 In the self-same day 'entered Noah, and 
Shem, and Ham, and Japheth, the sons of 
Noah, and Noah's wife, and the three wives 
of his sons with them, into the ark : 

14 '"They, and every beast after his kind, 
and all the cattle after their kind, and every 
creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth 
after his kind, and every fowl after his kind, 
every bird of every fsort. 

15 And they "went in unto Noah into the 
ark, two and two of all flesh, wherein is the 
breath of life. 

16 And they that went in, went in male 
and female of all flesh, °as God had com- 
manded him : and the Lord shut him in. 

17 pAnd the flood was forty days upon the 
earth : and the waters increased, and bare up 
the ark, and it was lift up above the earth, 

18 And the waters prevailed, and were in- 
creased greatly upon the earth: land the ark 
went upon the face of the waters. 

19 And the waters prevailed exceedingly 
upon the earth: "^and all the high hills that 
were under the whole heaven were covered. 

20 Fifteen cubits upward did the waters 
prevail : and the mountains were covered. 

21 ^ And all flesh died that moved upon 
the earth, both of fowl, and of cattle, and of 
beast, and of every creeping thing that'creep- 
eth upon the earth, and every man : 

22 All in Hvhose nostrils was fthe breath 
of life, of all that was in the dry land, 
died, 

23 And every living substance was de- 
stroyedwhich was upon the face of the ground, 
both man, and cattle, and the creeping things, 
and the fowl of the heaven ; and they w ere 
destroyed from the earth ; and "Noah only 
remained alive, and they that were with him 
in the ark. 

24 ^ And the waters prevailed upon the 
earth an hundred and fifty days, 

CHAP, VIII, 

1 The waters assuage. 4 The ark restetk on Ararat. 
7 The raven and the dove. 15 Noah, being command- 
ed, 18 goeth forth of the ark. 20 He Mtildeth an 
altar, and offer eth sacrifice, 21 which God accepteth^ 
and promiseth to curse the earth no more. 

AND God '^remembered Noah, and every 
living thing, and all the cattle that 
was with him in the ark : ''and God made a 
wind to pass over the earth, and the waters 
assuaged. 

2 <=The fountains also of the deep, and the 
windows of heaven were stopped, and ''the 
rain from heaven was restrained. 

3 And the waters returned from ofi* the 
earth fcontinually : and after the end ^of 
the hundred and fifty days the waters were 
abated. 

8 



Jlie waters assuage, 

4 HAnd the ark rested in the seventh month, 
on the seventeenth day of the month, upon 
the mountains of Ararat, 

5 And the waters fdecreased continually, 
until the tenth month : in the tenth month, on 
the first day of the month, were the tops of 
the mountains seen, 

6 IF And it came to pass at the end of forty 
days, that Noah opened ^the window of the 
ark which he had made : 

7 And he sent forth a raven, which went 
forth fto and fro, until the waters were dried 
up from off the earth. 

8 Also he sent forth a dove from him, to 
see if the waters were abated from off the 
face of the ground. 

9 But the dove found no rest for the sole 
of her foot, and she returned unto him into 
the ark; for the waters were on the face of 
the whole earth. Then he put forth his hand, 
and took her, and t pulled her in unto him 
into the ark. 

10 And he stayed yet other seven days ; 
and again he sent forth the dove out of the 
ark. 

11 And the dove came in to him in the 
evening, and lo, in her mouth was an olive- 
leaf pluckt off. So Noah knew that the wa- 
ters were abated from off the earth. 

12 And he stayed yet other seven days, 
and sent forth the dove ; which returned not 
again unto him any more. 

13 H And it came to pass in the six hun- 
dredth and first year, in the first month, the 
first day of the month, the waters were dried 
up from off the earth : and Noah removed the 
covering of the ark, and looked, and behold, 
the face of the ground was dry. 

14 And in the second month, on the seven 
and twentieth day of the month, was the 
earth dried. 

15 IT And God spake unto Noah, saying, 

1 6 Go forth of the ark, s thou, and thy wife, 
and thy sons, and thy sons' wives with thee. 

17 Bring forth with thee ''every living thing 
that is with thee, of all flesh, both of fowl, 
and of cattle, and of every creeping thing that 
creepeth upon the earth; that they may breed 
abundantly in the earth, and 'be fruitful, and 
multiply upon the earth. 

18 And Noah went forth, and his sons, and 
his wife, and his sons' wives with him : 

19 Every beast, every creeping thing, and 
every fowl, and whatsoever creepeth upon 
the earth, after their t kinds, went forth out 
of the ark, 

20 IT And Noah builded an altar unto the 
Lord, and took of ^^ every clean beast, and of 
every clean fowl, and offered burnt-offerings 
on the altar. 

B 



CHAP. IX. 



Before 

CHRIST 

2349. 



t Heb. 
were in ffo- 
ing and de- 
creasing. 



f cl). 6. IG. 



t Heb. 
in poivg 
ftirtk and 
returning. 



t Heb. 

caused her 
to come. 



2348. 



g ch. 7. 13. 



h ch. 7. 15. 



ch. 1. 22. 



t Heb. 
families. 



k Lev. ch. 
11. 



Before 

CHRIST 

2348. 



1 Lev. 1. 9. 
Ezek.20.41. 

2 Cor. 2. 1.5. 
Ephes. 5. 2. 
t Heb. a sa- 
vour of rest. 
m ch.3.17. 
& 6. 17. 

II Or, 
though. 
n ch. 6. 5. 
Job 14. 4. & 
15. 14. 
Ps. 51.5. 
.Icr. 17. 9. 
Matt. 15. 19. 
Rom. 1. 21. 
& 3. 23. 
o ch.9.11, 
15. 

p Isai. 54. 8. 
t Heb. Jis 
yet ail the 
dni/s of the 
earth. 
Jer.33.20, 



hi' 



a ch. 1. 28. 
ver. 7, 19. 
ch. 10. 32. 



b ch. 1. 28. 
Hos. 2. 18. 



c Deut. 12. 

15. & 14. 3, 

9,11. 

Acts 10. 12, 

13. 

d Ph. 1. 29. 

e Rom. 14. 

14, 20. 

1 Cor. 10. 23, 

26. 

Col. 2. 16. 

1 Tim. 4. 3, 

4. 

f Lev. 17. 10, 

11, 14. & 
19. 26. 
Deut. 12. 23. 
1 Sam. 14. 
34. 

Acts 15. 20, 

29. 

g Exod. 21. 

28. 

h ch.4.9, 10. 

Ps. 9. 12. 

i Acts 17.26. 

k Exod. 21. 

12, 14. 
Lev. 24. 17, 
Matt. 26. .52. 
Rev. 13. 10. 
1 ch. 1. 27. 
m ver. 1. 19. 
&ch. 1.28. 



n ch. 6. 18. 
o Isai. 54. 9. 



p Ps. 145. 9. 



q Isai. 54. 9. 



r cli. 17. 11. 



a Rev. 4. 3. 



God^s covenant with Noah, 

21 And the Lord smelled 'a fsweet sa- 
vour ; and the Lord said in his heart, I will 
not again '" curse the ground any more for 
man's sake ; || for the "imagination of man's 
heart is evil from his youth : ° neither will I 
again smite any more every thing living, as 
I have done. 

22 Pf While the earth remaineth, seed-time 
and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer 
and winter, and i day and night, shall not 
cease, 

CHAP. IX. 

1 God blesseth Noah. 4 Blood and murder are foroia- 
den. 8 God's covenant, 13 signified by the rainbow. 
18 Noah replenisheth the wo7'ld, 20 planieth a vine- 
yard, 21 is drunken, and mocked of his son, 25 cvrselh 
Canaan, 26 blesseth Shem, 27 prayeth for Japhelh, 
29 and dieth. 

AND God blessed Noah and his sons, and 
said unto them, ^ Be fruitful, and multi- 
ply, and replenish the earth. 

2 ''And the fear of you, and the dread of 
you, shall be upon every beast of the earth, 
and upon every fowl of the air, upon all that 
moveth upon the earth, and upon all the 
fishes of the sea ; into your hand are they 
delivered. 

3 •= Every moving thing that liveth shall be 
meat for you ; even as the "^green herb have 
I given you ®all things. 

4 '"But flesh with the life thereof, which is 
the blood thereof, shall ye not eat. 

5 And surely your blood of your lives will 
I require : ?at the hand of every beast will I 
require it, and ''at the hand of man ; at the 
hand of every 'man's brother will I require 
the life of man. 

6 ''Whoso sheddeth man's blood, by man 
shall his blood be shed : ' for in the image of 
God made he man. 

7 And you, "'be ye fruitful, and multiply ; 
bring forth abundantly in the earth, and mul- 
tiply therein. 

8 If And God spake unto Noah, and to his 
sons with him, saying, 

9 And I, "behold, I establish °my covenant 
with you, and with your seed after you ; 

10 PAnd with every living creature that is 
with you, of the fowl, of the cattle, and of 
every beast of the earth with you, from all 
that go out of the ark, to every beast of the 
earth. 

11 And il will establish my covenant with 
you ; neither shall all flesh be cut off any 
more by the waters of a flood ; neither shall 
there anymore be a flood to destroy the earth. 

12 And God said, ""This is the token of 
the covenant which I make between me and 
you, and every living creature that is with 
you, for perpetual generations. 

13 I do set^mv bow in the cloud, and it 

9 



The curse upon Canaan. 

shall be for a token of a covenant between 
me and the earth. 

14 And it shall come to pass, when I 
brino; a cloud over the earth, that the bow 
shall be seen in the cloud : 

15 And "I vv ill remember my covenant, 
which is between me and you, and every living 
creature of all flesh ; and the waters shall no 
more become a flood to destroy all flesh. 

16 And the bow shah be in the cloud ; 
and I will look upon it, that I may remem- 
ber'^ the everlasting covenant between God 
and every living creature of all flesh that is 
upon the earth. 

17 And God said unto Noah, This is the 
token of the covenant which I have estab- 
lished between me and all flesh that is upon 
the earth, 

18 IT And the sons of Noah that went 
forth of the ark, were Shem, and Ham, and 
Japheth : "" and Ham is the father of f Ca- 
naan. 

19 y These are the three sons of Noah : 
^and of them was the whole earth overspread. 

— -^ 20 And Noah began to he '^ a. husband- 

man, and he planted a vineyard : 

21 And he drank of the wine, ^and was 
drunken ; and he was uncovered within his 
tent. 
? 22 And Ham, the father of Canaan, saw 

the nakedness of his father, and told his two 
brethren without. 

23 "^And Shem and Japheth took a gar- 
ment, and laid it upon both their shoulders, 
and went backward, and covered the naked- 
ness of their father : and their faces were 
backward, and they saw not their father's 
nakedness. 

24 And Noah awoke from his wine, and 
knew what his younger son had done unto 
him. 

25 And he said, ^ Cursed le Canaan ; ^ a ser- 
vant of servants shall he be unto his brethren. 

26 And he said, ^ Blessed he the Lord 
God of Shem ; and Canaan shall be || his 
servant. 

27 God shall || enlarge Japheth, ?and he 
shall dwell in the tents of Shem ; and Canaan 
shall be his servant. 

28 HAnd Noah lived after the flood three 
hundred and fifty years. 

29 And all the days of Noah were nine 
hundred and fifty years : and he died. 

CHAP. X. 

1 The generations of Noah. 2 The sons of Japheth. 
6 The sons of Ham. 8 Nimrod the first monarch. 
21 The sons of Shem. 

1^ OW these are the generations of the 

J-1 sons of Noah ; Shem, Ham, and Japheth : 

^and unto them were sons born after the flood. 



GENESIS. 



Before 
CHRIST 

2548. 



u Exod. 28. 

\-2. 

I,ev. 26. 42, 

45. 

Ezek. 16.60. 



w ch. 17.13, 
19. 



2347. 



X ch. 10. 6. 
t Hel). 
Chenaan. 

y ch. 5. 32. 

z ch. 10. 32. 
1 Chron. 1. 
4, &c. 
a ell. 3. 19, 
23. & 4. 2. 
I'rov. 12. 11. 

bProv.20.1. 
1 Cor. 10. 12. 



c Exoil. 20. 
12. 
Gal. 6. 1. 



(I Deut. 27. 

IG. 

e .Tosh. 9. 23. 

I Kings 9. 
2(). 21. 

f Ps. 144. 1.5. 
HibT. 11. 1(5. 

II Or, 

servant to 
them. 

II Or, 
pcrsiianr. 
g Epli.2.13, 
14, & 3. 6. 



199S. 



a ch. 9. 1, 7, 
19. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1998. 

b 1 Chron. 
1. 5, &c. 



II Or, as 
some read it, 
Jior/anim. 
c Ps. 72. 10. 
Jer. 2. 10. & 
25.22. 
Zeph. 2. 11. 



d 1 Chron. 1. 

8, &c. 



about 2218. 



n Jer. Ifi. 16. 

Mic. 7. 2. 
t ch. 6. 11. 



g Mic. 5. 6. 

t Or. 
Babylon. 



II Or, he 
wrntont\nXo 
.^ssi/ria. 
II Or, t/in 
streets of the 
city. 



h 1 Chron. 
1.12. 



t Hrb. 
Tiidon. 



i ch. 13. 12, 
14, 15, 17. 
&. 15. 18— 
21. 
Numb. 34. 

O JO 

.1osbTl2.7,8. 
t Hob. 
Allah 



Ic 1 Chron. 1 
17, &c. 

t Heb. 
Arpaclishad, 



t Heb. 
Shrlah. 
1 ch. 11. 12. 
m 1 Chron. 
1. 19. 
2rM7. 



The ge?ieratio?is of Noah, 

2 ''The sons of Japheth; Gomer, and 
Magog, and Madai, and Javan, and Tubal, 
and Meshech, and Tiras. 

3 And the sons of Gomer; Ashkenaz, and 
Riphath, and Togarmah. 

4 And the sons of Javan ; Elishah, and 
Tarshish, Kittim, and ||Dodanim. 

5 By these were ^the isles of the Gentiles 
divided in their lands ; every one after his 
tongue, after their families, in their nations. 

6 IF •^ And the sons of Ham ; Cush, and 
Mizraim, and Phut, and Canaan. 

7 And the sons of Cush ; Seba, and Havi- 
lah, and Sabtah, and Raamah, and Sabte- 
cha ; and the sons of Raamah ; Sheba, and 
Dedan. 

8 And Cush begat Nimrod : he began to 
be a mighty one in the earth. 

9 He was a mighty ^hunter ''before the 
Lord : wherefore it is said. Even as Nimrod 
the mighty hunter before the Lord. 

10 ^And the beginning of his kingdom was 
tBabel, and Erech, and Accad, and Calneh, 
in the land of Shinar. 

11 Out of that land ||went forth Asshur, 
and builded Nineveh, and ||the city Reho- 
both, and Calah, 

12 And Resen between Nineveh and Ca- 
lah : the same is a great city. 

13 And Mizraim begat Ludim, and Ana- 
mim, and Lehabim, and Naphtuhim, 

14 And Pathrusim, and CasluhimjC'outof 
whom came Philistim,) and Caphtorim, 

15 1[And Canaan begat tSidon his first- 
born, and Heth, 

16 And the Jebusite, and the Amorite, and 
the Girgasite, 

17 And the Hivite, and the Arkite, and 
the Sinite, 

18 And the Arvadite, and the Zemarite, 
and the Hamathite : and afterward were the 
families of the Canaanites spread abroad. 

19 ' And the border of the Canaanites was 
from Sidon, as thou comest to Gerar, unto 
tGaza ; as thou goest unto Sodom and Go- 
morrah, and Admah, and Zeboim, even unto 
Lasha. 

20 These are the sons of Ham, after their 
families, after their tongues, in their coun- 
tries, and in their nations. 

21 ^ Unto Shem also, the father of all the 
children of Eber, the brother of Japheth the 
elder, even to him were children born. 

22 The ''children of Shem ; Elam, and As- 
shur, and fArphaxad, and Lud, and Aram. 

23 And the children of Aram ; Uz, and 
Hul, and Gether, and Mash. 

24 And Arphaxad begat f' Salah ; and Sa- 
lah begat Eber. 

25 '"And unto Eber were born two sons : 

10 



The building of Babel, 

the name of one was \\ Peleg, for in his days 
was the earth divided ; and his brother's name 
was Joktan. 

26 And Joktan begat Almodad, and She- 
leph, and Hazarmaveth, and Jerah, 

27 And Hadoram, and Uzal, and Diklah, 

28 And Obal, and Abimael, and Sheba, 

29 And Ophir, and Havilah, and Jobab : 
all these were the sons of Joktan. 

30 And their dweUing was from Mesha, as 
thou goest unto Sephar, a mount of the east. 

31 These are the sons of Shem, after 
their families, after their tongues, in their 
lands, after their nations. 

32 'I These are the families of the sons of 
Noah, after their generations, in their nations : 
"and by these were the nations divided in the 
earth after the flood. 

CHAP. XI. 

I One language in the world. 3 The building of Babel. 
5 The confusion of tongues. 10 The generations of 
Shem. 27 The generations of Terah the father of 
Abram. 31 Terah goeth from Ur to Hara7i. 

AND the whole earth was of one t lan- 
guage, and of one t speech. 

2 And it came to pass, as they journeyed 

II from the east, that they found a plain in the 
land of Shinar; and they dwelt there. 

3 And t they said one to another. Go to, 
let us make brick, and f burn them thoroughly. 
And they had brick for stone, and slime had 
they for mortar. 

4 And they said. Go to, let us build us a 
city, and a tower, "^ whose top may reach unto 
heaven ; and let us make us a name, lest we 
be scattered abroad upon the face of the 
whole earth. 

5 ''And the Lord came down to see the 
city and the tower, which the children of men 
builded. 

6 And the Lord said. Behold, <=the people 
is one, and they have all <^one language ; and 
this they begin to do: and now nothing will 
be restrained from them, which they have 
^ imagined to do. 

7 Go to, f let us go down, and there con- 
found their language, that they may &not 
understand one another's speech. 

8 So ''the Lord scattered them abroad 
from thence ^upon the face of all the earth 
and they left off to build the city. 

9 Therefore is the name of it called || Ba- 
bel, "^because the Lord did there confound 
the language of all the earth ; and from thence 
did the Lord scatter them abroad upon the 
face of all the earth. 

10 II 'These are the generations of Shem: 
Shem was an hundred years old, and begat 
Arphaxad two years after the flood : 

11 And Shem lived after he begat Ar- 



CHAP. XL 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


about2'218. 


about 2346. 
2311. 


II That is, 


diviiion. 


m See Luke 




3. 36. 




2281. 




2247. 




n 1 Chron. 




1. 19. 




Called, 




Luke 3. 35, 


n ver. 1. 


Phalcc. 


ch. 9. 19. 






2217. 




2185. 


t Heb. lip. 


p Luke 3.35, 




Saruch. 


t Heb. 




words. 




about 2247. 




II Or, 




enstwariJ, as 




ch. 13, 11. 


2155. 


2 Sam. 6.2. 




with 




1 Chron. 13. 




6. 




t Ileb. a 




man said to 




his neigh- 




bour. 


• 


t Heb. 




Aurw thetn to 




a huniiiig. 






2126. 


aDeut.1.38. 


q Luke 3.34, 




Thara. 


b ch. 18.21. 


2056. 




r Josh. 24. 2. 




1 Chron. 1. 




26. 




1996. 


c cb. 9. 19. 




Acts 17. 2G. 




d ver. 1. 




e Ps. 2. 1. 




fch. 1.26. 




Ps. 2. 4. 




Acts 2. 4, 


s ch. 17. 15. 


5,6. 


& 20. 12. 


2 cli. 42. 23. 




Deut.2^'.49. 


t ch. 22. 20. 


.ler. 5. 1.5. 




1 Cot. 14. 2, 




11. 




h Luke 1. 




51. 




i oh. 10. 25, 

32. 

II That is. 


u ch. 16. 1, 


2. & 18. 11, 
12. 


confusion. 


k 1 Cor. 14. 


w ch. 12. 1. 


23. 






X Neh. 9. 7. 




Acts 7. 4. 


1 ch. 10. 22. 
1 Cluoii. 1. 


y ell. 10. 19. 


17. 


about 1923. 


2346. 


1921. 



and begat sons 



The generations of Shem. 

phaxad five hundred years, 
and daughters. 

12 And Arphaxad lived five and thirty 
years, ""and begat Salah. 

13 And Arphaxad lived after he begat 
Salah four hundred and three years, and begat 
sons and daughters. 

14 And Salah lived thirty years, and be- 
gat Eber : 

15 And Salah lived after he begat Eber 
four hundred and three years, and begat sons 
and daughters. 

16 "And Eber lived four and thirty years, 
and begat ° Peleg : 

17 And Eber lived after he begat Peleg 
four hundred and thirty years, and begat sons 
and daughters. 

18 And Peleg lived thirty years, and be- 
gat Reu : 

19 And Peleg lived after he begat Reu 
two hundred and nine years, and begat sons 
and daughters. 

20 And Reu lived two and thirty years, 
and begat p Serug. 

21 And Reu lived after he begat Seruff 
two hundred and seven years, and begat sons 
and daughters. 

22 And Serug lived thirty years, and be- 
gat Nahor : 

23 



And Serug lived after he begat Nahor 
years, and begat 



sons 



and 



and twenty 



\ 



two hundred 
daughters. 

24 And Nahor lived nine 
years, and begat i Terah. 

25 And Nahor lived after he begat Terah 
an hundred and nineteen years, and begat 
sons and daughters. 

26 And Terah lived seventy years, and 
"■ begat Abram, Nahor, and Haran. 

27 *ffNow these are the generations of 
Terah : Terah begat Abram, Nahor, and 
Haran : and Haran begat Lot. 

28 And Haran died before his father Te- 
rah in the land of his nativity, in Ur of the 
Chaldees. ' 

29 And Abram and Nahor took them 
wives : the name of Abram's wife was ® Sarai ; 
and the name of Nahor's wife ^Milcah, the 
daughter of Haran, the father of Milcah, 
and the father of Iscah. 

30 But " Sarai was barren ; she had no 
child. 

31 And Terah ^took Abram his son, and 
Lot the son of Haran his son's son, and Sarai 
his daughter-in-law, his son Abram's wife; 
and they went forth with them from ''Ur of 
the Chaldees, to go into y the land of Canaan ; 
and they came unto Haran, and dwelt there. 

32 And the days of Terah were two hun- 
dred and five years : and Terah died in Haran. 

11 



] 



God calleth Ahram. 



GENESIS. 



{ /• 



Ahram and Lut disagree. 



CHA^. XII. 



>•! 



\ 



God calleth Abram, and hlesseth him lo'ith a promise of 
Christ. ^ He departcth loith Lot from Haran. Q He 
journeyeth through Canaan, 7 which is promised him 
in a vision. 10 He is driven by a famine into Egypt. 
11 Fear maketh him feign his ivife to be his sister. 
14 Pha?-aoh, having taken her from him, by plagues 
/s,^^ is compelled to restore her. 

I ptrOW the ^LoRD had said unto Abram, 
/ -Ll Get thee out of thy country, and from 
I thy kindred, and from thy father's house, 
unto a land that I will shew thee : 

2 ^ And I will make of thee a great nation, 
^ and I will bless thee, and make thy name 
great ; ''and thou shalt be a blessing : 
_ 3 ''And I will bless them that bless thee, 
and curse him that curseth thee : ^and in thee 
shall all families of the earth be blessed. 
/^ 4 So Abram departed, as the Lord had 
/ spoken unto him, and Lot went with him : 
/ and Abram was seventy and five years old 
I when he departed out of Haran. 
\_^ 5 And Abram took Sarai his wife, and 
Lot his brother's son, and all their substance 
that they had gathered, and ^the souls that 
they had gotten ''in Haran; and they went 
forth to go into the land of Canaan ; and into 
the land of Canaan they came, 

6 lIAnd Abram 'passed through the land 
unto the place of Sichem, ''unto the plain of 
Moreh. 'And the Canaanite was then in 
the land. 

7 ""And the Lord appeared unto Abram, 
and said, "^Unto thy seed will I give this 
land : and there builded he an ° altar unto the 
Lord, who appeared unto him. 

8 And he removed from thence unto a 
mountain on the east of Beth-el, and pitched 
his tent, having Beth-el on the w est, and Hai 
on the east : and there he builded an altar 
unto the Lord, and p called upon the name 
of the Lord. 

9 And Abram journeyed, f 'J going on still 
toward the south. 

10 IT And there was ""a famine in the land: 
and Abram ^ went down into Egypt to sojourn 
there; for the famine was ^ grievous in the land. 

11 And it came to pass, when he was 
come near to enter into Egypt, that he said 
unto Sarai his wife. Behold now, I know that 
thou art "a fair woman to look upon : 

12 Therefore it shall come to pass, when 
the Egyptians shall see thee, that they shall 
say, This is his wife : and they ^will kill me, 
but they will save thee alive. 

13 ^Say, I pray thee, thou art my sister: 
that it may be well with me for thy sake ; and 
my soul shall live because of thee. 

14 IT And it came to pass, that when 
Abram was come into Egypt, the Egyptians 
y beheld the woman that she was very fair. 



C7) 



Before 
CHRIST 

19-21. 



a ch. 15. 7. 
Neh. 9. 7. 
Isai. 41. 2. 
Acts 7. 3. 
Hebr. 11. 8. 



b ch. 17. 6. 

& 18. 18. 
Dcut. 26. 5. 
1 Kings 3. 8. 
c ch. 24. 35. 
(1 ch. 28. 4. 
Gal. 3. 14. 
e ch. 27.29. 
Kxod. 23. 
22. 

Num. 24. 9. 
f ch. 18. 18. 
22. 18. & 
26.4. 
Ps. 72. 17.' 
Acts 3. 25. 
Gul. 3. 8. 



1921. 

g ch. 14. 14. 
h ch.11.31. 

i Hebr. 11.9. 

k Deut. 11. 
30. 

.Judg. 7. 1. 
1 ch. 10. 18, 
19, & 13. 7. 

m ch. 17. 1. 

n ch. 13. 15. 

& 17. 8. 

I's. 105. 9, 

11. 

o ch. 13. 4. 



p cli. 13. 4. 



t Heb. in 
^oing and 
journetiing. 
q ch. 13. 3. 

r ch. 2G. 1. 

B Ps. 105.13. 

t ch. 43. 1. 



u ver. 14. 
ch. 26. 7. 



w ch. 20.11. 
& 26. 7. 



X ch. 20. 5, 

13, 

Seech. 26. 7. 



about 1920. 



V ch. 39. 7. 
Matt. 5. 28. 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1920. 

z ch. 20. 2. 
a ch. 20. 14. 



b ch. 20. 18. 

1 Chron. 16. 

21. 

Ps. 105. 14. 

Hebr. 13. 4. 



c ch. 20. 9. 

& 26. 10. 



d Prov. 21. 
1. 



about 1918. 



a ch. 12. 9. 

b ch. 24.35. 
Ps. 112. 3. 
Prov. 10. 22. 



c ch. 12.8, 
9. 



d ch. 12. 7, 
8. 



ePs.116.17. 



f cli. 36. 7. 



g chs26.20. 
h ch.12.6 
i 1 Cor. 6. 7. 



t Heb. men 
hrctlircn : 
Seech. 11. 
27, 31. 
Exod.2.13. 
Ps. 133. 1. 
Acts 7. 26. 
k ch. 20. 15. 
& 34. 10. 
1 Rom. 12. 
18. 

Hebr. 12. 14. 
Jam. 3. 17. 



m ch. 19.17. 
I1eut.34.3. 
Ps. 107. 34. 
n ch.19.24, 
25. 



15 The princes also of Pharaoh saw her, 
and commended her before Pharaoh : and the 
woman was Haken into Pharaoh's house. 

16 And he ^entreated Abram well for her 
sake : and he had sheep, and oxen, and he- 
asses, and men-servants, and maid-servants, 
and she-asses, and camels. 

17 And the Lord ''plagued Pharaoh and 
his house with great plagues because of Sarai, 
Abram's wife. 

18 And Pharaoh called Abram, and said, 
•= What is this that thou hast done unto me ? 
why didst thou not tell me that she was thy 
wife ? 

19 Why saidst thou. She is my sister? 
so I might have taken her to me to wife : now 
therefore behold thy wife, take Aer, and go 
thy way. 

20 ''And Pharaoh commanded his men 
concerning him : and they sent him away, 
and his wife, and all that he had. 

CHAP. XIIL 

1 Abram and Lot return oxit of Egypt. 7 By disagree- 
ment theij part asunder. 10 Lot goeth to wicked 
Sodom. 14 God reneweth the promise to Abram. 
18 He removeth to Hebron, and there buildeth an altar, 

AND Abram went up out of Egypt, he, 
and his wife, and all that he ha*!!, and 
Lot with him, ^into the south. 

2 ''And Abram was very rich in cattle, in 
silver, and in gold. 

^ 3 And he went on his journeys ''from the 
south even to Beth-el, unto the place where 
his tent had been at the beginning, between 
Beth-el and Hai ; 

4 Unto the •'place of the altar, which he 
had made there at the first : and there Abram 
® called on the name of the Lord. 

5 ^ And Lot also, which went with Abram, 
had flocks, and herds, and tents. 

6 And 'the land was not able to bear 
them, that they might dwell together : for 
their substance was great, so that they 
could not dwell together. 

7 And there was »a strife between the 
herdmen of Abram's cattle and the herdmen 
of Lot's cattle : ''and the Canaanite and the 
Perizzite dwelled then in the land. 

8 And Abram said unto Lot, ' Let there 
be no strife, I pray thee, between me and 
thee, and between my herdmen and thy 
herdmen ; for we he t brethren, 

^ ^Is not the whole land before thee ? 
Separate thyself, I pray thee, from me: 'if 
thou wilt take the left hand, then I will go to 
the right ; or if thou depart to the right hand, 
then I will go to the left. 

10 And Lot lifted up his eyes, and be- 
held all '" the plain of Jordan, that it was well 
watered every where, before the Lord "de- 

12 



Ly 



7-^ 



-r /•' 



God reneweth the promise to Ahram. 

stroyed Sodom and Gomorrah, °even as the 
garden of the Lord, hke the land of Egypt, 
as thou comest unto pZoar. 

11 Then Lot chose him all the plain of 
Jordan ; and Lot journeyed east : and they 
separated themselves the one from the other. 

12 Abram dwelled in the land of Canaan, 
and Lot •J dwelled in the cities of the plain, 
and "^pitched Ms tent toward Sodom. 

13 But the men of Sodom ^were wicked 
and 'sinners before the Lord, exceedingly. 

14 IF And the Lord said unto Abram, 
after that Lot "was separated from him. 
Lift up now thine eyes, and look from the 
place where thou art, ^northward, and south- 
ward, and eastward, and westward : 

15 For all the land which thou seest, ""to 
thee will I give it, and ^to thy seed for ever. 

16 And ^\ will make thy seed as the dust 
of the earth : so that if a man can number 
the dust of the earth, then shall thy seed 
also be numbered. 

17 Arise, walk through the land in the 
length of it and in the breadth of it ; for I 
will give it unto thee. 

18 Then Abram removed Ms tent, and 
came and ^ dwelt in the fplain of Mamre, 
*'which is in Hebron, and built there an altar 
unto the Lord. 



CHAP. XIV. 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1918. 



CHAP. XIV. 



o ch. 2. 10. 
Isai. 51. 3. 
p ch. 14. 2, 

8. & 19. 22. 



about 1917. 



q ch. 19.29. 

r ch. 14. 12. 
& 19. 1. 
2Pet. 2. 7, 
8. 

s ch. 18.20. 
Ezek.16.49. 
2 Pet. 2. 7, 8. 
t ch. 6. li. 

u ver. 11. 



w ch. 28. 14. 



X ch. 12. 7. 
& 15. 18. & 
17. 8. & 24. 
7. & 26. 4. 
Numb. 34. 
12. 

Deut. 34. 4. 
Acts 7. 5. 
y 2 Chion. 
20.7. 
Ps. 37. 22, 
29. & 112. 2. 
z ch. 15. 5. 
& 22. 17. & 
26. 4. & 28. 
14. & 32. 12. 
Exod. 32. 13. 
Numb. 23. 
10. 

Deut. 1. 10. 
1 Kings 4.20. 
1 Chron. 27. 
23. 

Isai. 48. 19. 
.ler. 33. 22. 
Rom. 4. 16, 
17, 18. 
Heh.11.12. 
a ch. 14. 13. 
t Heb. 
plaina. 
b ch..35.27. 
&. 37. 14. 



1 



The battle of four kings against five. 11 hot is taken 
prisoner. 14 Abram rescueth him. 18 Melchizedek 
blesseth Abram. 20 Ahram giveth him tithe. 22 

The rest> of the spoil, his partners having had their 
portions, he restoreth to the king of Sodom. 

A ND it came to pass, in the days of 



J * 



Amraphel king ^of Shinar, Arioch king 
of Ellasar, Chedorlaomer king of ^ Elam, and 
Tidal king of nations ; 

2 That these made war with Bera king of 
Sodom, and with Birsha king of Gomorrah, 
Shinab king of " Admah, and Shemeber king 
of Zeboiim, and the king of Bela, which is 
^ Zoar. 

3 All these were joined together in the 
vale of Siddim, « which is the salt sea. 

4 Twelve years ^they served Chedorlao- 
mer, and in the thirteenth year they re- 
belled. 

5 And in the fourteenth year came Che- 
dorlaomer, and the kings that were with 
him, and smote -the Rephaims Mn Ashteroth 
Karnaim, and 'the Zuzims in Ham, ^and the 
Emims in || Shaveh Kiriathaim, 

6 lAnd the Horites in their mount Seir, 
unto II El-paran, which is by the wilderness. 

7 And they returned, and came to En- 
mishpat, which is Kadesh, and smote all 
the country of the Amalekites, and also 
the Amorites, that dwelt ""in Hazezon-tamar. 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1913. 



a ch.10.10. 

& 11.2. 

b Isai. 11.11. 



c Deut. 29. 
23. 



d ch. 19. 22. 



e Deut. 3. 17. 
Num.34. 12. 
.losh. 3. 16. 
Ps. 107. 34. 
f ch. 9. 26. 



about 1913. 



£ ch. 15. 20. 
Deut. 3. 11. 
h. Tosh. 12.4. 
& 13. 12. 
i Deut. 2. 
20. 

k Deut. 2. 
10, 11. 
II Or, Ike 
plain of Ki- 
rinthaim. 

I Deut. 2. 12, 
22. 

II Or, the 
plnin of 
Paran, 
ch.21.21. 
Numb. 12. 
16. & 1.3. 3. 
m 2 Cliron. 
20.2. 



n ch. 11. 3. 



o ch. 19. 17. 
30. 

p ver. 16,21. 



q ch. 12. 5. 
r ch. 13. 12. 



B ch. 13. 18. 

t ver. 24. 

u ch. 13. 8. 

II Or, led 
forth. 
II Or, in- 
structed. 
w ch. 15.3. 
& 17. 12, 27. 
Eccles.2.7. 
X Dent. 34.1. 
Judg. 18. 29. 

y Isai. 41. 2, 



z ver. 11 12. 



a Judg. 11. 

34. 

1 Sam. 18. 6. 

b Hebr. 7. 1. 



c 2 Sam. 18. 
18. 

d Hebr. 7.1 



e Ps. 110.4. 
Hebr. 5. 6. 
f Mic. 6. 6. 
Acts 16. 17. 
Ruth 3. 10. 
2 Sam. 2. 5. 
e ver. 22. 
Matt. 11. 25. 

h ch. 24. 27. 



i Hebr. 7. 4. 



t Heb. souls. 



k Exod. 6. 8. 
Dan. 12. 7. 
Rev. 10. 5, 
6. 

1 ver. 19. 
ch. 21. 33. 
m So Esther 
9. 15, 16. 



Melchizedek blesseth Ahram, 

8 And there went out the king of So- 
dom, and the king of Gomorrah, and the 
king of Admah, and the king of Zeboiim, 
and the king of Bela, (the same is Zoar ;) 
and they joined battle with them in the vale 
of Siddim ; 

9 With Chedorlaomer the king of Elam, 
and with Tidal king of nations, and Amra- 
phel king of Shinar, and Arioch king of 
Ellasar ; four kings with five. 

10 And the vale of Siddim was full of 
"slime-pits ; and the kings of Sodom and Go- 
morrah fled, and fell there : and they that 
remained fled ''to the mountain. 

1 1 And they took p all the goods of Sodom 
and Gomorrah, and all their victuals, and 
went their way. 

12 And they took Lot, Abram's i bro- 
ther's son, ""who dwelt in Sodom, and his 
goods, and departed. 

13 1 And there came one that had es- 
caped, and told Abram the Hebrew; for ^he 
dwelt in the plain of Mamre the Amorite, 
brother of Eshcol, and brother of Aner : 
'and these were confederate with Abram. 

14 And when Abram heard that "his 
brother was taken captive, he || armed his 
II trained servants, ^^born in his own house, 
three hundred and eighteen, and pursued 
them ''unto Dan. 

15 And he divided himself against them, 
he and his servants by night, and y smote 
them, and pursued them unto Hobah, which 
is on the left hand of Damascus. 

16 And he brought back ''all the goods, 
and also brought again his brother Lot, 
and his goods, and the women also, and the 
people. 

17 IF And the king of Sodom ''went out to 
meet him ^ (after his return from the slaugh- 
ter of Chedorlaomer, and of the kings that 
were with him,) at the valley of Shaveh, 
which is the '^king's dale. 

18 And •'Melchizedek king of Salem 
brought forth bread and wme : and he was 
^the priest of ^the most high God. 

19 And he blessed him, and said. Blessed 
be Abram of the most high God, ^possessor 
of heaven and earth : 

20 And ^blessed be the most high God, 
which hath delivered thine enemies into thy 
hand. And he gave him tithes 'of all. 

21 And the king of Sodom" said unto 
Abram, Give me the f persons, and take 
the goods to thyself. 

22 And Abram said to the king of So- 
dom, I ''have lifted up my hand unto the 
Lord, the most high God, 'the possessor of 
heaven and earth, 

23 That ■"! will not take from a thread 

13 



Isaac is promised, 

even to a shoe-latchet, and that I will not 
take any thing that is thine, lest thou 
shouldest say, 1 have made Abram rich : 

24 Save only that which the young men 
have eaten, and the portion of the men 
"which went with me, Aner, Eshcol, and 
Mamre ; let them take their portion. 



GENESIS. 



1 



CHAP. XV. 

God encourageth Ahram. 2 Abram coviplaineth for 
want of an heir. 4 God promiseth him a son, and 
a multiplying of his seed. 6 Abram is jiistijied by 
faith. 7 Caiman is promised again, and confirmed 



by a sign, 



12 and a visio?i. 



AFTER these things the word of the 
Lord came unto Abram ^in a vision, 
saying, ^Fear not, Abram : I a?n thy *= shield, 
and thy exceeding ^ great reward. 

2 And Abram said, Lord God, what 
wilt thou give me, ^seeing I go childless, 
and the steward of my house is this Eliezer 
of Damascus ? 

3 And Abram said, Behold, to me thou 
hast given no seed: and lo, *one born in 
my house is mine heir. 

4 And behold, the word of the Lord 
came unto him, saying, This shall not be 
thine heir ; but he that s shall come forth out 
of thine own bowels shall be thine heir. 

5 And he brought him forth abroad, and 
said, Look now toward heaven, and ^tell the 
'stars, if thou be able to number them : and 
he said unto him, ''So shall thy seed be. 

6 And he 'believed in the Lord; and 
he "^counted it to him for righteousness. 

7 And he said unto him, I am, the Lord 
that " brought thee out of « Ur of the Chal- 
dees, Pto give thee this land to inherit it. 

8 And he said, Lord God, i whereby shall 
I know that I shall inherit it ? 

9 And he said unto him. Take me a 
heifer of three years old, and a she-goat of 
three years old, and a ram of three years 
old, and a turtle-dove, and a young pigeon. 

10 And he took unto him all these, and 
■■divided them in the midst, and laid each 
piece one against another: but nhe birds 
divided he not. 

11 And when the fowls came down upon 
the carcasses, Abram drove them away. 

12 And when the sun was going down, 
'a deep sleep fell upon Abram ; and lo, a hor- 
ror of great darkness fell upon him. 

13 And he said unto Abram, Know of a 
surety "that thy seed shall be a stranger in 
a land that is not theirs, and shall serve 
them ; and ^they shall afflict them four hun- 
dred years ; 

14 And also that nation whom they shall 
serve, *will I judge: and afterward y shall 
they come out with great substance. 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1913. 



n ver. 13. 



a Dan. 10. 1. 

Acts 10. 10, 

U. 

b cli.2fi.24. 

Dan. 10. 12. 

Luke 1. 13, 

30. 

c Ps. 3. 3. & 

.5. 12. & 84. 

11. & 91. 4. 

& 119. 114. 

(1 Ps. 16. .5. 

fe-W. 11. 

Prov. 11. 18. 

e Acts 7.5. 



f cli. 14. 14. 



e 2Snm. 7. 
12&;1(). 11. 
2Claon.32. 
21. 



h Ps. 147. 4. 



i Jcr.33. '23. 

k ch.22.17. 
Exod. 32. 
13. 

Deut. 1. 10. 
& 10. 22. 
1 Chron, 
27. 23. 
Rom. 4. 18. 
Hebr. 11.12. 
See ell. 13. 
16. 

1 Rom. 4.3, 
9,22. 
Gal. 3. 6. 
Jam. 2. 23. 
m Ps. 100.31. 
n ch. 12. 1. 

ch.11.28, 
31. 

P Ps. 10.1 
42, 44. 
Rom. 4. 13. 
q Seech. 24. 
13, 14. 
.ludg. 6. 17, 

1 Sam. 14. 
9, 10. 

2 Kings 20. 
8. 

Luke 1. 18. 

r Jer. 34. 18, 

19. 

s Lev. 1. 17. 



t Gen. 2. 21. 
Job 4. 13. 



u Exod. 12. 

40. 

Ps. 105. 23. 

Acts 7. 6. 

w Exod. 1. 

11. 

Ps. 105.25. 



X Exod. 6. 6. 
Deut. 6. 22. 
y Exod. 12. 

Ps'. 105. 37. 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1913. 

z Job 5. 26. 

a Acts 13.,30. 

b cli.25.8. 

c Exod. 12. 

40. 

d 1 Kings 

21. 26. 

e Oan.8.23. 

Matt. 23. 32. 

1 Thess. 2. 

16. 



I 



Heb. a 

inp of fire. 
" .34.1i 



18, 



f Jer. 
19. 

g ch.24.7. 



h ch. 12. 7. 
& 13. 15. & 
20.4. 
Exod. 23. 
31. 

Numb. 34. 3. 
Deut. 1. 7. 
fell. 24. & 
34. 4. 
Josh. 1. 4. 

1 Kings 4. 
21. 

2 Cliron. 9. 
26. 

Neh. 9. 8. 
Ps. 105. 11. 
Isai. 27. 12. 



a ch. 15. 2,3. 



b ch. 21. 9. 
c Gal. 4. 24. 

d cli. 30. 3. 



e ch. 20. 18. 

& 30. 2. 

1 Sam. 1. 5, 

6. 

f So ch. 30. 

3,9. 

t Heb. he 

buildcd by 

her. 

g ch. 3. 17. 

1911. 

li ch. 12. 5. 



i 2 Sam. 6. 

16. 

Prov. 30. 21, 

23. 



k rh.31..53. 
1 Sam. 24. 
12. 

I Prov. 15. 1. 
1 Pet. 3. 7. 
m Job 2. 6. 
Ps. 106. 41, 
42. 

Jer. 38. 5. 
t Heb. 
that which 
is food in 
tknie eyes. 
t Heb. 
afficted her. 
n Exod. 2. 
15. 

o ch. 2.5. 18. 
|^Exod.l5. 



Hagar Jleeth from Sarah 

15 And nhou shalt go ^to thy fathers in 
peace ; ''thou shalt be buried in a good old 
age. 

16 But ''in the fourth generation they 
shall come hither again : for the iniquity '' of 
the Amorites ^is not yet full. 

17 And it came to pass, that when the 
sun went down, and it was dark, behold a 
smoking furnace, and f a burning lamp that 
^passed between those pieces. 

18 In that same day the Lord &made a 
covenant with Abram, saying, "^Unto thy 
seed have I given this land, from the river 
of Egypt unto the great river, the river 
Euphrates : 

19 The Kenites, and the Kenizzites, and 
the Kadmonites, 

20 And the Hittites, and the Perizzites, 
and the Rephaims, 

21 And the Amorites, and the Canaanites, 
and the Girgashites, and the Jebusites. 

CHAP. XVL 

1 Sarai,being barren, gioeth Hagar to Alram. ^ Hagar, 
being afflicted for despising her mistress, runneth 
away. 7 An angel sendeth her hack to submit herself , 
1 1 and telleth her of her child. 15 Ishmael is born. 

nvrOW Sarai, Abram's wife, ''bare him no 
-1-^ children : and she had an handmaid, 
•"an Egyptian, whose name was ''Hagar. 

2 '^ And Sarai said unto Abram, Behold 
now, the Lord "^hath restrained me from 
bearing : I pray ^thee go in unto my maid; 
it may be that I may t obtain children by 
her. And Abram e^ hearkened to the voice 
of Sarai. 

3 And Sarai, Abram's wife, took Hagar her 
maid the Egyptian, after Abram ''had dwelt 
ten years in the land of Canaan, and gave 
her to her husband Abram to be his wife. 

4 IF And he went in unto Hagar, and she 
conceived : and when she saw that she had 
conceived, her mistress was 'despised in her 
eyes. 

5 And Sarai said unto Abram, My wrong 
he upon thee : I have given my maid into 
thy bosom ; and when she saw that she ha(^ 
cojiceived, I was despised in her eyes : ''the 
Lord judge between me and thee. 

6 'But Abram said unto Sarai, ""Beliold, 
thy maid is in thy hand; do to her fas it 
pleaseth thee. And when Sarai f dealt 
hardly with her, "she fled from her face. 

7 *![ And the angel of the Lord found her 
by a fountain of water in the wilderness, °by 
the fountain in the way to p Shur. 

8 And he said, Hagar, Sarai's maid, 
whence camest thou ? and whither wilt thou 
go ? And she said, I flee from the face of my 
mistress Sarai. 

9 And the angel of the Lord said unto 

14 



God reneweth the covenant. 



CHAP. XVI, XVII. 



Circumcision is instituted. 



V 



her, Return to thy mistress, and i submit 
thyself under her hands. 

10 And the angel of the Lord said unto 
her, ""I will multiply thy seed exceedingly, 
that it shall not be numbered for multi- 
tude. 

11 And the angel of the Lord said 
unto her. Behold, thou art with child, and 
shalt bear a son, ^and shalt call his name 
II Ishmael ; because the Lord hath heard 
thy affliction. 

12 t And he will be a wild man ; his hand 
will he against every man, and every man's 
hand against him; "and he shall dwell in the 
presence of all his brethren, 

13 And she called the name of the Lord 
that spake unto her, Thou God seest me: 
for she said. Have I also here looked after 
him * that seeth me ? 

14 Wherefore the well was called y || Beer- 
lahai-roi j behold, it is ^between Kadesh and 
Bered. 

15 IT And '^Hagar bare Abram a son : and 
Abram called his son's name, which Hagar 
bare, ''Ishmael. 

16 And Abram was fourscore and six years 
old, when Hagar bare Ishmael to Abram. 

CHAP. XVIL 

1 God reneweth the covenant. 5 Abram his name is 
changed, in token of a greater blessing. 10 Circum- 
cision is instituted. 15 Sarai her name is changed, 
and she blessed. 1 7 Isaac is promised. 23 Abraham 
and Ishmael are circumcised. 

AND when Abram was ninety years old 
and nine, the Lord ^ appeared to Abram, 
and said unto him, ''I am the Almighty God; 
*^walk before me, and be thou || ''perfect. 

2 And I will make my covenant between 
me and thee, and ^will multiply thee exceed- 
ingly. 

3 And Abram ^fell on his face : and God 
talked with him, saying, 

4 As for me, behold, my covenant is with 
thee, and thou shalt be sa father of t many 
nations. 

5 Neither shall thy name any more be 
called Abram; but ''thy name shall be || Abra- 
ham : ' for a father of many nations have I 
made thee. 

6 And I will make thee exceeding fruit- 
ful, and I will make '^nations of thee; and 
'kings shall come out of thee. 

7 And I will ""establish my covenant be- 
tween me and thee, and thy seed after thee, 
in their generations, for an everlasting co- 
venant; ''to be a God unto thee, and to °thy 
seed after thee. 

8 And pI will give unto thee, and to thy 
seed after thee, the land f '^ wherein thou art 
a stranger, all the land of Canaan, for an 



Before 

CHRIST 

1911. 



Q Tit. 2. 9. 
1 Pet 2. 18. 
r ch. 17. 20. 
& 21. 18. & 
25.12. 



s ch. 17. 19. 

Matt. 1. 21. 

Luke 1. 13, 

31. 

II That is, 

God shall 

hear. 

t ch.21.20. 



u ch.25.18. 



X ch.31.42. 

y ch.a4.62. 
& 25. 11. 
II That is, 
the well of 
him that 
livcth and 
seeth me. 
z Numb. 13. 
26. 
a Gal. 4. 22. 

b ver. 11. 

1910. 



a ch. 12. 1. 

b ch. 28. 3. 
&35. n. 
E.xori. 6. 3. 
Deut. 10. 17. 
c ch. 5. 22. 
& 48. 15. 

1 Kings 2. 
4. & 8. 25. 

2 Kings 20. 

if Or, 

upri^'ht, or, 
sincere. 
d eh. 6. 9. 
Dcut. 18. 13. 
Job 1. 1. 
Matt. 5. 48. 
6 ch. 12. 2. 
& 13. 16.& 
22. 17. 
f ver. 17. 
g Kom. 411, 
12, Hi. 
Gal. 3. 29. 
t Heb. 
multitude 
of nations. 
h Nell. 9. 7. 
II That is. 
Father of a 
great multi- 
tude. 
i Rom. 4. 17. 



k ch.35.11. 

I ver. 16. 

cli.3.5. 11. 

Matt. 1.6, 

&c. 

m Gal. 3. 17. 



n ch. 26.24. 
& 28. 1.3. 
Hebr. 11.16. 
o Rom. 9. 8. 
P ch. 12. 7. 
& 13. 15. 
Ps. 105. 9, 

n. 

t Heb. 
of thy so- 
jourvings. 
q ch. 2,3. 4. 
&28. 4. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1910. 

r Exod. 6. 7. 
Lev. 26. 12. 
Deut. 4. 37. 
& 14. 2. & 
20. 18. & 29. 
13. 



s Acts 7. 8. 



t Acts 7. 8. 
Rom. 4. 11. 



t Heb. a 

son of eight 

days. 

u Lev. 12. 3. 

Luke 2. 21. 

.lohn 7. 22. 

Phil. 3. 5. 



w Exod. 4. 
24. 



II That is, 
Princess. 

X ch. 18. 10. 



t Heb. she 
shall become 
nations, 
y ell. 3.5. 11. 
Gal. 4. 31. 
1 Pet. 3. 6. 
7. oh. 18. 12. 
& 21. 6. 



a ch. 18. 10. 
&21.2. 
Gal. 4. 28. 



b ch. 16. 10. 

c ch. 25. 12, 

16. 

d ch. 21. 18. 



e ch. 21. 2. 



everlasting possession; and ''I will be their 
God. 

9 1[ And God said unto Abraham, Thou 
shalt keep my covenant therefore, thou, and 
thy seed after thee, in their generations. 

10 This is my covenant, which ye shall 
keep, between me and you, and thy seed 



among 



you 



after thee; ^ Every man-child 
shall be circumcised. 

11 And ye shall circumcise the flesh of 
your foreskin; and it shall be * a token of 
the covenant betwixt me and you. 

12 And the that is eight days old "shall 
be circumcised among you, every man-child 
in your generations, he that is born in the 
house, or bought with money of any stranger, 
which is not of thy seed. 

13 He that is born in thy house, and he 
that is bought with thy money, must needs 
be circumcised : and my covenant shall be 
in your flesh for an everlasting covenant. 

14 And the uncircumcised man-child, 
whose flesh of his foreskin is not circumcised, 
that soul ^ shall be cut ofl" from his people ; 
he hath broken my covenant. 

15 H And God said unto Abraham, As for 
Sarai thy wife, thou shalt not call her name 
Sarai, but [| Sarah shall her name be. 

16 And I will bless her, ^and give thee 
a son also of her : yea, I will bless her, and 
t she shall be a mother > of nations ; kings of 
people shall be of her. 

17 Then Abraham fell upon his face, ^'and 
laughed, and said in his heart. Shall a child 
be born unto him that is an hundred years 
old ? and shall Sarah, that is ninety years 
old, bear ? 

18 And Abraham said unto God, O that 
Ishmael might live before thee ! 

19 And God said, ^'^ Sarah thy wife shall 
bear thee a son indeed ; and thou shalt call 
his name Isaac : and I will establish my co- 
venant with him for an everlasting covenant, 
and with his seed after him. 

20 And as for Ishmael, I have heard thee : 
Behold, I have blessed him, and will make 
him fruitful, and ''will multiply him exceed- 
ingly : "= twelve princes shall he beget, ''and 
I will make him a great nation. 

21 But my covenant will I establish with 
Isaac, ^ which Sarah shall bear unto thee at 
this set time in the next year. 

22 And he left off talking with him, and 
God went up from Abraham. 

23 IT And Abraham took Ishmael his son, 
and all that were born in his house, and all 
that were bought with his money, every male 
among the men of Abraham's house ; and 
circumcised the flesh of their foreskin, in 
the self-same day, as God had said unto him. 

15 



m 
in 



Abraham entertaiiietli three angels, 

24 And Abraham loas ninety years old 
and nine, wlien he was circumcised in the 
flesh of his foreskin. 

25 And Ishmael his son was thirteen 
years old, when he was circumcised in the 
flesh of his foreskin. 

26 In the self-same day was Abraham cir- 
cumcised, and Ishmael his son; 

27 And 'all the men of his house, born in 
the house, and bought with money of the 
stranger, were circumcised with him, 

CHAP. XVIII. 

1 Abraham, entertameth three angels. 9 Sarah is re- 
proved for laughing at the strange promise. 17 The 
destruction of Sodom is revealed to Abraham. 23 
Abraham maketh intercession for the men thereof. 

AND the Lord appeared unto him 
the * plains of Mamrc: and he sat 
the tent-door in the heat of the dav: 

2 ^And he lifted up his eyes and looked, 
and lo, three men stood by him: *= and when 
lie saw ihem^ he ran to meet them from the 
tent-door, and bowed himself toward the 
ground, 

3 And said. My Lord, if now I have 
found favour in thy sight, pass not away, I 
pray thee, from thy servant : 

4 Let "^a little water, I pray you, be fetch- 
ed, and wash your feet, and rest yourselves 
under the tree : 

.5 And ""I will fetch a morsel of bread, and 
t ^comfort ye your hearts; after that ye shall 
pass on: ^for therefore t a^i'e JG come to 
your servant. And they said. So do, as 
thou hast said. 

6 And Abraham hastened into the tent 
unto Sarah, and said, t Make ready quickly 
three measures of fine meal, knead it^ and 
make cakes upon the hearth. 

7 And Abraham ran unto the herd, and 
fetched a calf tender and good, and gave it 
unto a young man ; and he hasted to dress it. 

8 And ''he took butter, and milk, and the 
calf which he had dressed, and set it before 
them ; and he stood by them under the tree, 
and they did eat. 

9 ^ And they said unto him. Where is 
Sarah thy wife ? And he said. Behold, ' in 
the tent. 

10 And he said, I ''will certainly return 
unto thee 'according to the time of life; 
and lo, ""Sarah thy wife shall have a son. 
And Sarah heard it in the tent-door, which 
was behind him. 

1 1 Now "Abraham and Sarah were old and 
well stricken in age ; and it ceased to be 
with Sarah ° after the manner of women. 

12 Therefore Sarah p laughed within her- 



GENESIS. 



self, saying, i After I am waxed old shall I 
have pleasure, my ^lord being old also ? 



Before 
CHRIST 

1898. 



f ch. 18. 19. 



1898. 

a ch. 13. 18. 
& 14. 13. 



I. Hebr. 13. 

a. 

c ch.19.1. 
1 Pet. 4. 9. 



d ch. 19.2. 
& 43. 24. 



e Ji:(lg. 6. 

18. & 13. 15. 
t Heb. almi, 
f.lu<lf. lO.'lj. 
Ps. 1U4. 15. 
K ch. 19. 8. 
& 33 10. 
r Heb. 
yon have 
passed. 



t Heb. 
Haslen. 



Ii ch. 19. 3. 



i ch. 24. 67. 



k ver. 14. 

1 2 Kings 4. 

16. 

m ch. 17. 19, 

21. & 21. 2. 

Rom. 9. 9. 



n ch.17.17. 
Rom. 4. 19. 
Hebr. 11.11, 
12, 19. 

o ch.3I.35. 
p ch. 17. 17. 

q Luke 1.18. 

t 1 Pet. 3. 6. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1898. 



s Jer. 32. 17. 
Zech.8.6. 
Matt. 3. 9. 
& 19. 26. 
Luke 1.37. 
t ch. 17. 21. 
ver. 10. 
2 Kings 4. 
16. 



u Rom. 15. 

24. 

3 John 6. 

w Ps.2.5. 14 

Amos 3.7. 

Jolm 15. 15. 



X ch.12.3. 

& 22. 18. 
Acts 3. 25. 
Gal. 3. 8. 

y Deut. 4. 9, 
10. & 6. 7. 
.losh. 24. 15. 
Ephes. 6. 4. 



z ch. 4. 10. 
& 19. 13. 
Jum. 5. 4. 



a ch. 11.5. 
Exod. 3.8. 



b Dent. 8. 2. 
& ]3. 3. 
.losh. 22. 22. 
Luke 16. 1.5. 
2 Cor. 11. 11. 
c ch. 19. 1. 

d ver. 1. 

e Hebr. 10. 

22. 

f Numb. 16. 

22. 

2 Sam. 24. 

17. 

g Jer. 5. 1. 



h Job a 20. 
Isai. 3. 10, 
11. 

i Job 8. 3. 
& 34. 17. 
Ps. 58. 11. 
& 94. 2. 
Rom. 3. 6. 
k .ler. 5. 1. 
Ezek. 22. 30. 



I Luke 18. 1. 



m ch. 3. 19. 
Job 4. 19. 
Eccles. 12.7. 

1 Cor. 15. 
47, 48. 

2 Cor. 5. 1. 



He intercedeth for Sodom, 

13 And the Lord said unto Abraham, 
Wherefore did Sarah laugh, saying. Shall 
I of a surety bear a child, which am old ? 

14 ^Is any thing too hard for the Lord ? 
*At the time appointed I will return unto 
thee, according to the time of life, and Sarah 
shall have a son. 

15 Then Sarah denied, saying, I laughed 
not ; for she was afraid. And he said, Nay ; 
but thou didst laugh. 

16 1^ And the men rose up from thence, 
and looked toward Sodom : and Abraham 
went with them "to bring them on the way. 

17 And the Lord said, ^ Shall I hide 
from Abraham that thing which I do ; 

18 Seeing that Abraham shall surely be- 
come a great and mighty nation, and all 
the nations of the earth shall be ''blessed 
in him ? 

19 For I know him, ^that he will com- 
mand his children and his household after 
him, and they shall keep the way of the 
Lord, to do justice and judgment ; that 
the Lord may bring upon Abraham that 
which he hath spoken of him. 

20 And the Lord said. Because Hhe cry 
of Sodom and Gomorrah is great, and be- 
cause their sin is very grievous, 

21 ^I will go down now, and see whether 
they have done altogether according to the 
cry of it, which is come unto me ; and if 
not, ''I will know. 

22 And the men turned their faces from 
thence, ''and went toward Sodom: but Abra- 
ham "^ stood yet before the Lord. 

23 IT And Abraham ^ drew near, and said, 
^Wilt thou also destroy the righteous with 
the wicked ? 

24 s Peradventure there be fifty righteous 
within the city : wilt thou also destroy and 
not spare the place for the fifty righteous 
that ai-e therein ? 

25 That be far from thee to do after this 
manner, to slay the righteous with the wick- 
ed ; and ^ that the righteous should be as the 
wicked, that be far from thee : ' Shall not 
the Judge of all the earth do right ? 

26 And the Lord said, ''If I find in 
Sodom fifty righteous within the city, then 
I will spare all the place for their sakes. 

27 And Abraham answered and said, ' Be- 
hold now, I have taken upon me to speak 
unto the Lord, which am "^hut dust and 
ashes : 

28 Peradventure there shall lack five of 
the fifty righteous : wilt thou destroy all 
the city for lack of five ? And he said, If I 
find there forty and five, I will not destroy it. 

29 And he spake unto him yet again^, 
and said, Peradventure there shall be forty 

16 



Lot cntertaineth two angels, 

found there. And he said, I will not do it 
for forty's sake. 

30 And he said unto him, Oh, let not the 
Lord be angry, and I will speak : Peradven- 
ture there shall thirty be found there. And 
he said, I will not do it, if I find thirty there. 

31 And he said. Behold now, I have 
taken upon me to speak unto the Lord: 
Peradventure there shall be twenty found 
there. And he said, I will not destroy it 
for twenty's sake. 

32 And he said, " Oh, let not the Lord be 
angry, and I will speak yet but this once : 
Peradventure ten shall be found there. 
° And he said, I will not destroy it for ten's 
sake. 

33 And the Lord went his way, as soon 
as he had left communing with Abraham : 
and Abraham returned unto his place. 



CHAP. XIX. 



CHAP. XIX. 



1 



Lot entertaineth two angels. 4 The vicious Sodomites 
are stricken with blindness. 12 Lot is sent for safety 
into the mountains. 18 He ohtaineth leave to go into 
Zoar. 24 Sodom and Gomorrah are destroyed. 26 
LoVs wife is a pillar of salt. 30 Lot dwelleth in a 
cave. 31 The incestuous original of Moab and Jlmmon. 

AND there ^came two angels to Sodom 
at even ; and Lot sat in the gate of 
Sodom; and '' Lot, seeing thein, rose up to meet 
them ; and he bowed himself with his face 
toward the ground ; 

2 And he said. Behold now, my lords, 
*^turn in, I pray you, into your servant's 
house, and tarry all night, and ''wash your 
feet, and ye shall rise up early, and go on 
your ways. And they said, ^Nay ; but we 
will abide in the street all night. 

3 And he pressed upon them greatly; 
and they turned in unto him, and entered 
into his house ; ''and he made them a feast, 
and did bake unleavened bread, and they 
did eat. 

4 H But before they lay down, the men 
of the city, even the men of Sodom, com- 
passed the house round, both old and young, 
all the people from every quarter: 

5 ^And they called unto Lot, and said 
unto him, Where are the men which came 
in to thee this night? ^ bring them out unto 
us, that we 'may know them. 

6 And ''Lot went out at the door unto 
them, and shut the door after him, 

7 And said, I pray you, brethren, do not 
so wickedly. 

8 'Behold now, I have two daughters 
which have not known man ; let me, I pray 
you, bring them out unto you, and do ye 
to them as is good in your eyes : only unto 
these men do nothing ; ""for therefore came 
Ihev under the shadow of my roof. 

C ^ 



Before 
CHRIST 

1898. 



n Judg. 6. 
39. 



o James 5. 
IG. 



a ch.18.22. 



b ch. 18. 1, 
&c. 



cHebr.13.2. 
d ch. 18. 4. 



e See Luke 
24.28. 



f ch. 18. 8. 



Z Isai.3. 9. 



h Judg. 19. 

22. 

i ch. 4. I. 

Roin. 1. 24, 

27. 

Jude 7. 

k Judg. 19. 

23. 



1 Sen Judg. 
19. 24. 



m See ch. 
18.5. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1898. 

n 2 Pet. 2. 
7, 8. 

o Exod. 2. 
14. 



p See 2 Kings 
6. 18. 
Acts 13. 11. 



g ch. 7. 1. 
2 Pet. 2. 7, 
9. 



r ch. 18. 20. 

B 1 Chron. 
21. 15. 



t Matt. 1. 18. 

u Numb. 16. 
21. 45. 

X Exod. 9. 
21. 

Luke 17. 28. 
& 24. 11. 



y Numb. 16. 
24, 26. 
Rev. 18. 4. 
t Heb. are 
jFound. 
II Or. 
punishment. 



a Luke 18. 

13. 

Rom. 9. 15, 

16. 

bPs.34.22. 



c 1 Kings 
19. 3. 
d ver. 26. 
Matt. 24. 
16, 17, 18. 
Luke 9. 62. 
Phil. 3. 13, 
14. 

e Acts 10. 
14. 



f Job 42. 8, 

9. 

Ps. 145. 19. 

t Heb. tliy 
face. 



The Sodomites stricken with blindness. 

9 And they said. Stand back. And they 
said again, This one fellow "came in to so- 
journ, °and he will needs be a judge : now 
will we deal worse with thee than with 
them. And they pressed sore upon the man, 
even Lot, and came near to break the door. 

10 But the men put forth their hand, 
and pulled Lot into the house to them, and 
shut to the door. 

11 And they smote the men Pthat were 
at the door of the house with blindness, 
both small and great : so that they wearied 
themselves to find the door. 

12 IF And the men said unto Lot, Hast 
thou here any besides ? son-in-law, and thy 
sons, and thy daughters, and whatsoever 
thou hast in the city, ^ bring them out of 
this place : 

13 For we will destroy this place, because 
the ""cry of them is waxen great before 
the face of the Lord; and nhe Lord hath 
sent us to destroy it. 

14 And Lot went out, and spake unto 
his sons-in-law, hvhich married his daugh- 
ters, and said, "Up, get you out of this place ; 
for the Lord will destroy this city : ''but he 
seemed as one that mocked unto his sons- 
in-law. 

15^ And when the morning arose, then 
the angels hastened Lot, saying, y Arise, take 
thy wife, and thy two daughters which t are 
here, lest thou be consumed in the || ini- 
quity of the city. 

16 And while he lingered, the men laid 
hold upon his hand, and upon the hand of 
his wife, and upon the hand of his two 
daughters; ''the Lord being merciful unto 
him; ''and they brought him forth, and set 
him without the city. 

17 ^ And it came to pass, when they had 
brought them forth abroad, that he said, 
'^ Escape for thy life ; ''look not behind thee, 
neither stay thou in all the plain : escape 
to the mountain, lest thou be consumed. 

18 And Lot said unto them, Oh, •'not 
so, my Lord ! 

19 Behold now, thy servant hath found 
grace in thy sight, and thou hast magnified 
thy mercy, which thou hast shewed unto 
me in saving my life : and I cannot escape 
to the mountain, lest some evil take me, and 
I die : 

20 Behold now, this city is near to flee 
unto, and it is a little one: Oh, let me 
escape thither ! {is it not a little one ?) and 
my soul shall live. 

21 And he said unto him. See, '"I have 
accepted t thee concerning this thing also, 
that I will not overthrow this city, for the 
which thou hast spoken. 

17 



Sodom and Gomorrah destroyed. 

22 Haste thee, escape thither; for el can- 
not do any thing till thou be come thither : 
therefore ^the name of the city was called 
11 Zoar. 

23 ^ The sun was t risen upon the earth 
when Lot entered into Zoar. 

24 Then ' the Lord rained upon Sodom 
and upon Gomorrah brimstone and fire from 
the Lord out of heaven ; 

25 And he overthrew those cities, and 
all the plain, and all the inhabitants of the 
cities, and •'that which grew upon the 
ground. 

26 1[ But his wife looked back from behind 
him, and she became •a pillar of salt. 

27 IT And Abraham gat up early in the 
morning to the place where ""he stood before 
the Lord: 

28 And he looked toward Sodom and 
Gomorrah, and toward all the land of the 
plain, and beheld, and lo, "the smoke of 
the country went up as the smoke of a 
furnace. 

29 *T[ And it came to pass, when God de- 
stroyed the cities of the plain, that God 
''remembered Abraham, and sent Lot out of 
the midst of the overthrow, when he over- 
threw the cities in the which Lot dwelt. 

.30 H And Lot went up out of Zoar, and 
P dwelt in the mountain, and his two daugh- 
ters with him ; for he feared to dwell in 
Zoar: and he dwelt in a cave, he, and his 
two daughters. 

31 And the first-born said unto the 
younger. Our father is old, and there is not 
a man in the earth i to come in unto us after 
the manner of all the earth : 

32 Come, let us make our father drink 
wine, and we will lie with him, that we 
■"may preserve seed of our father. 

33 And they made their father drink 
wine that night: and the first-born went 
in, and lay with her father; and he per- 
ceived not when she lay down, nor when 
she arose. 

34 And it came to pass on the morrow, 
that the first-born said unto the younger, 
Behold, I lay yesternight with my father: 
let us make him drink wine this night also ; 
and go thou in, a?id lie with him, that we 
may preserve seed of our father. 

35 And they made their father drink 
wine that night also : and the younger arose, 
and lay with him ; and he perceived not 
when she lay down, nor when she arose. 

36 Thus were both the daughters of Lot 
with child by their father. 

37 And the first-born bare a son, and 
called his name Moab : nhe same is the 
father of the Moabites unto this day. 



GENESIS. 



Before 
CHRIST 

]898. 



g Seech. 32. 
2.5, 26. 
Kxod. 32. 10. 
Deut. 9. 14. 
Mark 6. 5. 
h ch. 13. 10. 
& 14. 2. 
II That is, 
little. 
ver. 20. 
t Heb. 
gone forth. 

1 Deut. 29. 
23 

Isai. 13. 19. 
.ler. 20. 16. 
& 5U. 40. 
Ezck. 16. 
49, 50. 
Hos. 11. 8. 
Amos 4. 11. 
Zeph. 2. 9. 
Luke 17. 29. 

2 Pet. 2. 6. 
.lude 7. 

k ch. 14.3. 
Ps. 107. 34. 



ILuke 17. 32. 



m ch.18.22. 



n Rev. 18. 9. 



o ch. 8. 1. 
& 18. 23. 



p ver. 17, 19. 



n ch. 16. 3, 

oil. 38. 8, 9. 
Deut. 25. 5. 



r Mark 12. 
19. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1897. 

t Deut. 2. 19. 



; Hhe same 
of Ammon 



about 1898. 
a ch. 18. 1. 



b ch. 16. 7, 

14 

c ch. 26. 6. 



d ch. 12. 13. 
&. 26. 7. 

e ch. 12. 15. 

f Ps. 105. 14. 
g Job. 33.15. 

h ver. 7. 



T Heb. 
married to 
an husband. 



i ch. 18. 23. 
ver. 18. 



k 2 Kings 

20.3. 

2 Cor. 1. 12. 

II. Or,. . 

simplicitp, 

or, sincerity. 



1 ch. 31. 7. 
& :i5. 5. 
Exod.34.24. 

1 Sam. 25. 
26, 34. 

m ch.39.9. 
Lev. 6. 2. 
Ps. 51. 4. 

n 1 Sam. 7. 
5. 

2 Kings 5. 
11. 

.lob 42. 8. 

.lam. 5. 14, 

15. 

1 John 5. 16. 

o ch. 2. 17. 

p Numb. 16. 

32, 33. 



a ch.26. in. 
Exod. 32.21. 
Josh. 7. 25. 



r ch. 34. 7. 



1807. 
s Deut. 2. 9. 



s ch. 42. 18. 
Ps. 36. 1. 
Prov. 16. 6. 
t cli. 12. 12. 
& 26. 7. 
u See ch. 11. 
29. 



X ch. 12. 1. 
9, 11, &c. 
Hebr. XI. 8. 



Abraham deriieth his wife. 

38 And the younger, she also bare a son, 
and called his name Ben-ammi 
is the father of the children 
unto this day. 

CHAP. XX. 

1 Abraham sojourneth at Gerar, 2 denieth his wife, and 
loseth her. 3 Abimelech is reproved for her in a 
dream. 9 He rebuketh Abraham, 14 restoreth Sarah, 
16 a?id reproveth her. 17 He is healed by Abraham's 
prayer. 

AND Abraham journeyed from * thence 
toward the south country, and dwelled 
between ^Kadesh and Shur, and <= sojourned 
in Gerar. 

2 And Abraham said of Sarah his wife, 
^ She is my sister : and Abimelech king of 
Gerar sent and ^took Sarah. 

3 But ^God came to Abimelech &in a 
dream by night, and said to him, ^Behold, 
thou art hut a dead man, for the woman 
which thou hast taken : for she is t a man's 
wife. 

4 But Abimelech had not come near her: 
and he said. Lord, 'wilt thou slay also a 
righteous nation ? 

5 Said he not unto me. She is my sister ? 
and she, even she herself said. He is my 
brother : ^ in the H integrity of my heart and 
innocency of my hands have I done this. 

6 And God said unto him in a dream. 
Yea, I know that thou didst this in the 
integrity of thy heart; for ^I also withheld 
thee from sinning ■" against me : therefore suf- 
fered I thee not to touch her. 

7 Now therefore restore the man his wife ; 
"for he is a prophet, and he shall pray for 
thee, and thou shalt hve : and if thou restore 
her not, °know thou that thou shalt surely 
die, thou Pand all that are thine. 

8 Therefore Abimelech rose early in the 
morning, and called all his servants, and told 
all these things in their ears : and the men 
were sore afraid. 

9 Then Abimelech called Abraham, and 
said unto him. What hast thou done unto 
us? and what have I offended thee, ithat 
thou hast brought on me and on my king- 
dom a great sin ? thou hast done deeds unto 
me ""that ought not to be done. 

10 And Abimelech said unto Abraham, 
What sawest thou, that thou hast done this 
thing? 

1 1 And Abraham said. Because I thought, 
Surely nhe fear of God is not in this place ; 
and Hhey will slay me for my wife's sake. 

12 And yet indeed ""she is my sister; she 
is the daughter of my father, but not the 
daughter of my mother : and she became my 
wife. 

13 And it came to pass, when ^God caused 

18 



1 



Isaac is horn, and circumcised, 

me to wander from my father's house, that 
I said unto her, This is thy kindness which 
thou shalt shew unto me ; at every place 
whither we shall come, ysay of me, He is my 
brother. 

14 And Abimelech Hook sheep, and 
oxen, and men-servants, and women-servants, 
and gave them unto Abraham, and restored 
him Sarah his wife. 

15 And Abimelech said. Behold, ^my land 
is before thee : dwell twhere it pleaseth thee. 

16 And unto Sarah he said. Behold, I have 
given'' thy brother a thousand piece* of silver : 
*= behold, he is to thee ''a covering of the eyes 
unto all that are with thee, and with all other: 
thus she was reproved. 

17 II So Abraham Sprayed unto God: and 
God healed Abimelech, and his wife, and his 
maid-servants ; and they bare children. 

18 For the Lord ^had fast closed up all 
the wombs of the house of Abimelech, because 
of Sarah, Abraham's wife. 

CHAP. XXI. 

1 Isaac is born. 4 He is circumcised. 6 Sarah's joy. 
9 Hagar and Ishmael are cast forth. 15 Hagar i7i 
distress. 17 The angel comforteth her. 22 Abime- 
lech's covenant with Abraha'm at Beer-sheba. 

AND the Lord =^ visited Sarah as he had 
said, and the Lord did unto Sarah '' as 
he had spoken. 

2 For Sarah <= conceived, and bare Abra- 
ham a son in his old age, "^at the set time of 
which God had spoken to him. 

3 And Abraham called the name of his 
son that was born unto him, whom Sarah 
bare to him, ^ Isaac. 

4 And Abraham ''circumcised his son Isaac, 
being eight days old, & as God had commanded 
him. 

5 And '^Abrahamwas an hundred years old, 
when his son Isaac was born unto him. 

6 ^And Sarah said, 'God hath made me 
to laugh, so that all that hear ^ will laugh 
with me. 

7 And she said, Who would have said 
unto Abraham, that Sarah should have given 
children suck ? ' for I have borne him a son 
in his old age. 

8 And the child grew, and was weaned : 
and Abraham made a great feast the same 
day that Isaac was weaned. 

9 HAnd Sarah saw the son of Hagar ™ the 
Egyptian, " which she had borne unto Abra- 
ham, ° mocking. 

10 Wherefore she said unto Abraham, 
pCast out this bond- woman, and her son : for 
the son of this bond-woman shall not be heir 
with my son, even with Isaac. 

11 And the thing was very grievous in 
Abraham's sight, i because of his son. 



CHAP. XXL 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1898. 



y ch. 12. 13. 



z ch. 12. ]6. 



a ch. 13. 9. 

t Heb. as is 
good in thine 
eyes. 



b ver. 5. 

c ch.26. IL 
d ch.24.65. 



e Job 42. 9, 
10. 



f ch. 12. 17. 



a 1 Sara. 2. 
21. 

b ch. 17. 19. 
& 18. 10, 14. 
Gal. 4. ^. 

28. 

c Acts 7. 8. 
Gal. 4. 22. 
Hebr. 11. 11. 
d ch. 17. 21. 



e ch. 17. 19. 

f Acts 7. 8. 
g ch. 17. 10, 



about 1897. 
h ch. 17. 1, 
17. 



i Ps. 126. 2. 
Isai. 54. 1. 
Gal. 4. 27. 
k Luke 1. 
58 



1 ch.l8. 11, 
12. 



m ch. 16. 1. 
n ch. 16. 15. 
o Gal. 4. 22. 
about 1892. 

n Gal. 4. 30. 
Seech. 2.'). 6. 
& 36. 6, 7. 



q ch. 17. 18. 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1892. 



r Rom. 9. 7, 

8. 

Hebr. 11. 18. 



s ver. 18. 
ch. 16. 10. 
& 17. 20. 



t John 8. 35. 



u Exod. 3. i: 



w ver. 13. 



X Numb. 22, 

31. 

See 2 Kings 

6. 17, 18, 20. 

Luke 24. 16, 

31. 



y ch.28.15. 

& 39. 2, 3, 

21. 

z ch. 16. 12. 



a ch. 24. 4. 



b ch. 20. 2. 
& 26. 26. 

c ch.26. 28. 



d Josh. 2. 12. 

1 Sam. 24. 

21. 

t Heb. if 

thou shalt 

lie unto me. 



e See ch. 26. 
1.5, 18, 20. 
21, 22. 



Hagar is comforted by an angel, 

12 •^ And God said unto Abraham, Let 
it not be grievous in thy sight, because of the 
lad, and because of thy bond-woman ; in all 
that Sarah hath said unto thee, hearken unto 
her voice : for ""in Isaac shall thy seed be 
called. 

13 And also of the son of the bond-woman 
will I make ^a nation, because he is thy 
seed, 

14 And Abraham rose up early in the 
morning, and took bread, and a bottle of 
water, and gave it unto Hagar (putting it on 
her shoulder) and the child, and ^sent her 
away: and she departed, and wandered in 
the wilderness of Beer-sheba. 

15 And the water was spent in the bot- 
tle, and she cast the child under one of the 
shrubs. 

16 And she went, and sat her down over 
against Am, a good way off, as it were a bow- 
shot : for she said. Let me not see the death 
of the child. And she sat over against him, 
and lifted up her voice, and wept. 

17 And "God heard the voice of the lad : 
and the angel of God called to Hagar out of 
heaven, and said unto her. What aileth thee, 
Hagar ? Fear not ; for God hath heard the 
voice of the lad where he is. 

18 Arise, lift up the lad, and hold him in 
thine hand : for ^ I will make him a great na- 
tion. 

19 And ^ God opened her eyes, and she 
saw a well of water : and she went, and fill- 
ed the bottle v/ith water, and gave the lad 
drink. 

20 And God y was with the lad ; and he 
grew, and dwelt in the wilderness, ^ and be- 
came an archer. 

21 And he dwelt in the wilderness of Pa- 
ran : and his mother ^took him a wife out of 
the land of Egypt. 

22 IF And it came to pass at that time, that 
''Abimelech and Phichol the chief captain of 
his host spake unto Abraham, saying, ^ God 
is with thee in all that thou doest : 

23 Now therefore ^ swear unto me here 

deal falsely 

with my 



by God, t that thou wilt not 
with me, nor with my son, nor 
son's son : hut according to the kindness that 
I have done unto thee, thou shalt do unto 
me, and to the land wherein thou hast so- 
journed. 

24 And Abraham said, I will swear. 

25 And Abraham reproved Abimelech be- 
cause of a well of water, which Abimelech's 
servants ^had violently taken away. 

26 And Abimelech said, I wot not who 
hath done this thing : neither didst thou tell 
me, neither yet heard I of it, but to-day. 

27 And Abraham took sheep and oxen, 

19 



Abraham tempted to offer Isaac. 

and gave them unto Abimelech : and both of 
them ^made a covenant. 

28 And Abraham set seven ewe-lambs of 
the flock by themselves. 

29 And Abimelech said unto Abraham, 
sWhat mean these seven ewe-lambs, which 
thou hast set by themselves ? 

30 And he said. For these seven ewe-lambs 
shalt thou take of my hand, that ''they may 
be a witness unto me that I have digged this 
well. 

31 Wherefore he ' called that place || Beer- 
sheba ; because there they sware both of 
them. 

32 Thus they made a covenant at Beer- 
sheba : then Abimelech rose up, and Phichol 
the chief captain of his host, and they re- 
turned into the land of the Phihstines. 

33 IT And Abraham planted a j] grove in 
Beer-sheba, and i^ called there on the name 
of the Lord, Hhe everlasting God. 

34 And Abraham sojourned in the Philis- 
tines' land many days. 

CHAP. XXII. 

1 Abraham is tempted to offer Isaac. 3 He giveth proof 
of his faith and obedience. 1 1 The angel stayeth him. 
13 Isaac is exchanged with a ram. 14 The place is call- 
ed Jehovah-jireh. 15 Abraham is blessed again. 20 
The generation of Nahor unto Rebekah. 

AND it came to pass after these things, 
that '^ God did tempt Abraham, and said 
unto him, Abraham : and he said, t Behold, 
here I am, 

2 And he said. Take now thy son, ^ thine 
only son Isaac, whom thou lovest, and get 
thee ''into the land of Moriah; and offer 
him there for a burnt- offering upon one of the 
mountains which I will tell thee of. 

3 IfAnd Abraham rose up early in the 
morning, and saddled his ass, and took two 
of his young men with him, and Isaac his 
son, and clave the wood for the burnt-offer- 
ing, and rose up, and went unto the place of 
which God had told him. 

4 Then on the third day Abraham lifted 
up his eyes, and saw the place afar off. 

5 And Abraham said unto his young men, 
Abide ye here with the ass, and I and the 
lad will go yonder and worship, and come 
again to you. 

6 And Abraham took the wood of the 
burnt-offering, and "^ laid it upon Isaac his son ; 
and he took the fire in his hand and a knife : 
and they went both of them together. 

7 And Isaac spake unto Abraham his fa- 
ther, and said. My father : and he said, f Here 
a?n I, my son. And he said. Behold the fire 
and the wood : but where is the !| lamb for a 
burnt-offering ? 



GENESIS. 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1892. 



f ch. 26. 31. 



g ch. 33. 8. 



h ch.31.48, 
52. 



i cli. 26. 33. 
II That is, 
The well of 
the oath. 



about 1891. 



II Or, tree. 

k ch.4.26. 

1 Dent. 33. 

27. 

Isai. 40. 28. 
Rom. 16. 26. 
1 Tim. 1.17. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1872. 



1872. 
.Tos. Ant. 
a 1 Cor. 10. 
13. 

Hebr. 11.17. 
.lam. 1. 12. 
1 Pet. 1. 7. 
1 Heb. 
Behold me. 
b Hebr. 11. 
17. 



c 2Chron. 
3. 1. 



d John 19. 
17. 



tHeb. 
Behold me. 



Or, kid. 



e Hebr. 11. 

17. 

Jam. 2. 21. 



15. 



f 1 Sam 

22. 

Mic. 6.7, 8. 



e ch. 26. 5. 
Jam. 2.22. 



II That \a. 
The Lord 
will see, or, 
provide. 



h Ps. 105. 9. 



Luke 1. 73. 
Hebr. 6. 13, 
14. 



i ch. 1.5. 5. 
Jer. 33. 22. 

k ch. 13. 16. 

t Heb. lip. 
1 ch. 24. 60. 

m Mic. 1. 9. 

n ch. 12.3. 

& 18. 18. 
&26.4. 



Acts 3. 25. 
Gal. 3. 8, 9, 
16, 18. 
o ver. 3. 10. 
ch. 26. 5. 



p ch. 21. 31. 



q ch. 11. 29. 

r Job 1. 1. 
8 Job 32. 2. 



t ch. 24. 15. 
u Called, 
Rom. 9. 10. 
Rebecca. 



Abraham is blessed again. 

8 And Abraham said. My son, God will 
provide himself a lamb for a burnt-offering : 
so they went both of them together. 

9 And they came to the place which God 
had told him of ; and Abraham built an al- 
tar there, and laid the wood in order ; and 
bound Isaac his son, and ® laid him on the 
altar upon the wood. 

10 And Abraham stretched forth his hand, 
and took the knife to slay his son. 

11 And the angel of the Lord called 
unto him out of heaven, and said, Abraham, 
Abraham. And he said. Here am I. 

12 And he said, ^Lay not thine hand upon 
the lad, neither do thou any thing unto him : 
for s now I know that thou fearest God, seeing 
thou hast not withheld thy son, thine only 
son, from me. 

13 And Abraham lifted up his eyes, and 
looked, and behold, behind him a ram caught 
in a thicket by his horns : and Abraham went 
and took the ram, and offered him up for a 
burnt-offering in the stead of his son. 

14 And Abraham called the name of that 
place II Jehovah-jireh : as it is said to this 
day, In the mount of the Lord it shall be 
seen. 

15 T[ And the angel of the Lord called 
unto Abraham out of heaven the second 
time, 

16 And said, '^ By myself have I sworn, 
saith the Lord, for because thou hast done 
this thing, and hast not withheld thy son, 
thine only so?i : 

17 That in. blessing I will bless thee, and 
in multiplying I will multiply thy seed ' as 
the stars of the heaven, ^and as the sand 
which is upon the sea-t shore ; and 'thy seed 
shall possess " the gate of his enemies ; 

18 "And in thy seed shall all the nations 
of the earth be blessed; "because thou hast 
obeyed my voice. 

19 So Abraham returned unto his young 
men, and they rose up, and went together to 
p Beer-sheba ; and Abraham dwelt at Beer- 
sheba. 

20 H And it came to pass after these things, 
that it was told Abraham, saying. Behold, 
1 Milcah, she hath also borne children unto 
thy brother Nahor ; 

21 ■'Huz his first-born, and Buz his bro- 
ther, and Kemuel the father " of Aram, 

22 And Chesed, and Hazo, and Pildash, 
and Jidlaph, and Bethuel. 

23 And * Bethuel begat "Rebekah : these 
eight Milcah did bear to Nahor, Abraham's 
brother. 

24 And his concubine, whose name was 
Reumah, she bare also Tebah, and Gaham, 
and Thahash, and Maachah. 

20 



c 



The purchase of Machpelah. 

CHAP. XXIII. 



CHAP. XXm, XXIV. 



Ahrahani's chars-e to his servant. 



1 The age and death of Sarah. 3 The purchase of 
Machpelah, 19 where Sarah was buried. 

AND Sarah was an hundred and seven 
and twenty years old : these were the 
years of the hfe of Sarah, 

2 And Sarah died in '^Kirjath-arba; the 
same is ''Hebron in the land of Canaan : and 
Abraham came to mourn for Sarah, and to 
weep for her. 

3 IT And Abraham stood up from before 
his dead, and spake unto the sons of Heth, 
saying, 

4 •=! am a stranger and a sojourner with 
you : ^ give me a possession of aburying-place 
with you, that I may bury my dead out of my 
sight, 

5 And the children of Heth answered 
Abraham, saying unto him, 

6 Hear us, my lord ; thou art t ^ a mighty 
prince among us : in the choice of our sepul- 
chres bury thy dead : none of us shall with- 
hold from thee his sepulchre, but that thou 
mayest bury thy dead. 

7 And Abraham stood up and bowed 
liimself to the people of the land, eveii to the 
children of Heth. 

8 And he communed with them, saying. 
If it be your mind that I should bury my 
dead out of my sight, hear me, and entreat 
for me to Ephron the son of Zohar, 

9 That he may give me the cave of Mach- 
pelah, which he hath, which is in the end of 
his field ; for t as much money as it is worth 
he shall give it me, for a possession of a bury- 
ing-place among you. 

10 And Ephron dwelt among the children 
of Heth. And Ephron the Hittite answered 
Abraham in the t audience of the children of 
Heth, even of all that ^went in at the gate 
of his city, saying, 

11 ^Nay, my lord, hear me: the field 
give I thee, and the cave that is therein, 
I give it thee ; in the presence of the sons of 
my people give I it thee : bury thy dead, 

12 And Abraham bowed down himself 
before the people of the land. 

13 And he spake unto Ephron in the 
audience of the people of the land, saying, 
But if thou wilt give it, I pray thee, hear 
me : I will give thee money for the field : 
take it of me, and I will bury my dead 
there. 

14 And Ephron answered Abraham, say- 
ing unto him, 

15 My lord, hearken unto me : the land 
is worth four hundred ^shekels of silver; 
what is that betwixt me and thee? bury 
therefore thy dead. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1872. 



1860. 
a Josh. 14. 

.ludg. 1. 10. 
b ch. 13. 18. 
vcr. 19. 



c ch. 17. 8. 

1 Chron. 29. 

15. 

Ps. 105. 12. 

Hebr. 11. 9, 

13. 

d Acts 7. 5. 



t Heb. a 
prince of 
Ood. 

e ch. 13. 2. 
& 14. 14. 
& 24. 35. 



t Heb./uZ/ 
money. 



t Heb. ears. 

f ch. 34. 20, 

24. 

Ruth 4. 4. 

g See 

2 Sam. 24. 

21—24. 



h Exod. 30. 
Ezek,45.12. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1860. 

i Jer. 32. 9. 



k ch. 25. 9. 
& 49. 30, 31, 
32. & 50. 13. 
Acts 7. 10. 



I See Ruth 
4. 7, 8, 9. 10. 
Jer. 32. 10, 
11. 



1857. 
a ch. 18. 11. 
& 21. 5. 
f Heb. gone 
into days. 
b ch. 13. 2. 
ver. 35. 
Ps. 112. 3. 
Prov. 10. 22. 
c ch. 1.5. 2. 
d ver. 10. 
ch.39.4,5,6. 
e ch. 47. 29. 
1 Chron. 29. 
24. 
Lam. 5. 6. 

f ch. 14. 22. 
Deut. f). 13. 
Josh. 2. 12. 

g ch. 26. 35. 
& 27. 46. 
&28. 2. 
Exod. 34. 16. 
Deut. 7. 3. 



h ch. 28. 2. 
i ch. 12. 1. 



k ch. 12. 1. 

7. 



1 ch. 12.7. 
& 13. 1,5. 
St. 1.5. 18. 
& 17. 8. 
Exod. 32. 13. 
Deut. 1.8. 
& 34. 4. 
Acts 7. 5. 
m Exod. 23. 
20, 23. & 33. 
2. 
Hebr. 1. 14. 



IG And Abraham hearkened unto Ephron, 
and Abraham 'weighed to Ephron the silver 
which he had named in the audience of the 
sons of Heth, four hundred shekels of silver, 
current money with the merchant. 

17 •![ And ''the field of Ephron, which was 
in Machpelah, which was before Mamre, the 
field and the cave which was therein, and 
all the trees that were in the field, that were 
in all the borders round about, were made sure 

18 Unto Abraham for a possession in the 
presence of the children of Heth, before all 
that went in at the gate of his city. 

19 And after this, Abraham buried Sarah 
his wife in the cave of the field of Machpelah, 
before Mamre : the same is Hebron in the 
land of Canaan. 

20 • And the field, and the cave that is 
therein %ere made sure unto Abraham for 
a possession of a burying-place, by the sons 
of Heth. 

CHAP. XXIV. 

1 Abraham sweaj-eth his servant. 10 The servanVs joiir' 
ney. 12 His prayer. 14 His sign. 15 Hchekah 
meeteth him, 18 fuffilleth his sign, 22 receiveth jeioels, 
23 sheweth her kindred, 25 aiid inviteth him home. 
26 The servant blesseth God. 28 Laban entertaineth 
him. 34 The servant sheweth his message. 50 Laban 
and Bethuel approve it. 
62 Isaac meeteth her. 



58 Rebekah consentelh to go. 



AND Abraham ^was old and f well 
stricken in age: and the Lord '^h^d 
blessed Abraham in all things. 

2 And Abraham said ''unto his eldest 
servant of his house, that ''ruled over all that 
he had, ^Put, I pray thee, thy hand under 
my thigh : 

3 And I will make thee ^ swear by the 
Lord, the God of heaven, and the God of 
the earth, that ^thou shalt not take a wife 
unto my son of the daughters of the Canaan- 
ites among whom I dwell : 

4 ''But thou shalt go 'unto my country, 
and to my kindred, and take a wife unto my 
son Isaac. 

5 And the servant said unto him, Perad- 
venture the woman will not be willing to 
follow me unto this land : must I needs bring 
thy son again unto the land from whence 
thou camest ? 

6 And Abraham said unto him. Beware 
thou, that thou bring not my son thither 
again. 

7 ^TheLoRD God of heaven, which ''took 
me from my father's house, and from the 
land of my kindred, and which spake unto 
me, and that sware unto me, saying, 'Unto 
thy seed will I give this land: ""he shall 
send his angel before thee, and thou shalt 
take a wife unto my son from thence, 

21 



Abrahani's servant mecteth Rebekah. 

8 And if the woman will not be willing to 
follow thee, then "thou shalt be clear from 
this mine oath; only bring not my son thither 
again. 

9 And the servant put his hand under the 
thigh of Abraham his master, and sware to 
him concerning that matter. 

10 IT And the servant took ten camels, of 
the camels of his master, and departed ; ° || (for 
all the goods of his master were in his hand ;) 
and he arose, and went to Mesopotamia, unto 
p the city of Nahor. 

1 1 And he made his camels to kneel down 
without the city by a well of water, at the 
time of the evening, even the time f^that 
women go out to draw water: 

12 And he said, ■'O Lord, God of my 
master Abraham, I pray thee, ^send me good 
speed this day, and shew kindness unto my 
master Abraham. 

13 Behold, *I stand Jiere by the well of 
water ; and " the daughters of the men of the 
city come out to draw water : 

14 And let it come to pass, that the dam- 
sel to whom I shall say. Let down thy pitcher, 
I pray thee, that I may drink ; and she shall 
say. Drink, and I will give thy camels drink 
also : let the same be she that thou hast ap- 
pointed for thy servant Isaac ; and ^thereby 
shall I know that thou hast shewed kindness 
unto my master. 

15 HAnd it came to pass, before he had 
done speaking, that behold, Rebekah came 
out, who was born to Bethuel, son of '' Milcah, 
the wife of Nahor, Abraham's brother, with 
her pitcher upon her shoulder. 

1(5 And the damsel ^was t very fair to look 
upon, a virgin; neither had any man known 
her : and she went down to the well, and 
filled her pitcher, and came up. 

17 And the servant ran to meet her, and 
said. Let me, I pray thee, drink a little 
water of thy pitcher. 

18 "^And she said. Drink, my lord: and 
she hasted, and let down her pitcher upon 
her hand, and gave him drink. 

19 And when she had done giving him 
drink, she said, I will draw water for thy 
camels also, until they have done drinking. 

20 And she hasted, and emptied her pitcher 
into the trough, and ran again unto the well 
to draw water, and drew for all his camels. 

21 And the man, wondering at her, held 
his peace, to wit whether ^the Lord had 
made his journey prosperous, or not. 

22 And it came to pass, as the camels 
had done drinking, that the man took a gol- 
den ^ II ear-ring, of half a shekel weight, and 
two bracelets for her hands of ten shekels 
weight of gold, 



GENESIS. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1857. 

n Josh. 2. 
17, 20. 



o ver. 2. 
II Or, and. 



p ch. 27. 43. 



t Heb that 
women which 
draw water 
go forth. 
q Exod. 2. 
16. 

1 Sam. 9. 11. 
r ver. 27. 
ch.26.24. 
& -28. 13. 
&32. 0. 
Exod. 3. 6, 
15. 

s Neh. 1. 11. 
Ps. 37. 5. 
t ver. 43. 
u ch. 29. 0. 
Exod. 2. 16. 



w See Judg. 
6. 17, 37. 
1 Sam. 6. 7. 
& 14. 8. 

& 20. 7. 



X ch. 11. 29. 

& 22. 23. 



y ch. 26. 7. 
t Heb. 
good of 
countenance. 



z 1 Pet. 3. 8. 
&4.9. 



a ver. 12, 
56. 



b Exod. 32. 
2 3 

Isai'. 3. 19, 
20, 21. 
Ezek. 16. 
11, 12. 
1 f'et. 3. 3. 
N Oj, jewel 
for the fore- 
head. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1857. 



c eh. 22. 23. 



d ver. 52. 
Exod. 4. 31. 



e Exod. 18. 

10. 

Ruth 4. 14. 

1 Sam. 25. 
32,39. 

2 Sam. 18. 
28. 

Luke 1. 68. 
f ch 32. 10. 
Ps. 98. 3. 
g ver. 48. 



h ch.29.5. 



i ch. 26. 29. 
.Tndg. 17. 2. 
Ruth 3. 10. 
Ps. 115. 15. 



k ch. 43. 24. 
Judg. 19. 21. 



1 Job 23. 12. 
John 4. 34. 
Eph. 6. 5, 6, 
7. 



m ver. 1. 
ch. 13. 2. 



n ch. 21. 2. 

o ch. 21. 10. 
&25.5. 



p ver. 3. 



q ver. 4. 

r ver. 5. 

s ver. 7. 
t ch. 17. 1, 



Laban enterfaineth him. 

23 And said. Whose daughter art thou ? 
tell me, I pray thee : is there room in thy 
father's house for us to lodge in ? 

24 And she said unto him, ^=1 am the 
daughter of Bethuel the son of Milcah, which 
she bare unto Nahor. 

25 She said, moreover, unto him, We have 
both straw and provender enough, and room 
to lodge in. 

26 And the man "^ bowed down his head, 
and worshipped the Lord. 

27 And he said, ^Blessed be the Lord 
God of my master Abraham, who hath not 
left destitute my master of ^his mercy and 
his truth : I being in the way, the Lord 
^led me to the house of my master's brethren. 

28 And the damsel ran, and told them of 
her mother's house these things. 

29 IF And Rebekah had a brother, and his 
name was ^ Laban : and Laban ran out unto 
the man, unto the well. 

30 And it came to pass, when he saw the 
ear-ring, and bracelets upon his sister's hands, 
and when he heard the words of Rebekah his 
sister, saying. Thus spake the man unto me ; 
that he came unto the man, and behold, he 
stood by the camels at the well. 

31 And he said. Come in, 'thou blessed 
of the Lord, wherefore standest thou with- 
out? for I have prepared the house, and 
room for the camels. 

32 ^ And the man came into the house : 
and he ungirded his camels, and ^gave straw 
and provender for the camels, and water to 
wash his feet, and the men's feet that were 
with him. 

33 And there was set meat before him to 
eat : but he said, 'I will not eat until I have 
told mine errand. And he said. Speak on. 

34 And he said, I am Abraham's servant. 

35 And the Lord "" hath blessed my master 
greatly, and he is become great: and he hath 
given him flocks, and herds, and silver, and 
gold, and men-servants, and maid-servants, 
and camels, and asses. 

36 And Sarah, my master's wife," bare a son 
to my master when she was old : and °unto 
him hath he given all that he hath. 

37 And my master Pmade me swear, say- 
ing. Thou shalt not take a wife to my son of 
the daughters of the Canaanites, in whose 
land I dwell : 

38 iBut thou shalt go unto my father's 
house, and to my kindred, and take a wife 
unto my son. 

39 "^And I said unto my master, Peradven- 
ture the woman will not follow me. 

40 ^And he said unto me. The Lord, 
* before whom I walk, will send his angel 
with thee, and prosper thy way ; and thou 

32. 



The servant sheweth his message. 

shalt take a wife for my son of my kindred, 
and of my father's house. 

41 "Then shalt thou be clear from this 
mine oath, when thou comest to my kindred ; 
and if they give not thee o?ie, thou shalt be 
clear from my oath, 

42 And I came this day unto the well, 
and said, ^O Lord God of my master Abra- 
ham, if now thou do prosper my way which 
I go : 

43 ^Behold, I stand by the well of water ; 
and it shall come to pass, that when the 
virgin cometh forth to draw water, and I say 
to her. Give me, I pray thee, a little water 
of thy pitcher to drink ; 

44 And she say to me. Both drink thou, 
and I will also draw for thy camels : let the 
same be the woman whom the Lord hath 
appointed out for my master's son. 

45 ^And before I had done ^speaking in 
mine heart, behold, Rebekah came forth 
with her pitcher on her shoulder ; and she 
went down unto the well, and drew water : 
and I said unto her. Let me drink, I pray 
thee. 

46 And she made haste, and let down her 
pitcher from her shoulder, and said, Drink, 
and I will give thy camels drink also : so 
I drank, and she made the camels drink also. 

47 And I asked her, and said. Whose 
diughter art thou? And she said, The 

laughter of Bethuel, Nahor's son, whom 
Milcah bare unto him : and I ^put the 
ear-ring upon her face, and the bracelets 
upon her hands. 

48 ^ And I bowed down my head, and wor- 
shipped the Lord, and blessed the Lord 
God of my master Abraham, which had led 
me in the right way to take ''my master's 
brother's daughter unto his son. 

49 And now if ye will *^deal kindly and 
truly with my master, tell me : and if not, 
tell me ; that I may turn to the right hand, 
or to the left. 

50 Then Laban and Bethuel answered, 
and said, «The thing proceedeth from the 
Lord: we cannot ^ speak unto thee bad or 
good. 

51 Behold, Rebekah ei^ before thee, take 
her, and go, and let her be thy master's son's 
wife, as the Lord hath spoken. 

52 And it came to pass, that, when Abra- 
ham's servant heard their words, he ^wor- 
shipped the Lord, bowing himself to the 
earth, 

53 And the servant brought forth f 'jew- 
els of silver, and jewels of gold, and raiment, 
and gave them to Rebekah. He gave also to 
her brother and to her mother 
things. 



CHAP. XXV. 



'precious 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1857. 


1857. 


u ver. 8. 






1 ver. 56, 
& 59. 




II Or, a full 
year, or, ten 
months. 
Judg.14.8. 


w ver. 13. 




X ver. 13. 






m ch. 35. 8 


y ver. 15, 

&c. 

z 1 Sam. 1. 

13 


n ch 17. 16. 




och.22.17. 




p ch. 16. 14. 
& 25. 11. 


a Ezek. 16. 
11, 12. 


II Or, to 

pray. 

q Josh. 1.8. 

Ps. 1. 2. & 

77. 12. & 119. 

15. & 143. 5. 


b ver. 26. 






r Josh. 15. 

18. 


c ch. 22. 23. 




d ch. 47. 29. 
Josh. 2. 14. 




ePs. 118.23. 
Matt. 21.42. 
Mark 12. n. 
fch. 31.24. 




g ch. 20. 15. 


8 ch. 38. 12. 


h ver. 26. 




t Heb. 
vessels. 
i Exod. 3. 
22. & 11. 
2. & 12. 35. 


about 1853. 


k 2Chron. 
21.3. 
Ezra 1.6. 


a 1 Chron. 
1.32. 



Isaac mceteth Rebekah. 

54 And they did eat and drink, he and 
the men that were with him, and tarried all 
night ; and they rose up in the morning, and 
he said, ^ Send me away unto my master. 

55 And her brother and her mother said. 
Let the damsel abide with us || a few days, 
at the least ten ; after that she shall go. 

56 And he said unto them. Hinder me 
not, seeing the Lord hath prospered my 
way : send me away, that I may go to my 
master. 

57 And they said. We will call the dam- 
sel, and inquire at her mouth. 

58 And they called Rebekah, and said 
unto her. Wilt thou go with this man? 
And* she said, I will go. 

59 And they sent away Rebekah their 
sister, and ""her nurse, and Abraham's ser- 
vant, and his men. 

60 And they blessed Rebekah, and said 
unto her. Thou art our sister; be thou "/Ae 
mother of thousands of millions, and °let 
thy seed possess the gate of those which hate 
them. 

61 l[And Rebekah arose, and her damsels, 
and they rode upon the camels, and followed 
the man : and the servant took Rebekah, 
and went his way. 

62 And Isaac came from the way of the 
Pwell Lahai-roi; for he dwelt in the south 
country. 

63 And Isaac went out || ito meditate in 
the field at the even-tide : and he lifted up 
his eyes, and saw, and behold, the camels 
were coming. 

64 And Rebekah lifted up her eyes, and 
when she saw Isaac, ""she lighted off the 
camel. 

65 For she had said unto the servant, 
What man is this that walketh in the field 
to meet us ? And the servant had said. It is 
my master : therefore she took a vail and 
covered herself. 

66 And the servant told Isaac all things 
that he had done. 

67 And Isaac brought her into his mother 
Sarah's tent, and took Rebekah, and she be- 
came his wife ; and he loved her : and Isaac 
^was comforted after his mother's death. 

CHAP. XXV. 

1 The sons of Abraham hy Keturah. 5 The division of 
his goods. 7 His age, a7id death. 9 His burial. 
12 The generations of Ishviael. 17 His age, and 
death. 21 Isaac prayeth for Rebekah, being barren. 
22 The children strive in her woinb. 24 The birth of 
Esau and Jacob. 27 Their difference. 29 Esau 
selleth his birth-right. 

THEN again Abraham took a wife, and 
her name was Keturah. 
2 And * she bare him Zimran,and Jokshan, 

23 



Abraham's age, a7id death, 

and Medan, and Midian, and Ishbak, and 
Shuah. 

3 And Jokshan begat Sheba, and Dedan. 
And the sons of Dedan were Asshurim, 
and Letushim, and Leummim. 

4 And the sons of Midian ; Ephah, and 
Epher, and Hanoch, and Abidah, and El- 
daah. All these were the children of Ke- 
turah. 

5 IT And ^Abraham gave all that he had 
unto Isaac. 

6 But unto the sons of the concubines 
which Abraham had, Abraham gave gifts, 
and '^sent them away from Isaac his son 
(while he yet lived) eastward, unto ^the east 
country. 

7 And these are the days of the years 
of Abraham's life which he lived, an hun- 
dred threescore and fifteen years. 

8 Then Abraham gave up the ghost, and 
"died in a good old age, an old man, and 
full of years ; and ^was gathered to his 
people. 

9 And shis sons Isaac andlshmael buried 
him in the cave of Machpelah, in the field 
of Ephron the son of Zohar the Hittite, 
which is before Mamre ; 

10 ''The field which Abraham purchased 
of the sons of Heth : 'there was Abraham 
buried, and Sarah his wife. 

11 IF And it came to pass after the death 
of Abraham, that God blessed his son Isaac : 
and Isaac dwelt by the "^^well Lahai-roi. 

12 1[ Now these are the generations of 
Ishmael, Abraham's son, 'whom Hagar the 
Egyptian, Sarah's handmaid, bare unto 
Abraham. 

13 And ""these are the names of the sons 
of Ishmael, by their names, according to 
their generations : the first-born of Ishmael, 
Nebajoth ; and Kedar, and Adbeel, and 
Mibsam, 

14 And Mishma, and Dumah, and Massa, 

15 II Hadar, and Tema, Jetur, Naphish, 
and Kedemah : 

16 These are the sons of Ishmael, and 
these are their names, by their towns, and 
by their castles ; "twelve princes according 
to their nations. 

17 And these are the years of the life of 
Ishmael : an hundred and thirty and seven 
years : and he °gave up the ghost and died, 
and was gathered unto his people. 

18 PAnd they dwelt from Havilah unto 
Shur, that is before Egypt, as thou goest 
toward Assyria: arid he t died •lin the 
presence of all his brethren. 

19 II And these are the generations of 
Isaac, Abraham's son : "^ Abraham begat Isaac : 

20 And Isaac was forty years old when 



GENESIS. 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1853. 



b ch. 24. 36. 



c ch. 21. 14. 
d Judg. 6. 3. 

1823. 



e ch. 15. 15. 

& 49. 29. 

f cb. 35. 29. 
& 49. 33. 



e ch.35.29. 
& 50. 13. 



h ch.23.16. 
i ch. 49. 31. 



k ch.16.14. 
Si. 24. 62. 



1 ch. 16. 15. 



about T800. 
m 1 Chron. 
1. 29. 



II Or. 
Hndad. 
) Chron. 1. 
30. 



n ch. 17. 20. 



1773. 



o vcr. 8. 



1 Sam. 15. 



t Heb./eH. 
Ps. 78. 64. 
q ch. 16. 12. 



r Matt. 1. 2. 
1857. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1857. 

s ch. 22.2.3. 

t ch. 24. 29. 

1838. 



u 1 Chron. 

5. 20. 

2 Chron. 33. 

13. 

Ezra 8. 23. 

w Rom. 9. 

10. 



X 1 Sam. 9. 
9. & 10. 22. 



y ch. 17. 16. 
&a4.60. 



z 2 Sam. 8. 
14. 

a ch.27.29. 
Mai. 1. 3. 
Rom. 9. 12. 



b ch. 27. 11, 
16, 23. 



c Hoa. 12 3. 

d ch.27.36. 
1937. 



e ch. 27. 3, 

5. 

f Jobl. 1,8. 

&2. 3. 

Ps. 37. 37. 

gHebr.11.9. 

t Heb. 

venison 

was in his 

movtfi. 

h ch. 27. 19, 

25, 31. 

i ch. 27. 6. 



tHeb. 

with, that 

red, with 

that red pot- 

taee. 

II That is, 

red. 



about 1805. 
t Heb. 
going to die. 



k Hebr. 12. 
16. 



I Eccles. 8. 

15. 

Isai. 22. n. 

1 Cor. 15. 32. 



about 1804. 
a ch. 12. 10. 



The birth of Esau and Jacob, 

he took Rebekah to wife, Hhe daughter of 
Bethuel the Syrian of Padan-aram, Hhe sis- 
ter to Laban the Syrian. 

21 And Isaac entreated the Lord for 
his wife, because she was barren : " and the 
Lord was entreated of him, and ^Rebekah 
his wife conceived. 

22 And the children struggled together 
within her: and she said. If it be so, why 
am I thus? ^And she went to inquire of 
the Lord. 

23 And the Lord said unto her, yTwo 
nations are in thy womb, and two manner 
of people shall be separated from thy bowels : 
and ''the one people shall be stronger than 
the other people; and ^the elder shall serve 
the younger. 

24 IF And when her days to be delivered 
were fulfilled, behold, there were twins in 
her womb. 

25 And the first came out red, ^all over 
like an hairy garment : and they called his 
name Esau. 

26 And after that came his brother out, 
and •^his hand took hold on Esau's heel ; and 
■^his name was called Jacob : and Isaac was 
threescore years old when she bare them. 

27 And the boys grew : and Esau was 
®a cunning hunter, a man of the field ; and 
Jacob was ''a plain man ? dwelling in tents. 

28 And Isaac loved Esau, because t he 
did ''eat of his venison : 'but Rebekah loved 
Jacob. 

29 IT And Jacob sod pottage : and Esau 
came from the field, and he was faint. 

30 And Esau said to Jacob, Feed me, I 
pray thee, t with that same red pottage ; for 

I am faint : therefore was his name called 

II Edom. 

31 And Jacob said. Sell me this day thy 
birthright. 

32 And Esau said. Behold, I am t at the 
point to die : and what profit shall this 
birthright do to me ? 

33 And Jacob said, Swear to me this 
day ; and he sware unto him : and ''he sold 
his birthright unto Jacob. 

34 Then Jacob gave Esau bread and pot- 
tage of lentiles ; and ' he did eat and drink, 
and rose up, and went his way : thus Esau 
despised his birthright. 

CHAP. XXVL 

1 Isaac because of famine went to Gerar. 2 God in- 
structeth,and blesseth him. 7 He is reproved by Abi- 
melech for denying his wife. 12 He groweth rich. 
18 He diggeth Esek, Sitnah, and Rehoboth. 26 Abi' 
melech maketh a covenant with him at Beer-sheba. 
34 Esau's wives. 

ND there was a famine in the land, 
besides ^the first famine that was in 
24 



A 



Isaac denieth his wife, 

the days of Abraham. And Isaac went unto 
''Abimelech king of the Philistines unto 
Gerar. 

2 And the Lord appeared unto him, 
and said, Go not down into Egypt : dwell 
in •= the land which I shall tell thee of. 

3 ^Sojourn in this land, and ®I will be 
with thee, and ^will bless thee : for unto 
thee, and unto thy seed ? I will give all 
these countries, and I will perform ^the oath 
which I sware unto Abraham thy father ; 

4 And 'I will make thy seed to multiply 
as the stars of heaven, and will give unto thy 
seed all these countries : ''and in thy seed 
shall all the nations of the earth be blessed : 

5 'Because that Abraham obeyed my 
voice, and kept my charge, my command- 
ments, my statutes, and my laws. 

6 1 And Isaac dwelt in Gerar : 

7 And the men of the place asked Am of 
his wife; and ™he said. She is my sister: for 
"he feared to say. She is my wife ; lest, said 
he, the men of the place should kill me for 
Rebekah ; because she °was fair to look upon. 

8 And it came to pass when he had been 
there a long time, that Abimelech king of 
the Philistines looked out at a window, and 
saw, and behold, Isaac was sporting with 
Rebekah his wife. 

9 And Abimelech called Isaac, and said. 
Behold, of a surety she is thy wife : and how 
saidst thou. She is my sister ? And Isaac said 
unto him. Because I said. Lest I die for her. 

10 And Abimelech said. What is this thou 
hast done unto us ? one of the people might 
lightly have lien with thy wife, and Pthou 
shouldest have brought guiltiness upon us. 

11 And Abimelech charged all his peo- 
ple, saying. He that itoucheth this man or 
his wife shall surely be put to death. 

12 Then Isaac sowed in that land, and 
t received in the same year'"anhundred-fold: 
and the Lord ^ blessed him : 

13 And the man Hvaxed great, and twent 
forward, and grew until he became very 
great : 

14 For he had possession of flocks, and 
possession of herds, and great store of || ser- 
vants : and the Philistines "^envied him. 

15 For all the wells ^ which his father's 
servants had digged in the days of Abraham 
his father, the Philistines had stopped them, 
and filled them with earth. 

16 And Abimelech said unto Isaac, Go 
from us : for ^ thou art much mightier than 
we. 

171" Andlsaacdepartedthence, and pitched 
his tent in the valley of Gerar, and dwelt 
there. 

18 And Isaac digged again the wells of 

D 



CHAP. XXVL 



Abimelcch^s covenant with Isaac. 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1804. 


1 Before 
CHRIST 
about 1804. 


b ch. 20. 2. 






y ch.21.31. 


c ch. 12. 1. 




d ch. 20. 1. 
Ps. 39. 12. 
Hcbr. 11. 9. 
e ch. 28. 15. 
f ch. 12. 1. 
e ch. 13. 15. 
& 1.5. 18. 
h ch. 22. 16. 
Ps. 105. 9. 


t Heb. 
living. 

z ch. 21.25. 


i ch. 15. 5. 
& 22. 17. 

k ch. 12. 3. 

& 2-2. 18. 


II That is, 
Ckintcntian. 


1 ch. 22. 16, 

18. 


II That is, 
Hatred. 




11 That is, 
Room. 


Ill rh. 12. 13. 
& 20. 2, 13. 

n Prov. 29. 
25. 


a cb. 17. 6. 
& 28. 3. & 
41. 52. 
Exod. 1. 7. 


ch. 24. 16. 






b ch. 17. 7. 
& 24. 12. & 
28.13. 
Exod. 3. fi. 
Acts 7. 32. 
c ch. 15. 1. 
d ver. 3, 4. 




e ch. 12. 7. 
& 13. 18. 

f Ps. 116. 17. 


p ch. 20. 9. 


gcli.21.22. 




h Judg. 11. 


q Pa. 105. 15. 


i ver. 16. 


t Heb. 
fovnd. 
r Matt. 13. 
8. 

Mark 4. 8. 
s ver. 3. 
rh.24. 1.35. 
Job 42. J2. 
t ch. 24. 35. 
Ps. 112. 3. 
Prov. 10. 22. 
t Heb. 
werit going. 


t Heb. 

Seeing we 

saw. 

k ch. 21. 22, 

23. 

t Heb. 
If thou 
Shalt, Src. 


11 Or, 

husbandry. 
u ch. 37. 11. 
Eccles. 4. 4. 
w ch. 21.30. 


1 ch. 24. 31. 
Ps. 115. 15. 

m ch. 19. 3. 




n ch 21.31. 


X Exod. 1.9. 






II That is, 
an oath. 
och. 31.31. 



water which they had digged in the days 
of Abraham his father ; for the Philistines 
had stopped them after the death of Abra- 
ham : yand he called their names after the 
names by which his father had called 
them, 

19 And Isaac's servants digged in the 
valley, and found there a well of t spring- 
ing water. 

20 And the herdmen of Gerar ^did strive 
with Isaac's herdmen, saying. The water is 
ours : and he called the name of the well 
II Esck ; because they strove with him. 

21 And they digged another well, and 
strove for that also : and he called the name 
of it II Sitnah, 

22 And he removed from thence, and dig- 
ged another well ; and for that they strove 
not : and he called the name of it || Reho- 
both ; and he said. For now the Lord hath 
made room for us, and we shall ^be fruitful 
in the land. 

23 And he went up from thence to 
Beer-sheba. 

24 And the Lord appeared unto him 
the same night, and said, ^1 am the God of 
Abraham thy father: ''fear not, for ''I am 
with thee, and will bless thee, and multiply 
thy seed for my servant Abraham's sake. 

25 And he ^builded an altar there, and 
^called upon the name of the Lord, and 
pitched his tent there : and there Isaac's 
servants digged a well. 

26 IT Then Abimelech w ent to him from 
Gerar, and Ahuzzath one of his friends, 
?and Phichol the chief captain of his army. 

27 And Isaac said unto them. Wherefore 
come ye to me, seeing ''ye hate me, and 
have 'sent me away from you ? 

28 And they said, t We saw certainly 
that the Lord ""was with thee : and we 
said. Let there be now an oath betwixt us, 
even betwixt us and thee, and let us make a 
covenant with thee : 

29 t That thou Avilt do us no hurt, as we 
have not touched thee, and as we have 
done unto thee nothing but good, and have 
sent thee away in peace : 'thou art now 
the blessed of the Lord. 

30 ""And he made them a feast, and they 
did eat and drink. 

31 And they rose up betimes in the 
morning, and ^ sware one to another : and 
Isaac sent them away, and they departed 
from him in peace. 

32 And it came to pass the same day, 
that Isaac's servants came and told him 
concerning the well which they had digged, 
and said unto him, We have found water. 

33 And he called it || Shebah : ° therefore 



2i3 



Isaac sendeth Esau for venison, 

the name of the city is || Beer-sheba unto 
this day. 

34 1 P And Esau was forty years old when 
he took to wife Judith the daughter of 
Beeri the Hittite, and Bashemath the daugh- 
ter of Elon the Hittite : 

35 Wliich 'iwere f a grief of mind unto 
Isaac and to Rebekah. 

CHAP. XXVH. 

1 Isaac sendeth Esau for venison. 6 Rebekah instructeth 
Jacob to obtain the blessing. 15 Jacob under the per- 
son of Esau ohtaineth it. 30 Esau bringeth venison. 
33 Isaac trembleth. 34 Esau complaineth, and by 
importunitij obtaineth a blessing. 41 He threateneth 
Jacob. 42 Rebekah disappointeth it. 

AND it came to pass, that when Isaac 
was old, and ^his eyes were dim, so that 
he could not see, he called Esau his eldest 
son, and said unto him. My son : and he 
said unto him, Behold, here am I. 

2 And he said. Behold now, I am old, I 
^know not the day of my death : 

3 <=NoAv therefore take, I pray thee, thy 
weapons, thy quiver and thy bow, and go out 
to the field, and ttake me some venison ; 

4 And make me savoury meat, such as 
I love, and bring it to me, that I may 
eat ; that my soul "^may bless thee before 
I die. 

5 And Rebekah heard when Isaac spake 
to Esau his son : and Esau went to the field 
to hunt /or venison, and to bring it. 

6 H And Rebekah spake unto Jacob her 
son, saying. Behold, I heard thy father speak 
unto Esau thy brother, saying, 

7 Bring me venison, and make me savoury 
meat, that I may eat, and bless thee before 
the Lord, before my death. 

8 Now therefore, my son, •'obey my voice, 
according to that which I command thee. 

9 Go now to the flock, and fetch me from 
thence two good kids of the goats ; and I will 
make them ^ savoury meat for thy father, such 
as he loveth : 

10 And thou shalt bring it to thy father, 
that he may eat, and that he smay bless thee 
before his death. 

1 1 And Jacob said to Rebekah his mother. 
Behold, "^Esau my brother is a hairy man, 
and I am a smooth man : 

12 My father perad venture will 'feel me, 
and I shall seem to him as a deceiver ; and 
I shall bring ''a curse upon me, and not 
a blessing. 

13 And his mother said unto him, ' Upon 
me he thy curse, my son ; only obey my voice, 
and go fetch me them. 

14 And he went, and fetched, and brought 
them to his mother : and his mother "'made 
savoury meat, such as his father loved. 



GENESIS. 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1804. 

II That is, 
the well of 
t/ie oath. 
1796. 
p ch. 36. 2. 



Q ch.27. 46. 
&. 28. 1, 8. 
t Heb. bit- 
terness of 
spirit. 



about 1760. 

a ch. 48. 10. 
1 Sam. 3. 2. 



bProv.27.1. 
Jam. 4. 14. 

c ch.25.27, 

28. 



t Heb. hunt. 



d ver. 27. 
ch. 48. 9, 15. 
& 49. 28. 
Deut. 33. 1. 



e ver. 13. 



f ver. 4. 



g ver. 4. 



h ch.25.25. 



ver. 22. 



k ch. 9. 25. 
Deut. 27. 18. 



1 rh. 43. 9. 

1 Sam. 25. 
24. 

2 Sam. 14. 9. 
Matt. 27. 25. 



ra ver. 4, 9. 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1760. 



t Heb. 
desirable. 
n ver. 27. 



o ver. 4. 



t Heb. be- 
fore mc. 



p vor. 12. 



q ver. 16. 



r ver. 4. 



s Hos. 14. 6. 



t Hebr. 11. 

20. 

u Deut. 33. 

13. 28. 

2 Sam. 1.21. 

w ch. 45. 18. 

X Deut. 33. 

28. 

y ch. 9. 25. 

& 25. 23. 



z ch. 49. 8. 

a ch. 12. 3. 
Numb. 24. 
9. 



Jacob obtaineth the blessing, 

15 And Rebekah took t" goodly raiment 
of her eldest son Esau, which were with her 
in the house, and put them upon Jacob her 
younger son : 

16 And she put the skins of the kids of 
the goats upon his hands, and upon the 
smooth of his neck : 

17 And she gave the savoury meat and 
the bread, which she had prepared, into the 
hand of her son Jacob. 

18 H And he came unto his father, and 
said. My father. And he said, Here am I ; 
who art thou, my son ? 

19 And Jacob said unto his father, I am 
Esau thy first-born ; I have done according 
as thou badest me : arise, I pray thee, sit 
and eat of my venison, "that thy soul may 
bless mc. 

20 And Isaac said unto his son. How is it 
that thou hast found it so quickly, my son ? 
And he said. Because the Lord thy God 
brought it t to me. 

21 And Isaac said unto Jacob, Come near, 
I pray thee, that I Pmay feel thee, my son, 
whether thou he my very son Esau, or not. 

22 And Jacob went near unto Isaac his 
father ; and he felt him, and said. The voice 
is Jacob's voice, but the hands are the hands 
of Esau. 

23 And he discerned him not, because 
ihis hands were hairy, as his brother Esau's 
hands : so he blessed him. 

24 And he said. Art thou my very son 
Esau ? And he said, I am. 

25 And he said. Bring it near to me, and 
I will eat of my son's venison, Uhat my soul 
may bless thee. And he brought it near to 
him, and he did eat : and he brought him 
wine, and he drank. 

26 And his father Isaac said unto him, 
Come near now, and kiss me, my son. 

27 And he came near, and kissed him: 
and he smelled the smell of his raiment, and 
blessed him, and said. See, Hhe smell of my 
son is as the smell of a field which the Lord 
hath blessed : 

28 Therefore ^God give thee of "the dew 
of heaven, and ^the fatness of the earth, and 
'Aplenty of corn and wine : 

29 yLet people serve thee, and nations 
bow down to thee ; be lord over thy brethren, 
and ^let thy mother's sons bow down to thee : 
^cursed he every one that curseth thee, and 
blessed be he that blesseth thee. 

30 IT And it came to pass, as soon as Isaac 
had made an end of blessing Jacob, and Jacob 
was yet scarce gone out from the presence of 
Isaac his father, that Esau his brother came 
in from his hunting. 

31 And he also had made savoury meat, 

26 



Esau threateneth Jacob, 



CHAP. XXVIII. 



Jacob is sent to Padan-aram, 



and brought it unto his father ; and said unto 
his father, Let my father arise, and ''eat of 
his son's venison, that thy soul may bless me. 

32 And Isaac his father said unto him. 
Who art thou ? And he said, I am thy son, 
thy first-born, Esau. 

33 And Isaac t trembled very exceedingly, 
and said, Who ? where is he that hath f taken 
venison, and brought it me, and I have eaten 
of all before thou camest, and have blessed 
him? yea, '^and he shall be blessed. 

34 And when Esau heard the words of 
his father, ''he cried with a great and ex- 
ceeding bitter cry, and said unto his father. 
Bless me, even me also, O my father ! 

35 And he said. Thy brother came with 
subtilty, and hath taken away thy blessing. 

36 And he said, «Is not he rightly named 
II Jacob ? for he hath supplanted me these 
two times: ''he took away my birth-right ; 
and behold, now he hath taken away my 
blessing. And he said. Hast thou not re- 
served a blessing for me ? 

37 And Isaac answered and said unto 
Esau, s Behold, I have made him thy lord, 
and all his brethren have I given to him for 
servants ; and '^with corn and wine have 
I II sustained him : and what shall I do now 
unto thee, my son ? 

38 And Esau said unto his father. Hast 
thou but one blessing, my father ? bless me, 
even me also, O my father ! And Esau lifted 
up his voice, 'and wept. 

39 And Isaac his father answered, and 
said unto him. Behold, '^thy dwelling shall 
be I the fatness of the earth, and of the dew 
of heaven from above ; 

40 And by thy sword shalt thou live, 
and 'shalt serve thy brother: and ""it shall 
come to pass when thou shalt have the do- 
minion, that thou shalt break his yoke from 
off thy neck. 

41 H And Esau "^ hated Jacob because of 
the blessing wherewith his father blessed 
him: and Esau said in his heart, °The days 
of mourning for my father are at hand, Pthen 
will I slay my brother Jacob. 

42 And these words of Esau her elder 
son were told to Rebekah : and she sent and 
called Jacob her younger son, and said unto 
him. Behold, thy brother Esau, as touching 
thee, doth i comfort himself, purposing to 
kill thee. 

43 Now therefore, my son, obey my voice : 
and arise, flee thou to Laban my brother --to 
Haran ; 

44 And tarry with him a few days, until 
thy brother's fury turn away ; 

45 Until thy brother's anger turn away 
from thee, and he forget that which thou hast 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1760. 



b ver. 4. 



t Heb. trem- 
bled with a 
great trem- 
bling great- 
ly. 

t Heb. 
hunted. 



c ch.28.3,4. 
Rom. 11. 29. 



d Hebr. 12. 

17. 



e ch.25.26. 

II That is, a 
supplanter. 

f ch. 25. 33. 



e Fulfilled, 
2 Sam. 8. 14. 
ver. 29. 



h ver. 28. 

II Or, sup- 
ported. 



i Hebr. 12. 
17. 



k ver. 28. 
Hebr. 11.20. 

11 Or, of the 
fatness. 



1 ch.25.23. 
Obad. 18, 
19, 20. 

2 Sam. 8. 14. 
m 2Kinga 
8.20 



n ch. 37. 4, 



o ch. 50. 3, 

4, 10. 

p Obad. 10. 



q Ps. 64. .5. 



r ch. 11.31. 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1760. 



8 ch. 26. 35. 

&.28.8. 



t ch 24. 3. 



1760. 
a ch. 27.33. 



b ch. 24. 3. 



cHos.12.12. 
d ch. 25.20. 

e ch. 22. 23. 



fch.24.29. 
gch.17.1,6 



t Heb. an 
a^^embly of 
people. 
h ch. 12. 2. 



t Heb. of 

thy sojourn- 

ings. 

i ch. 17. 8. 



k ch. 24. 3. 
&26. 35. 
+ Heb. were 
evil in the 
eiies, i$-c. 
about 1760. 

1 ch. 36. 3, 
she is called 
Bashcmath. 
m cli. 25. 13. 



n Ho3. 12. 
12. 

o Called, 
Acts 7. 2, 
Charran. 



n ch. 41. 1. 
Job 33. 15. 



q John 1.. 51. 
Hebr. 1. 14. 



done to him : then I will send, and fetch 
thee from thence. Why should I be deprived 
also of you both in one day? 

46 And Rebekah said to Isaac, ^I am 
weary of my life, because of the daughters of 
Heth : * if Jacob take a wife of the daughters 
of Heth, such as these which are of the 
daughters of the land, what good shall my 
life do me ? 

CHAP. XXVIII. 

1 Isaac blesseth Jacob, and sendeth him to Padan-aram. 
6 Esau marrieth Mahalath the daughter of Ishmael. 
10 The vision of Jacob'' s ladder. 18 The stone of 
Beth-el. 20 Jacobus voio. 

AND Isaac called Jacob, and ^blessed him, 
and charged him, and said unto him, 
'' Thou shalt not take a wife of the daughters 
of Canaan. 

2 *= Arise, go to ''Padan-aram, to the house 
of ^ Bethuel thy mother's father ; and take 
thee a wife from thence of the daughters of 
'^Laban thy mother's brother. 

3 ^And God Almighty bless thee, and 
make thee fruitful, and multiply thee, that 
thou mayest be fa multitude of people ; 

4 And give thee ''the blessing of Abra- 
ham, to thee, and to thy seed with thee ; 
that thou mayest inherit the land t 'wherein 
thou art a stranger, which God gave unto 
Abraham. 

5 And Isaac sent away Jacob : and he 
went to Padan-aram unto Laban, son of 
Bethuel the Syrian, the brother of Rebekah, 
Jacob's and Esau's mother. 

6 IF When Esau saw that Isaac had blessed 
Jacob, and sent him away to Padan-aram, to 
take him a wife from thence ; and that as 
he blessed him, he gave him a charge, saying, 
Thou shalt not take a wife of the daughters 
of Canaan ; 

7 And that Jacob obeyed his father, and 
his mother, and was gone to Padan-aram ; 

8 And Esau seeing ^ that the daughters of 
Canaan t pleased not Isaac his father ; 

9 Then went Esau unto Ishmael, and took 
unto the wives which he had, 'Mahalath the 
daughter of Ishmael, Abraham's son, ""the 
sister of Nebajoth, to be his wife. 

10 HAnd Jacob "went out from Beer-sheba, 
and went toward ° Haran. 

11 And he lighted upon a certain place, 
and tarried there all night, because the sun 
was set : and he took of the stones of that 
place, and put them for his pillows, and lay 
down in that place to sleep. 

12 And he p dreamed, and behold, a ladder 
set up on the earth, and the top of it reached 
to heaven : and behold, "J the angels of God 
ascending and descending on it. 

27 



Jacobus vow. 



GENESIS. 



Lahan entertaineth him. 



13 "^And behold, the Lord stood above 
it, and said, ^I am the Lord God of Abra- 
ham thy father, and the God of Isaac : Hhe 
land whereon thou liest, to thee will I give 
it, and to thy seed. 

14 And "thy seed shall be as the dust of 
the earth ; and thou shalt t spread abroad ^ to 
the west, and to the east, and to the north, 
and to the south : and in thee and "" in thy 
seed shall all the families of the earth be 
blessed. 

15 And behold, yl am with thee, and will 
^keep thee in all places whither thou goest, 
and will =^ bring thee again into this land: for 
''I will not leave thee, *= until I have done that 
which I have spoken to thee of. 

16 IF And Jacob awaked out of his sleep, 
and he said. Surely the Lord is in ''this place; 
and I knew it not. 

17 And he was afraid, and said. How 
dreadful is this place ! this is none other but 
the house of God, and this is the gate of 
heaven. 

18 And Jacob rose up early in the morn- 
ing, and took the stone that he had put for 
his pillows, and ®set it up for a pillar, 'and 
poured oil upon the top of it. 

19 And he called the name of ?that place 
II Beth-el : but the name of that city was 
called Luz at the first. 

20 '' And Jacob vowed a vow, saying. If 
'God will be with me, and will keep me in 
this way that I go, and will give me "^ bread 
to eat, and raiment to put on, 

21 So that 'I come again to my father's 
house in peace; '"then shall the Lord be my 
God : 

22 And this stone, which I have set for a 
pillar, "shall be God's house : °and of all that 
thou shalt give me, I will surely give the 
tenth unto thee. 

CHAP. XXIX. 

1 Jacob Cometh to the well of Haran. 9 He taketh ac- 
quaintance of Rachel. 13 Lahan entertaineth him. 
18 Jacob covenanteth for Rachel. 23 He is deceived 
with Leah. 28 He marrieth also Rachel, and serveth 
for her seveyi years more. 32 Leah beareth Reuben, 
33 Simeon, 34 Levi, 35 and Judah. 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1760. 



HEN Jacob fwent on his journey, ''and 
came into the land of the t people of the 



T 

east. 

2 And he looked, and behold, a well in the 
field, and lo, there were three flocks of sheep 
lying by it ; for out of that well they watered 
the flocks : and a great stone was upon the 
well's mouth. 

3 And thither were all the flocks gather- 
ed : and they rolled the stone from the well's 
mouth and watered the sheep, and put the 
stone again upon the well's mouth in his 
place. 



r ch. 35. 1. 
& 48. 3. 
s ch. 20. 24. 
t ch. 13. 15. 
& 35. 12. 



u ch. 13. 16. 

t Heb. 
break forth, 
w ch. 13. 14. 
Dcut. 12. 20. 

X eh. 12. 3. 

& 18. 18. 
& 22. 18. 
& 26. 4. 



y See ver. 
20,21. 
oh. 26. 24. 

6. 31. 3. 

z ch. 48 16. 
Ps. 121. 5, 

7, 8. 

a ch. 35. 6. 

b Deut.28. 

6. 

Josh. 1. 5. 

1 Kings 8. 

57. 

Hebr. 13. 5. 

c Numb. 2.3. 

19. 

d E.\ort.3. 5. 

Josli. 3. 15. 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1760. 



e ch. 31.13, 
45. & 35. 14. 
f Lev. 8. 10, 
11, 12. 
Numb. 7. 1. 
g Ju(ig. 1. 
23,26. 
Hos. 4. 15. 
II That is, 
the house of 
Ood. 

h ch 31.13. 
.Tudg. 11. 30. 
2 Sam. 15. 8. 
i ver. 15. 

klTim.6.8. 



1 Judg. 11. 
31. 

2 Sam. 19. 
24, 30. 

m Deut. 26. 

17. 

2 Sam. 15. 8. 

2 Kings 5. 17. 

n ch. 35. 7, 

14. 

o Lev. 27. 

30. 



t Heb. lift 

up his feet. 

a Numb. 23. 

7. 

Hos. 12. 12. 

t Heb. 

children. 



tHeb. la 
there peace 
to him? 
b ch. 43. 27. 



t Heb. pet 
the day is 
great. 



c Exod. 2. 
16. 



d Exod. 2. 
17. 



e ch. 33. 4. 
& 45. 14, 15. 



f ch, 13. 8. 
& 14. 14, 16. 



g ch.24.28. 



t Heb. 
hearing. 
h ch.24.29. 



i ch. 2. 23. 
Judg. 9. 2. 
2 Sam. ,5. 1. 
& 19. 12, 
13. 

t Heb. a 
month of 
days. 



k ch. 31.41. 
2 Sam. 3.14. 



1 ch. 30. 26. 
Hos. 12. 12. 



1753. 



m Judg. 15. 



4 And Jacob said unto them. My brethren, 
whence be ye ? And they said. Of Haran 
are we. 

5 And he said unto them. Know ye Laban 
the son of Nahor ? And they said. We know 
him. 

6 And he said unto them, -f^Is he well ? 
And they said. He is well : and behold, 
Rachel his daughter cometh with the sheep. 

7 And he said, Lo, t^^ is yet high day, 
neither is it time that the cattle should be 
gathered together ; water ye the sheep, and 
go and feed them. 

8 And they said. We cannot, until all 
the flocks be gathered together, and till they 
roll the stone from the well's mouth ; then we 
water the sheep. 

9 IF And while he yet spake with them, 
'^ Rachel came with her father's sheep : for she 
kept them. 

10 And it came to pass, when Jacob saw 
Rachel the daughter of Laban his mother's 
brother, and the sheep of Laban his mother's 
brother, that Jacob went near, and '^ rolled the 
stone from the well's mouth, and watered 
the flock of Laban his mother's brother. 

11 And Jacob ® kissed Rachel, and lifted 
up his voice, and wept. 

12 And Jacob told Rachel that he was ''her 
father's brother, and that he was Rebekah's 
son ; Sand she ran and told her father. 

13 And it came to pass when Laban heard 
the t tidings of Jacob his sister's son, that ''he 
ran to meet him, and embraced him, and 
kissed him, and brought him to his house. 
And he told Laban all these things. 

14 And Laban said to him, "Surely thou 
art my bone and my flesh : and he abode 
with him fthe space of a month. 

15 IF And Laban said unto Jacob, Because 
thou art my brother, shouldest thou therefore 
serve me for nought ? tell me, what shall thy 
wages be ? 

16 And Laban had two daughters : the 
name of the elder icas Leah, and the name 
of the younger was Rachel. 

17 Leah was tender-eyed, but Rachel 
was beautiful and well-favoured. 

18 And Jacob loved Rachel ; and said, 
■^I will serve thee seven years for Rachel thy 
younger daughter. 

19 And Laban said. It is better that 1 
give her to thee, than that I should give her 
to another man : abide with me. 

20 And Jacob 'served seven years for 
Rachel ; and they seemed unto him but a few 
days, for the love he had to her. 

21 IF And Jacob said unto Laban, Give 
me my wife (for my days are fulfilled) that 
I may ""go in unto her. 

28 ■ 



1^7(^7 



Laban deceiveth Jacob. 

22 And Laban gathered together all the 
men of the place, and "made a feast. 

23 And it came to pass in the even- 
ing, that he took Leah his daughter, and 
brought her to him j and he went in unto 
her. 

24 And Laban gave unto his daughter 
Leah, Zilpah his maid, ybr an handmaid. 

25 And it came to pass, that in the morn- 
ing, behold, it teas Leah : and he said to 
Laban, What is this thou hast done unto 
me ? did not I serve with thee for Rachel ? 
wherefore then hast thou beguiled me ? 

26 And Laban said, It must not be so 
done in our country, f to give the younger 
before the first-born. 

27 ° Fulfil her week, and we will give thee 
this also, for the service which thou shalt serve 
with me yet seven other years. 

28 And Jacob did so, and fulfilled her 
week : and he gave him Rachel his daughter 
to wife also. 

29 And Laban gave to Rachel his daugh- 
ter, BiJhah his handmaid, to be her maid. 

30 And he went in also unto Rachel, and 
he P loved also Rachel more than Leah, and 
served with him '!yet seven other years. 

31 IF And when the Lord "^ saw that Leah 
was hated, he ^ opened her womb : but Rachel 
was barren. 

32 And Leah conceived, and bare a son ; 
and she called his name || Reuben : for she 
said, Surely the Lord hath looked upon my 
affliction ; now therefore my husband will 
love me. 

33 And she conceived again, and bare a 
son ; and said. Because the Lord hath heard 
that I was hated, he hath therefore given 
me this son also : and she called his name 
II Simeon. 

34 And she conceived again, and bare a 
son ; and said. Now this time will my hus- 
band be joined unto me, because I have borne 
him three sons: therefore was his name called 
II Levi. 

35 And she conceived again, and bare a 
son: and she said. Now will I praise the 
Lord : therefore she called his name " || Ju- 
dah, and t left bearing. 

CHAP. XXX. 

1 Rachel,in grief for her barrenness, giveth Bilhah her 
maid imto Jacob. 5 She beareth Dan, and Naphtali. 
9 Leah giveth Zilpah her maid, who beareth Gad and 
Asher. 14 Reuben Jindeth mandrakes, with which Leah 
buyeth her husband of Rachel. 17 Leah beareth Issa- 
char, Zebulun, and Dinah. 22 Rachel beareth Joseph. 
25 Jacob desireth to depart. 27 Laban stayeth him. on 
a new covenant. 37 Jacob's policy, whereby he became 
rich. 

ND when Rachel saw that *she bare 
Jacob no children, Rachel ''envied her 



CHAP. XXX. 



A 



Before 

CHRIST 

1753. 



n Judg. 14. 

10. 

John 2. 1,2. 



Wieh. place. 



o Judges 
14. 12. 



p ver 20. 
Deut. 21. 15. 

q ch. 30. 26. 
& 31. 41. 
Hos. 12. 12. 
r Ps. 127. 3. 

s ch. 30. 1. 



about 1752. 

II That is, 
see a son. 

t Exod. 3. 7. 
& 4. 31. 
Deut. 20. 7. 
Ps. 25. 18. 
& 106. 44. 



about 1751. 



II That is, 
hearinf. 
about 1750. 



IJ That is, 
joined. 
See Numb. 
IS. 2, 4. 
about 1749. 

u Matt. 1. 2. 
II That is, 
praise. 
t Heb. 
stood from 
bearing. 



about 1749. 
a ch.29.31. 

b cb.37.11. 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1749. 



c Job 5. 2. 



d ch. 16. 2. 
1 Sam. 1. 5. 



e ch. 16.2. 

f ch. 50. 23. 
Job 3. 12. 

g ch. 16.2. 
T Heb. be 
built by her. 



h ch. 16.3. 

& 35. 22. 

about 1748. 



i Ps. 35. 24. 
& 43. 1. 
Lam. 3. 59. 



II That is, 
judging. 
about 1747. 



tHeb. 
wrestlings 
of God. 
ch. 23. 6. 



IJThatis, TO2/ 
wrestling. 
k Called, 
Matt. 4. 13, 
M'phthatim. 
about 1749. 
1 ver. 4. 



about 1748. 



II That is, ( 
troop, or, 
company. 
Isai. 65. 11. 
about 1747. 



t Heb. in my 
happiness. 

m Prov.31. 

28. 

Luke 1. 48. 
II That is, 
happy. 



about 1748. 
n ch. 25. 30. 



o Numb. 
16.9,13. 



about 1747. 



II That is, 
an hire. 



Rachel grieveth for her barrenness, 

sister ; and said unto Jacob, Give me chil- 
dren, '^or else I die. 

2 And Jacob's anger was kindled against 
Rachel; and he said, ^Am I in God's stead, 
who hath withheld from thee the fruit of the 
womb ? 

3 And she said. Behold ^ my maid Bilhah, 
go in unto her ; ^and she shall bear upon my 
knees, ^that I may also f have children by 
her. 

4 And she gave him Bilhah her handmaid 
''to wife : and Jacob went in unto her. 

5 And Bilhah conceived, and bare Jacob 
a son. 

6 And Rachel said, God hath 'judged me, 
and hath also heard my voice, and hath given 
me a son : therefore called she his name 
II Dan. 

7 And Bilhah, Rachel's maid, conceived 
again, and bare Jacob a second son. 

8 And Rachel said. With t great wrest- 
lings have I wrestled Avith my sister, and I 
have prevailed : and she called his name 
II '^Naphtali. 

9 When Leah saw that she had left bear- 
ing, she took Zilpah, her maid, and 'gave her 
Jacob to wife. 

10 And Zilpah, Leah's maid, bare Jacob 
a son. 

11 And Leah said, A troop cometh : and 
she called his name || Gad. 

12 And Zilpah, Leah's maid, bare Jacob 
a second son. 

13 And Leah said, f Happy am I, for 
the daughters "'will call me blessed : and she 
called his name || Asher, 

14 IF And Reuben went in the days of 
wheat-harvest, and found mandrakes in the 
field, and brought them unto his mother 
Leah. Then Rachel said to Leah, " Give me, 
I pray thee, of thy son's mandrakes. 

15 And she said unto her, °Zs i^ a small 
matter that thou hast taken my husband? 
and wouldest thou take away my son's man- 
drakes also ? And Rachel said, Therefore 
he shall lie with thee to-night for thy son's 
mandrakes. 

16 And Jacob came out of the field in the 
evening, and Leah went out to meet him, 
and said. Thou must come in unto me ; for 
surely I have hired thee with my son's man- 
drakes. And he lay with her that night. 

17 And God hearkened unto Leah, and 
she conceived, and bare Jacob the fifth son. 

18 And Leah said, God hath given me 
my hire, because I have given my maiden to 
my husband : and she called his name || Issa- 
char. 

19 And Leah conceived again, and bare 
Jacob the sixth son. 

29 



Rachel hearetli Joseph, 

20 And Leah said, God hath endued 
rae with a good dowry ; now will my hus- 
band dwell with me, because I have borne 
him six sons : and she called his name 
II pZebulun. 

21 And afterwards she bare a daughter, 
and called her name || Dinah. 

22 IT And God 'i remembered Rachel, and 
God hearkened to her, and '^opened her womb. 

23 And she conceived, and bare a son; and 
said, God hath taken away ^my reproach: 

24 And she called his name || Joseph; and 
said, *The Lord shall add to me another 
son. 

25 IF And it came to pass, when Rachel had 
borne Joseph, that Jacob said unto Laban, 
"Send me away, that I may go unto ^mine 
own place, and to my country. 

26 Give me my wives and my children, 
yfor whom I have served thee, and let me go : 
for thou knowest my service which I have 
done thee. 

27 And Laban said unto him, I pray thee, 
if I have found favour in thine eyes, tarry : 
for ^I have learned by experience that the 
Lord hath blessed me ''for thy sake. 

28 And he said, ''Appoint me thy wages, 
and I will give it. 

29 And he said unto him, "^Thou knowest 
how I have served thee, and how thy cattle 
was with me. 

30 For it was little which thou hadst be- 
fore I came^ and it is now t increased unto a 
multitude ; and the Lord hath blessed thee 
t since my coming : and now, when shall I 
•^provide for mine own house also ? 

31 And he said. What shall I give thee ? 
And Jacob said. Thou shalt not give me any 
thing. If thou wilt do this thing for me, I 
will again feed and keep thy flock : 

32 I will pass through all thy flock to-day, 
removing from thence all the speckled and 
spotted cattle, and all the brown cattle 
among the sheep, and the spotted and speck- 
led among the goats : and ^of such shall be 
my hire. 

33 So shall my ^righteousness answer for 
me tin time to come, when it shall come for 
my hire before thy face : every one that is 
not speckled and spotted among the goats, 
and brown among the sheep, that shall be 
counted stolen with me. 

34 And Laban said, Behold, I would it 
might be according to thy word. 

35 And he removed that day the he-goats 
that were ring-streaked and spotted, and all 
the she-goats that were speckled and spotted, 
and every one that had some white in it, 
and all the brown among the sheep, and gave 
them into the hands of his sons. 



GENESIS. 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1746. 



II That is, 
dwelling. 
p Called, 
Matt. 4. 13, 
Zabulon. 
about 1745. 
[I That is, 
judgement. 
q ch. 8. 1. 
1 Sam. 1. 19. 
r ch. 29. 31. 



9 1 Sam. 1. 6. 
Isai. 4. 1. 
Luke 1.25. 
II That is, 
adding. 
i ch. 35. 17. 



u ch. 24. 
54, 56. 
X ch. 18.33. 
& 31. 55. 



ch. 29. 20, 

10. 



X ch. 39. 3, 5. 

a See ch. 
26. 24. 

b ch.29.15. 



c ch. 31. 6, 
38, 39, 40. 
Matt. 24. 45. 
Tit. 2. 10. 



t Heb. bro- 
ken forth. 
ver. 43. 



t Heb. at 
my foot. 

d lTim.5. 



e ch. 31. 8. 



f P3. 37. 6. 

t Heb. to- 
morrow. 
Exod. 13.14. 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1745. 



e Seech. 31. 
9-12. 



h ver. 30. 

i ch. 13. 2. 

& 24. 35. & 
26. 13, 14. 



1739. 



a Ps. 49. 16. 

b ch. 4. 5. 

c Deut. 28. 

54. 

t Heb. as 

yesterday 

and the day 

before. 

1 Sam. 19. 7. 

d ch. 28. 15, 

20, 21. & 3i 

9 



e ver. 2. 



f ver. 3. 



E ver. 38. 
39, 40, 41. 
ch. 30. 29. 
h ver. 41. 
i Numb. 14. 
22 

Neh. 4. 12. 
Job 19. 3. 
Zecb. 8. 2.3. 
k ch. 20. 6. 
Ps. 105. 14. 



Jacobf heing displeased, 

36 And he set three days' journey betwixt 
himself and Jacob : and Jacob fed the rest of 
Laban's flocks. 

37 H And & Jacob took him rods of green 
poplar, and of the hazel and chesnut-tree ; 
and pilled white streaks in them, and made 
the white appear which was in the rods. 

38 And he set the rods which he had 
pilled before the flocks in the gutters in the 
watering-troughs when the flocks came to 
drink ; that they should conceive when they 
came to drink. 

39 And the flocks conceived before the 
rods, and brought forth cattle ring-streaked, 
speckled, and spotted, 

40 And Jacob did separate the lambs, and 
set the faces of the flocks toward the ring- 
streaked, and all the brown in the flock of 
Laban : and he put his own flocks by them- 
selves, and put them not unto Laban's 
cattle. 

41 And it came to pass whensoever the 
stronger cattle did conceive, that Jacob laid 
the rods before the eyes of the cattle in the 
gutters, that they might conceive among the 
rods. 

42 But when the cattle were feeble, he 
put them not in : so the feebler were Laban's, 
and the stronger Jacob's. 

43 And the man ^increased exceedingly, 
and 'had much cattle, and maid-servants, and 
men-servants, and camels, and asses. 

CHAP. XXXL 

1 Jacoh upon displeasure departeth secretly. 19 Rachel 
stealeth her father'' s images. 22 Laban pursueth after 
him, 26 and complaineth of the wrong. 34 Rachel's 
policy to hide the images. 36 Jacob's complaint of 
Laban. 44 The covenant of Laban and Jacob at 
Galeed. 

AND he heard the words of Laban's sons, 
saying, Jacob hath taken away all that 
was our father's ; and of that which was our 
father's hath he gotten all this ^ glory. 

2 And Jacob beheld ''the countenance of 
Laban, and behold, it was not <= toward him 
tas before. 

3 And the Lord said unto Jacob, ^ Re- 
turn unto the land of thy fathers, and to thy 
kindred; and I will be with thee. 

4 And Jacob sent and called Rachel and 
Leah to the field unto his flock, 

5 And said unto them, ^ I see your father's 
countenance, that it is not toward me as be- 
fore : but the God of my father ^hath been 
with me. 

6 And ^ ye know that with all my power 1 
have served your father. 

7 And your father hath deceived me, and 
•'changed my wages 'ten times: but God 
^ suffered him not to hurt me. 

30 



departeth secretly from Laban. 

8 If he said thus, ^The speckled shall be 
thy wages ; then all the cattle bare speckled : 
and if he said thus, The ring-streaked shall be 
thy hire; then bare all the cattle ring-streaked. 

9 Thus God hath "> taken away the cattle 
of your father, and given tJiem to me. 

10 And it came to pass at the time that 
the cattle conceived, that I lifted up mine 
eyes, and saw in a dream, and behold, the 
II rams which leaped upon the cattle were 
ring-streaked, speckled, and grizzled. 

11 And "the angel of God spake unto me 
in a dream, saying, Jacob : And I said, 
Here am I. 

12 And he said. Lift up now thine eyes 
and see, all the rams which leap upon the 
cattle are ring-streaked, speckled, and griz- 
zled: for°I have seen all that Laban doeth 
unto thee. 

13 I am the God of Beth-el, p where thou 
anointedst the pillar, and where thou vowedst 
a vow unto me : now ^ arise, get thee out from 
this land, and return unto the land of thy 
kindred. 

14 And Rachel and Leah answered, and 
said unto him, ""/s there yet any portion or 
inheritance for us in our father's house? 

15 Are we not counted of him strangers ? 
for ^he hath sold us, and hath quite devoured 
also our money. 

16 For all the riches which God hath 
taken from our father, that is ours, and our 
children's : now then, whatsoever God hath 
said unto thee, do. 

17 IF Then Jacob rose up, and set his sons 
and his wives upon camels ; 

18 And he carried away all his cattle, and 
all his goods which he had gotten, the cattle 
of his getting, which he had gotten in Padan- 
aram; for to go to Isaac his father in the 
land of Canaan. 

19 And Laban went to shear his sheep : 
and Rachel had stolen the f^ images that were 
her father's. 

20 And Jacob stole away t unawares to 
Laban the Syrian, in that he told him not 
that he fled. 

21 So he fled with all that he had ; and 
he rose up, and passed over the river, and 
" set his face toward the mount Gilead. 

22 And it was told Laban on the third 
day, that Jacob was fled. 

23 And he took ^his brethren with him, 
and pursued after him seven days' journey : 
and they overtook him in the mount Gilead. 

24 And God ^came to Laban the Syrian 
in a dream by night, and said unto him. 
Take heed that thou ^ speak not to Jacob 
t either good or bad. 

25 •[[ Then Laban overtook Jacob. Now 



CHAP. XXXL 



Before 

CHRIST 

1739. 

1 ch. 30. 32. 



m vet. 1, 16. 



II Or, he- 
goats. 



n ch. 48. 16. 



o Exod.3.7. 

p ch. 28. 18. 
19,20. 



q ver. 3. 
ch. 32. 9. 



r ch. 2. 24. 



8 ch. 29. 15, 

27. 



1739. 



t Ileb.. 
teraphim. 
Judg. 17. 5. 
1 Sam. 19. 
13. 

Hos. 3. 4. 
t ch. 35. 2. 
t Heb. the 
heart of 
Lai) an. 



u ch. 46. 28. 

2 Kings 12. 

17. 

Luke 9. 51, 

53. 



X ch. 13. 8. 



y ch. 20. 3. 
Job 33. 15. 
Matt. 1. 20. 

zch.24.50. 

t Heb. from 
good to bad. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1739. 



a 1 Sam. 30. 
2. 



t Heb. hast 
stolen me. 



b ver. 55. 
Ruth 1. 9. 
14. 

1 Kings 19. 
20. 

Acts 20. 37. 
c 1 Sam. 13. 
13. 

2 Chron. 16. 
9. 

d ver. 53. 
ch. 28. 13. 
e ver. 24. 



f ver. 19. 
Judg. 18. 24. 



fSec ch. 
4.9. 



t Heh.felt. 



h Exod. 20. 

12. 

Lev. 19. 32. 



Jacobus complaint of Laban, 

Jacob had pitched his tent in the mount : 
and Laban with his brethren pitched in tho 
mount of Gilead. 

26 And Laban said to Jacob, What hast 
thou done, that thou hast stolen away un- 
awares to me, and ^carried away my daugh- 
ters, as captives taken with the sword? 

27 Wherefore didst thou flee away secretly, 
and t steal away from me, and didst not tell 
me, that I might have sent thee away with 
mirth, and with songs, with tabret, and with 
harp? 

28 And hast not suffered me ''to kiss my 
sons, and my daughters ? *= thou hast now done 
foolishly in so doing. 

29 It is in the power of my hand to do 
you hurt : but the ^ God of your father spake 
unto me ® yesternight, saying. Take thou heed 
that thou speak not to Jacob either good or 
bad. 

30 And now, though thou wouldest needs 
be gone, because thou sore longedst after thy 
father's house ; yet wherefore hast thou ^stolen 
my gods? 

31 And Jacob answered and said to 
Laban, Because I was afraid : for I said, 
Peradventure thou wouldest take by force 
thy daughters from me. 

32 With whomsoever thou findest thy 
gods, s\et him not live : before our brethren 
discern thou what is thine with me, and take 
it to thee : for Jacob knew not that Rachel 
had stolen them. 

33 And Laban went into Jacob's tent, and 
into Leah's tent, and into the two maid- 
servants' tents ; but he found them not. 
Then went he out of Leah's tent, and entered 
into Rachel's tent. 

34 Now Rachel had taken the images, 
and put them in the camel's furniture, and 
sat upon them. And Laban t searched all 
the tent, but found them not. 

35 And she said to her father. Let it not 
displease my lord that I cannot^ rise up be- 
fore thee ; for the custom of women is upon 
me. And he searched, but found not the 
images. 

36 IF And Jacob was wroth, and chode with 
Laban: and Jacob answered, and said to 
Laban, What is my trespass ? what is my sin, 
that thou hast so hotly pursued after me ? 

37 Whereas thou hast searched all my 
stufl", what hast thou found of all thy house- 
hold-stuff'? set it here before my brethren, 
and thy brethren, that they may judge be- 
twixt us both. 

38 This twenty years have I been with 
thee ; thy ewes and thy she-goats have not 
cast their young, and the rams of thy flock 
have I not eaten. 



31 



haharCs covenant with Jacob, 



GENESIS. 



39 



brought not 



'That which was 
unto thee; I 



of beasts, I 



torn 

bare the loss of 
It; of ''my hand didst thou require it, 
whether stolen by day, or stolen by night. 

40 Thus I was ; in the day the drought 
consumed me, and the frost by night ; and 
my sleep departed from mine eyes. 

41 Thus have I been twenty years in thy 
house : I 'served thee fourteen years for thy 
two daughters, and six years for thy cattle : 
and "^ thou hast changed my wages ten 
times. 

42 "Except the God of my father, the 
God of Abraham, and ''the Fear of Isaac 
had been with me, surely thou hadst sent 
me away now empty, p God hath seen mine 
affliction, and the labour of my hands, and 
'J rebuked thee yesternight. 

43 H And Laban answered, and said unto 
Jacob, These daughters are my daughters, 
and these children are my children, and these 
cattle are my cattle, and all that thou seest 
is mine ; and what can I do this day unto 
these my daughters, or unto their children 
which they have borne? 

44 Now therefore come thou, ""let us make 
a covenant, I and thou ; ®and let it be for 
a witness between me and thee. 

45 And Jacob Uook a stone, and set it 
up for a pillar. 

46 And Jacob said unto his brethren. 
Gather stones ; and they took stones, and 
made an heap : and they did eat there upon 
the heap. 

47 And Laban called it || Jegar-sahadutha : 
but Jacob called it || Galeed : 

48 And Laban said, " This heap is a wit- 
ness between me and thee this day. There- 
fore was the name of it called Galeed : 

49 And "" II Mizpah ; for he said, The Lord 
watch between me and thee, when we are 
absent one from another. 

50 If thou slialt afflict my daughters, or 
if thou shalt take other wives besides my 
daughters ; no man is with us ; see, God is 
witness betwixt me and thee. 

51 And Laban said to Jacob, Behold this 
heap, and behold this pillar, which I have 
cast betwixt me and thee ; 

52 This heap be witness, and this pillar 
be witness, that I will not pass over this 
heap to thee, and that thou shalt not pass 
over this heap and this pillar unto me, for 
harm. 

53 The God of Abraham, and the God 
of Nahor, the God of their father, ''judge 
betwixt us. And Jacob ^sware by Hhe Fear 
of his father Isaac. 

54 Then Jacob || offered sacrifice upon the 
mount, and called his brethren to eat bread : 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1739. 


1739. 


i Exod. 22. 
10, &c. 
k bxod. 22. 
12. 






b ch. 28. 1. 




c ch. 18. 33. 
& 30. 25. 


1 ch. 29. 27, 

28. 




m ver. 7. 




n Pa. 124. 1, 
2. 


aPs. 91.11. 
Hebr. 1. 14. 


o ver. 53. 
Isai. 8. 13. 




n ch. 29. 32. 
Exod. 3. 7. 

q 1 Cliron. 
12. 17. 
Jude9. 


b Josh. 5. 14. 
Vs. 103. 21. 
& 148. 2. 
Luke 2. 13. 
II That is, 
two hosts, 
or, camps. 
c ch. 33. 14, 
16. 

d ch. 36. 6, 
7,8. 

Deut. 2. 5. 
Josh. 24. 4. 
t Heb. field. 
eProv.15.1. 




fch.30.43. 


r ch. 26. 28. 




8 Josh. 24. 

27. 


e ch. 33. 8, 
15. 


t ch. 28. 18. 






h ch. 33. 1. 




i ch. 35. 3. 


II That is, 

the heap of 

witness. 

Chald. . 

II That is, 

the heap of 

witness. 

Heb. 

ti Josh. 24. 

27. 




X Judg. 11. 
29. 

I Sam. 7. 5. 

II That is, 

a beacon, or, 
watch- 
tower. 


k Ps. 50. 15. 

1 ch. 28. 13. 

m ch. 31. 3, 
13. 




t Ilfib. 
/ am Irxs 
than all, arc. 
n ch. 24. 27. 




o Job 8. 7. 




g Ps. 59. 1. 




n Hos. 10. 

t Heb. upon. 
r ch. 28. 13, 
14, 15. 


y ch. 16. 5. 




z ch. 21. 23. 
a ver. 42. 




11 Or. killed 
beasts. 


a ch. 43. n. 
Prov. 18. 16. 



Jacobus message to Esau, 

and they did eat bread, and tarried all night 
in the mount. 

55 And early in the morning Laban rose 
up, and kissed his sons and his daughters, 
and ''blessed them: and Laban departed, and 
*= returned unto his place. 

CHAP. XXXIL 

1 JacoVs vision at Mahanaim. 3 His message to Esau. 
6 He is afraid of Esau's coming. 9 He prayeth for 
his deliverance. 13 He sendeth a present to Esau. 
24 He lorestleth with an angel at Peniel, where he is 
called Israel. 31 He halteth. 

AND Jacob went on his way, and ^the 
angels of God met him. 

2 And when Jacob saw them, he said, 
This is God's ''host: and he called the name 
of that place || Mahanaim. 

3 And Jacob sent messengers before him 
to Esau his brother, '^unto the land of Seir, 
•^the t country of Edom. 

4 And he commanded them, saying, ^ Thus 
shall ye speak unto my lord Esau ; Thy ser- 
vant Jacob saith thus, I have sojourned with 
Laban, and stayed there until now : 

5 And ^I have oxen, and asses, flocks, 
and men-servants, and women-servants : and 
I have sent to tell my lord, that si may find 
grace in thy sight. 

6 IT And the messengers returned to Jacob, 
saying, We came to thy brother Esau, and 
also ''he cometh to meet thee, and four 
hundred men with him. 

7 Then Jacob was greatly afraid, and 
'distressed: and he divided the people that 
was with him, and the flocks, and herds, 
and the camels into two bands ; 

8 And said. If Esau come to the one 
company, and smite it, then the other com- 
pany which is left shall escape. 

9 1[ ■'And Jacob said, 'O God of my father 
Abraham, and God of my father Isaac, the 
Lord '"which saidst unto me. Return unto 
thy country, and to thy kindred, and I will 
deal well with thee : 

10 1 1 am not worthy of the least of all 
the "mercies, and of all the truth, which 
thou hast shewed unto thy servant: for 
with "my staflf I passed over this Jordan, 
and now I am become two bands. 

11 p Deliver me, I pray thee, from the hand 
of my brother, from the hand of Esau : for 
I fear him, lest he will come and smite me, 
ttwrfithe mother t with the children. 

12 And "^thou saidst, I will surely do thee 
good, and make thy seed as the sand of the 
sea, which cannot be numbered for mul- 
titude. 

13 IF And he lodged there that same night, 
and took of that which came to his hand 
^a present for Esau his brother; 

32 



Jacob wrestleth with an angel. 



CHAP. XXXIII. 



Jacob and Esau's kind 



14 Two hundred she-goats and twenty 
he-goats, two hundred ewes and twenty 
rams, 

15 Thirty milch camels with their colts, 
forty kine and ten bulls, twenty she-asses 
and ten foals. 

16 And he delivered them into the hand 
of his servants, every drove by themselves ; 
and said unto his servants. Pass over before 
me, and put a space betwixt drove and 
drove. 

17 And he commanded the foremost, say- 
ing. When Esau my brother meeteth thee 



and asketh thee. 



Whose art thou ? 



saymg, 

and whither goest thou ? and whose are these 
before thee? 

18 Then thou shalt say. They be thy ser- 
vant Jacob's : it is a present sent unto my 
lord Esau : and behold also he is behind us. 

19 And so commanded he the second, and 
the third, and all that followed the droves, 
saying, On this manner shall ye speak unto 
Esau, when ye find him. 

20 And say ye moreover, Behold, thy ser- 
vant Jacob is behind us. For he said, I will 
'appease him with the present that goeth 
before me, and afterward I will see his face; 
peradventure he will accept t of me. 

21 So went the present over before him; 
and himself lodged that night in the com- 
pany. 

22 And he rose up that night, and took 
his two wives, and his two women-servants, 
and his eleven sons, "and passed over the 
ford Jabbok. 

23 And he took them, and fsent them 
over the brook, and sent over that he had. 

24 11 And Jacob was left alone ; and there 
"wrestled a man with him, until the f break- 
ing of the day. 

25 And when he saw that he prevailed 
not against him, he touched the hollow of 
his thigh: and y the hollow of Jacob's thigh 
was out of joint, as he wrestled with him. 

26 And ^he said. Let me go, for the day 
breaketh: and he said, '^I will not let thee 
go, except thou bless me. 

27 And he said unto him. What is thy 
name ? And he said, Jacob. 

28 And he said, ^Thy name shall be 
called no more Jacob, but || Israel : for as 
a prince hast thou '^ power with God, and 
•^with men, and hast prevailed. 

29 And Jacob asked him, and said. Tell 
me, I pray thee, thy name: and he said, 
^Wherefore is it that thou dost ask after 
my name ? And he blessed him there. 

30 And Jacob called the name of the place 
II Peniel : for a have seen God face to face, 
and my life is preserved. 

E 



Before 

CHRIST 

1739. 



t Prov. 21. 
14. 



t Hob. 
m II face. 
Job 4iJ. 8, 9. 



u Deut. 3. 
10. 



t Heb. 
canned to 
pads. 



X Ho3. 12. 
3, 4. 

Eph. 6. 12. 
t Heb. as- 
cending of 
themorning. 



y See 

Matt. 26. 41. 
2 Cor. 12. 7. 



7. See 
Luke 24. 28. 

a Hos. 12. 4. 



b rh. 35. 10. 

2 Kings 17. 

34. 

II That is, 

a prince of 

God. 

c Hos. 12. 3, 

4. 

(1 ch. 2.5. 31. 

& 27. 33. 



n .Iiulg. 13. 

18. 

II Thai is, 

the face of 

God. 

f oh. 10. 13. 

Exotl.24.11. 

& 33. 20. 

Dent. 5. 24. 

.Tudg. fi. 22. 

& 13. 22. 

Isai. 6. 5. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1730. 



a ch. 32. 6. 



b ch. 18. 2. 
& 42. 6. & 
43. 26. 



cch.32.28. 

d ch.45. 14, 
15. 



+ Heb. 
to thee, 
e ch. 48. 9. 
Ps. 127. 3. 
Isai. 8. 18. 



t Heb. 

What is all 

this band to 

thee? 

f ch. 32. 16. 

g ch. 32. 5. 



t Heb. be 
that to thee 
that is thine. 



h ch. 43. X 
2 Sam. 3. 13. 
& 14. 24, 
28, 32. 
aiatt. 18. 10. 



I Judg.1.15. 

1 Sam. 25. 
27. & 30. 26. 

2 Kings 5. 
15. 



t Heb. 
all things. 
Phil. 4. 18. 
k 2 Kings 5. 
23. 



meeting, 

31 And as he passed over Penuel, the 
sun rose upon him, and he halted upon his 
thigh. 

32 Therefore the children of Israel eat 
not of the sinew which shrank, which is 
upon the hollow of the thigh, unto this day; 
because he touched the hollow of Jacob's 
thigh in the sinew that shrank. 

CHAP. XXXIII. 

1 The kindness of Jacob and Esau at their meeting. 
17 Jacob Cometh to Succoth. 18 At Shalem he hvveih 
a field, and huildeth an altar called El-E lake- Israel. 

AND Jacob lifted up his eyes, and looked, 
and behold, ''Esau came, and with him 
four hundred men. And he divided the 
children unto Leah, and unto Rachel, and 
unto the two handmaids. 

2 And he put the handmaids and their 
children foremost, and Leah and her children 
after, and Rachel and Joseph hindermost. 

3 And he passed over before them, and 
^ bowed himself to the ground seven times, 
until he came near to his brother. 

4 ''And Esau ran to meet him, and em- 
braced him, ^and fell on his neck, and kissed 
him : and they wept. 

5 And he lifted up his eyes, and saw the 
women and the children, and said. Who 
are those t with thee ? And he said. The 
children ^ which God hath graciously given 
thy servant. ^ 

6 Then the handmaidens came near, they 
and their children, and they bowed them- 
selves. 

7 And Leah also with her children came 
near, and bowed themselves ; and after came 
Joseph near and Rachel, and they bowed 
themselves. 

8 And he said, tWhat meanest thou by 
'"all this drove which I met ? And he said, 
These are ^to find grace in the sight of my 
lord. 

9 And Esau said, I have enough, my bro- 
ther ; t keep that thou hast unto thyself. 

10 And Jacob said. Nay, I pray thee, if 
now I have found grace in thy sight, then 
receive my present at my hand : for there- 
fore I ^have seen thy face, as though I had 
seen the face of God, and thou wast pleased 
with me. 

11 Take, I pray thee, 'my blessing that 
is brought to thee ; because God hath dealt 
graciously with me, and because I have 
t enough : ^and he urged him, and he took 
it. 

12 And he said, Let us take our journey, 
and let us go, and I will go before thee. 

13 And he said unto him. My lord know- 
eth that the children are tender, and the 
flocks and herds with young are with me 

33 



Dinah ravished by Shechem, 

and if men should over-drive them one day, 
all the flock will die. 

14 Let my lord, I pray thee, pass over 
before his servant : and I will lead on softly, 
according t as the cattle that goeth before 
mt' and the children be able to endure ; until 
I come unto my lord 'unto Seir. 

15 And Esau said. Let me now t leave 
with thee some of the folk that are with 
me: And he said, t ^hat needeth it? "'Let 
me find grace in the sight of my lord. 

16 H So Esau returned that day on his way 
unto Seir. 

17 And Jacob journeyed to "Succoth, 
and built him an house, and made booths 
for his cattle : therefore the name of the 
place is called || Succoth, 

18 IT And Jacob came to °Shalem, a city 
of II P Shechem, which is in the land of Ca- 
naan, when he came from Padan-aram ; and 
pitched his tent before the city. 

19 And ^he bought a parcel of a field, 
where he had spread his tent, at the hand 
of the children of || Hamor, Shechem's fa- 
ther, for an hundred II pieces of money. 

20 And he erected there an altar, and 
1^ called it !| El-Elohe-Israel. 

CHAP. XXXIV. 

1 Dinah is ravished by Shechem. 4 He siieth to marry 
her. 13 The sons of Jacob offer the condition of cir- 
cumcision to the Shechemites. 20 Hamor and Shechem 
persuade them to accept it. 25 The sons of Jacob 
upon that advantage slay them, and spoil their city. 
30 Jacob reproveth Simeon and Levi. 

AND ^ Dinah the daughter of Leah, 
which she bare unto Jacob, ^ went out 
to see the daughters of the land. 

2 And when Shechem the son of Hamor 
the Hivite, prince of the country, *^ saw her, 
he ^ took her, and lay with her, and f de- 
filed her. 

3 And his soul clave unto Dinah the 
daughter of Jacob, and he loved the dam- 
sel, and spake f kindly unto the damsel. 

4 And Shechem ''spake unto his father 
Hamor, saying. Get me this damsel to 
wife. 

5 And Jacob heard that he had defiled 
Dinah his daughter : (noAV his sons were 
with his cattle in the field : and Jacob ^held 
his peace until they were come). 

6 1 And Hamor the father of Shechem went 
out unto Jacob to commune with him. 

7 And the sons of Jacob came out of the 
field when they heard it: and the men were 
grieved, and they ? were very wroth, because 
he ""had wrought folly in Israel, in lying 
with Jacob's daughter ; ' which thing ought 
not to be done. 

8 And Hamor communed with them, 



GENESIS. 



Before 

CH RIST 

1739. 



t Heb. ac- 
coriting to 
the fiiut of 
the work, &-C. 
and accord- 
ing to the 
foot of the 
children. 
1 ch. 32. 3. 
t Heb. set, 
or, place. 
t Hub. 
Wherefore 
is this ? 
m ch.34.11. 
& 47. '25. 
Ruth 2. 13. 



n Josh. 13. 

27. 

.)udR. 8. 5. 

Pb. 00. 6. 



II That is, 
booths. 
o John 3.23. 
II Called, 
Acts 7. 16, 
Sychem. 
P Josh.24.1. 
Judg. 9. 1. 



q Josh. 24. 

32. 

John 4. 5. 

II Called, 
Acts 7. 16, 
Emmnr. 
II Or, lambs. 



I eh. 35. 7. 

II That is, 
God the Ood 
of Israel. 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1732. 



about 1732. 
a ch. 30. 21. 

b Tit. 2. 5. 



c rh. 6. 2. 
Judg. 14. J. 
d ch. 20. 2. 
t Heb. 
hnmblfidher. 
Dout.22. 29. 



t Heb. to 

thi; heart of 
the damsel. 
See Isai. 40. 

Hos. 2. 14. 
e Judg. 14. 
2. 



f 1 Sam. 10. 

27. 

2 Sam. 13. 

20. 



g ch. 49. 7. 

2 Sam. 13. 

21. 

h Josh. 7. 15. 

Judg. 20. 6. 

i Deut. 23. 

17. 

2 Sam. 13. 

12. 



k ch. 13. 9. 
&. 20. 15. 

1 ch.42.34. 
m ch. 47.27. 



n E.\od.22. 
If), 17. 
Dnut.22.29. 
1 Sam. 18. 
25. 



o See 2 Sam. 
13. 24, &.C. 



p Josh. 5. 9. 



I 3 Cliron. 
. 9. 



r ch. 23. 10. 



Hamor and Shechem circumcised. 

saying. The soul of my son Shechem long- 
eth for your daughter : I pray you give her 
him to wife. 

9 And make ye marriages with us, a7id 
give your daughters unto us, and take our 
daughters unto you. 

10 And ye shall dwell with us : and ''the 
land shall be before you; dwell and 'trade 
ye therein, and "^get you possessions therein. 

1 1 And Shechem said unto her father, and 
unto her brethren, Let me find grace in 
your eyes, and what ye shall say unto me, 
I will give. 

12 Ask me never so much "dowry and 
gift, and I will give according as ye shall say 
unto me : but give me the damsel to wife. 

13 And the sons of Jacob answered 
Shechem and Hamor his father ''deceitfully, 
and said, Because he had defiled Dinah 
their sister: 

14 And they said unto them. We cannot 
do this thing, to give our sister to one that 
is uncircumcised : for Pthat were a reproach 
unto us : 

15 But in this will we consent unto you: 
If ye will be as we be, that every male of 
you be circumcised ; 

16 Then will we give our daughters unto 
you, and we will take your daughters to us, 
and we will dwell with you, and we will 
become one people. 

17 But if ye will not hearken unto us, to 
be circumcised ; then will we take our 
daughter, and we will be gone. 

18 And their words pleased Hamor, and 
Shechem, Hamor's son. 

19 And the young man deferred not to 
do the thing, because he had delight in 
Jacob's daughter : and he was imore ho- 
nourable than all the house of his father. 

20 ^ And Hamor and Shechem his son 
came unto the gate of their city, and com- 
muned with the men of their city, saying, 

21 These men aj-e peaceable with us, 
therefore let them dwell in the land, and 
trade therein : for the land, behold, it is 
large enough for them : let us take their 
daughters to us for wives, and let us give 
them our daughters. 

22 Only herein will the men consent unto 
us for to dwell with us, to be one people, 
if every male among us be circumcised, as 
they are circumcised. 

23 Shall not their cattle, and their sub- 
stance, and every beast of theirs be ours ? 
only let us consent unto them, and they 
will dwell with us. 

24 And unto Hamor, and unto Shechem 
his son, hearkened all that ""went out of the 
gate of his city : and every male was cir- 

34 



Jacob purgeth his house o^ idols. 

cumcised, all that went out of the gate of 
his city. 

25 IT And it came to pass on the third day, 
when they were sore, that two of the sons 
of Jacob, ^Simeon and Levi, Dinah's bre- 
thren, took each man his sword, and came 
upon the city boldly, and slew all the 
males. 

. 26 And they slew Hamor and Shechem 
his son with the f edge of the sword, and 
took Dinah out of Shechem's house, and 
went out. 

27 The sons of Jacob came upon the slain, 
and spoiled the city ; because they had de- 
filed their sister, 

28 They took their sheep, and their oxen, 
and their asses, and that which was in the 
city, and that which was in the field. 

29 And all their wealth and all their little 
ones, and their wives took they captive, and 
spoiled even all that was in the house. 

30 And Jacob said to Simeon and Levi, 
^Ye have "troubled me ^to make me to 
stink among the inhabitants of the land, 
among the Canaanites, and the Perizzites: 
yand I being few in number, they shall gather 
themselves together against me, and slay me, 
and I shall be destroyed, I and my house. 

31 And they said. Should he deal with 
our sister as with an harlot ? 

CHAP. XXXV. 

1 God sendeth Jacob to Beth-el. 2 He purgeth his house 
of idols. 6 He buildeth an altar at Beth-el. 8 Debo- 
rah dieth at Allon-bachuth. 9 God blesseth Jacob at 
Beth-el. 16 Rachel travaileth of Benjamin, and dieth 
in the way to Edar. 22 Reuben lieth with Bilhah. 
23 The sons of Jacob. 27 Jacob cometh to Isaac at 
Hebron. 28 The age, death, and burial of Isaac. 

AND God said unto Jacob, Arise, go 
up to ^ Beth-el, and dwell there : and 
make there an altar unto God, ^that appeared 
unto thee ''when thou fieddest from the face 
of Esau thy brother. 

2 Then Jacob said unto his ^ household, and 
to all that were with him. Put away nhe 
strange gods that are among you, and ^be 
clean and change your garments : 

3 And let us arise, and go up to Beth-el ; 
and I will make there an altar unto God, 
^ who answered me in the day of my distress, 
'^and was with me in the way which I went. 

4 And they gave unto Jacob all the strange 
gods which were in their hand, and all their 
' ear-rings which were in their ears ; and Ja- 
cob hid them under "^the oak which was 
by Shechem. 

5 And they journeyed: and Hhe terror 
of God was upon the cities that were round 
about them, and they did not pursue after 
the sons of Jacob. 



CHAP. XXXV. 



God blesseth Jacob at Beth-el 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1732. 



s ch. 49. 5, 

6, 7. 



t Heb. 
viouUi. 



t ch. 49. 6. 

u Josh. 7. 25. 

X Exod. 5. 

21. 

1 Sam. 13. 4. 

y Deut. 4. 

27. 

Ps. 105. 12. 



a ch. 28. 19. 
b ch.28.13. 
c ch. 27.43. 



tl ch. 18. 19. 
Josh. 24. 15. 

e ch.31.19, 

34. 

Josh. 24. 2, 

23. 

1 Sam. 7. 3. 

f E.\od. 19. 

10. 



g ch. 32. 7, 

Ps'. 107. 6. 
h ch. 28.20. 
& 31. 3, 42, 



i Hos. 2.13. 
k Josh. 24. 
26. 

Ju'rtg. 9. 6. 
1 Exod. 15. 
16. & 23. 27. 
& 34. 24. 
Deut. 11. 35. 
Josli. 2. 9. 
& 5. 1. 
1 Sara. 14. 
1.5. 

2Chron.l4. 
14. 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1732. 



m ch. 28. 
19, 22. 

n Eccles. 5. 

4. 

II That is, 

The God of 

Beth-cl. 

o ch.28.13. 



p ch. 24. 59. 



II That is, 
the oak of 
■weeping. 
q Hos. 12.4. 



r ch. 17.5. 
s ch.32.28. 



t ch. 17. 1. 
& 48. 3, 4. 
Exod. 6. 3. 
u ch. 17. 5, 
6, 16. & 28. 
3. & 48. 4. 



w ch. 12. 7. 
& 13. l,?. & 
26. 3, 4. &. 
28. 13. 



X ch.17.22. 



y ch.28. 18. 



zch.28.19. 



+ Heb. a 
littlepicceof 

f round. 
Kings 5. 
19. 



a ch. 30.24. 
1 Sam. 4. 20. 

about 1729. 



II That is, 
the son of 
mil .'borrow. 
II That is, 
the son of the 
right hand. 
b ch. 48. 7. 
c Ruth 1.2. 
& 4. 11. 
Mii-ah.5.2. 
Matt. 2. 6. 
d 1 Sam. 10. 
2. 

2 Sam. 18. 
18. 



e Mic. 4. 8. 



fch. 49.4. 

1 Chron. 5. 

1. 

See 2 Sam. 

16. 22. & 

20. 3. 

1 Cor. 5. 1. 

g ch. 46. 8. 

Exod. 1. 2. 



6 1[ So Jacob came to "»Luz, which is in 
the land of Canaan (that is Beth-el) he and 
all the people that were with him. 

7 And he " built there an altar, and called 
the place || El-beth-el ; because "there God 
appeared unto him, when he fied from the 
face of his brother. 

8 But ^ Deborah, Rebekah's nurse, died, 
and she was buried beneath Beth-el, under 
an oak : and the name of it was called 
II Allon-bachuth. 

9 IT And iGod appeared unto Jacob again 
when he came out of Padan-aram ; and blessed 
him. 

10 And God said unto him. Thy name is 
Jacob: "^thy name shall not be called any 
more Jacob, ^but Israel shall be thy name ; 
and he called his name Israel. 

11 And God said unto him, *I am God 
Almighty: be fruitful and multiply; "a 
nation and a company of nations shall be 
of thee, and kings shall come out of thy 
loins. 

12 And the land ^ which I gave Abraham 
and Isaac, to thee I will give it, and to thy 
seed after thee will I give the land. 

13 And God ''went up from him, in the 
place where he talked with him. 

14 And Jacob y set up a pillar in the 
place where he talked with him, eve7i a pil- 
lar of stone : and he poured a drink-offering 
thereon, and he poured oil thereon. 

15 And Jacob called the name of the place 
where God spake with him, ^Beth-el. 

16 IT And they journeyed from Beth-el; 
and there was but t a little way to come to 
Ephrath : and Rachel travailed, and she 
had hard labour. 

17 And it came to pass when she was in 
hard labour, that the midwife said unto her, 
Fear not ; ^ thou shalt have this son also. 

18 And it came to pass as her soul was in 
departing, (for she died,) that she called his 
name || Ben-oni : but his father called him 
II Benjamin. 

19 And •'Rachel died, and was buried in 
the way to <= Ephrath, which is Beth-lehem. 

20 And Jacob set a pillar upon her grave : 
that is the pillar of Rachel's grave '•unto 
this day. 

21 IF And Israel journeyed, and spread his 
tent beyond ''the tower of Edar. 

22 And it came to pass, when Israel 
dwelt in that land, that Reuben went and 
Hay with Bilhah his father's concubine : 
and Israel heard it. Now the sons of Jacob 
were twelve : 

23 The sons of Leah; ? Reuben, Jacob's 
first-born, and Simeon, and Levi, and Judah, 
and Issachar, and Zebulun : 

35 



The age and death of Isaac. 

24 The sons of Rachel ; Joseph, and Ben- 
jamin : 

25 And the sons of Bilhah, Rachel's hand- 
maid ; Dan, and Naphtali : 

26 And the sons of Zilpah, Leah's hand- 
maid ; Gad, and Asher. These are the sons 
of Jacob, which were born to him in Pa- 
dan-aram. 

27 IF And Jacob came unto Isaac his father 
unto i^Mamre, unto the 'city of Arbah 
(which is Hebron) where Abraham and Isaac 
sojourned. 

28 And the days of Isaac were an hun- 
dred and fourscore years. 

29 And Isaac gave up the ghost and died, 
and "^was gathered unto his people, heing 
old and full of days ; and 'his sons Esau 
and Jacob buried him. 

CHAP. XXXVI. 

1 Esmi's three wives. 6 His removing to movMt Seir. 
9 His sons. 15 The dukes which descended of his 
sons. 20 The sons and dukes of Seir. 24 Anah 
Jindeth mules. 31 The kings of Edom. 40 The dukes 
that descended of Esau. 

NOW these are the generations of Esau, 
^who is Edom. 

2 ^Esau took his wives of the daughters 
of Canaan ; Adah the daughter of Elon the 
Hittite, and '^Aholibamah the daughter of 
Anah the daughter of Zibeon the Hivite ; 

3 And '^Bashemath, Ishmael's daughter, 
sister of Nebajoth. 

4 And ^Adah bare to Esau, Eliphaz ; and 
Bashemath bare Reuel ; 

5 And Aholibamah bare Jeush, and Jaa- 
1am, and Korah : these are the sons of Esau, 
which were born unto him in the land of 
Canaan, 

6 And Esau took his wives, and his sons, 
and his daughters, and all the t persons of 
his house, and his cattle, and all his beasts, 
and all his substance which he had got in 
the land of Canaan ; and went into the 
country from the face of his brother Jacob. 

7 ^For their riches were more than that 
they might dwell together : and sthe land 
wherein they were strangers could not bear 
them, because of their cattle. 

8 Thus dwelt Esau in ''mount Seir : 'Esau 
is Edom. 

9 IT And these are the generations of Esau 
the father of t the Edomites, in mount Seir: 

10 These are the names of Esau's sons; 
•'Eliphaz the son of Adah the wife of Esau; 
Reuel the son of Bashemath the wife of 
Esau. 

11 And the sons of Eliphaz were, Teman, 
Omar, || Zepho, and Gatam, and Kenaz. 

12 And Timna was concubine to Eliphaz, 
Esau's son ; and she bare to Eliphaz, ' Ama- 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 17-3. 



h oh. 13. 18. 
&23. 2, 19. 
i Josh. 14. 
15. & 15. 13. 



1716. 



k ch. 15. 15. 
& 25. 8. 

1 Soch.25. 
9.&49. 31. 



about 1796. 
a ch. 25.30. 
b ch. 26. 34. 

c ver. 25. 



about 1760. 
d ch. 28. 9. 



e 1 Chron. 
1. 35. 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1T40. 



about 1715. 



GENESIS, The dukes which descended of Esau's sons. 

lek : these were the sons of Adah, Esau's 
wife. 

13 And these are the sons of Reuel ; Na- 
hath, and Zerah, Shammah, and Mizzah : 
these were the sons of Bashemath, Esau's 
wife. 

141" And these were the sons of Aholiba- 
mah, the daughter of Anah, the daughter of 
Zibeon, Esau's wife : and she bare to Esau, 
Jeush, and Jaalam, and Korah. 

15 H These were dukes of the sons of 
Esau : the sons of Eliphaz, the first-born son 
of Esau ; duke Teman, duke Omar, duke 
Zepho, duke Kenaz, 

16 Duke Korah, duke Gatam, and duke 
Amalek : these are the dukes that came of 
Eliphaz, in the land of Edom : these were 
the sons of Adah. 

171[Andthesearethesons of Reuel, Esau's 
son; dukeNahath, duke Zerah, duke Sham- 
mah, duke Mizzah : these are the dukes that 
came of Reuel, in the land of Edom : these 
are the sons of Bashemath, Esau's wife. 

18 1 And these are the sons of Aholiba- 
mah, Esau's wife ; duke Jeush, duke Jaalam, 
duke Korah : these were the dukes that came 
of Aholibamah the daughter of Anah, Esau's 
wife. 

19 These are the sons of Esau (who is 
Edom) and these are their dukes. 

20 IT ""These are the sons of Seir "the 
Horite, who inhabited the land ; Lotan, and 
Shobal, and Zibeon, and Anah, 

21 And Dishon, and Ezer, and Dishan : 
these are the dukes of the Horites, the 
children of Seir in the land of Edom. 

22 And the children of Lotan were 
Hori, and || Heman : and Lotan's sister was 
Timna. 

23 And the children of Shobal were these ; 
II Alvan, and Manahath, and Ebal, || Shepho, 
and Onam. 

24 And these are the children of Zibeon ; 
both Ajah, and Anah : this was that Anah 
that found "the mules in the wilderness, as 
he fed the asses of Zibeon his father. 

25 And the children of Anah were these : 
Dishon, and Aholibamah the daughter of 
Anah. 

26 And these are the children of Dishon ; 
II Hemdan, and Eshban, and Ithran, and 
Cheran. 

27 The children of Ezer are these ; Bilhan, 
and Zaavan, and || Akan. 

28 The children of Dishan are these ; Uz, 
and Aran. 

29 These are the dukes that came of the 
Horites ; duke Lotan, duke Shobal, duke 
Zibeon, duke Anah, 

30 Duke Dishon, duke Ezer, duke Di- 

36 



about 1740. 
t Heb. sou^s. 



about 1840. 
ra 1 Chron. 
1. 38. 

n ch, 14. 6. 
Deut. 2. 12, 
22. 



fch.i3. 6, 

11. 

g ch. 17. 8. 

& 28. 4. 



h ch. 32. 3. 
neut. 2. 5. 
Josh. 24. 4. 
i ver. 1. 



t Heb. 

Edom. 



k 1 Chron. 
1. 35, &c. 



11 Or, ZepJd. 

1 Chron. 1. 

36. 

1 Exod. 17. 

8,14. 

Numb. 24. 

20. 

1 Sam. 15. 2, 

3, &c. 



11 Or, 
Horn am, 
] Chron. 1. 
39. 



II Or, Mian, 

I Cliron. 1. 
40. 

II Or, Shephi, 
1 Chron. I. 
40. 



o See Lev. 
19. 19. 



II Or, 
Jlmram. 
1 Cliron. 1. 
41. 



!;. 



Or, 
'akan, 
1 Chron. 1. 
42. 



about 1780. 



The kings and dukes of Edom, 

slian : these are the dukes that came of Hori, 
among their dukes in the land of Seir. 

31 IF And P these are the kings that reigned 
in the land of Edom, before there reigned 
any king over the children of Israel. 

32 And Bela the son of Beor reigned in 
Edom : and the name of his city was Din- 
habah. 

33 And Bela died, and Jobab the son of 
Zerali of Bozrah reigned in his stead. 

34 And Jobab died, and Husham of the 
land of Temani reigned in his stead. 

35 And Husham died, and Hadad the 
son of Bedad (who smote Midian in the field 
of Moab) reigned in his stead : and the name 
of his city was Avith. 

36 And Hadad died, and Samlah of Mas- 
rekah reigned in his stead. 

37 And Samlah died, and Saul of Reho- 
both hy the river reigned in his stead. 

38 And Saul died, and Baal-hanan the 
son of Achbor reigned in his stead. 

39 And Baal-hanan the son of Achbor 
died, and iHadar reigned in his stead : and 
the name of his city was Pau ; and his wife's 
name zz?a5 Mehetabel, the daughter of Matred, 
the daughter of Mezahab. 

40 And these are the names of ''the dukes 
that came of Esau, according to their families, 
after their places, by their names ; duke Tim- 
nah, duke || Alvah, duke Jetheth, 

41 Duke Aholibamah, duke Elah, duke 
Pinon, 

42 Duke Kenaz, duke Teman, duke 
Mibzar, 

43 Duke Magdiel, duke Iram : these he 
the dukes of Edom, according to their habi- 
tations, in the land of their possession : he is 
Esau, the father of t the Edomites. 

CHAP. XXXVII. 

2 Joseph is hated of his brethren. 5 His two dreams. 
13 Jacob sendeth him to visit his brethren. 18 His 
brethren conspire his death. 21 Reuben saveth him. 
26 They sell him to the Ishmaelites. 31 His father, 
deceived by the bloody coat, mourneth for him. 36 He 
is sold to Potiphar in Egypt. 

A ND Jacob dwelt in the land f wherein 
-^^ his father was a stranger, in the land of 
Canaan. 

2 These are the generations of Jacob: 
Joseph being seventeen years old, was feeding 
the flock with his brethren, and the lad was 
with the sons of Bilhah, and with the sons of 
Zilpah,his father's wives: and Joseph brought 
unto his father Hheir evil report. 

3 Now Israel loved Joseph more than all 
his children, because he was nhe son of his 
old age : and he made him a coat of many 
II colours. 



CHAP. XXXVII. 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1780. 



al)ont 1G7G. 
P 1 Chron. 
1.43. 



q 1 Chron. 
1. .50, 

Hadad Pai. 
After his 
death was 
an Aristo- 
cracy. 
Exod.l5.I5. 

about 1496. 
r 1 Chron. 
1. 51. 



Or, j?WaA. 



t Heb. 
Edom. 



t Heb. of 
his father' s 
sojourvinfis 
a ch. 17. 8. 
& 23. 4. & 
28. 4. & 36. 

iiebr. n. 9. 
1729. 



b 1 Sam. 2. 
22, 23, 24. 



c ch. 44. 20. 

Or, pieces, 
.lu.lg. 5. 30. 
2 Sam. 13. 
18. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1729. 



d ch. 27. 41. 
& 49. 23. 



e ch. 42. 6, 
9. & 43. 26. 
& 44. 14. 



f ch. 46. 29. 



g ch. 27. 29. 



h AcU 7. 9. 

i Dan. 7. 28. 
Luke 2. 19, 
51. 
about 1729. 



t Heb. see 

the peace of 

thybretkren, 

(S-c. 

ch. 29. 6. 



k ch. 35. 27. 



I Cant. 1. 7. 



m 2 Kings 6. 
13. 

n 1 Sam. 19. 
1. 

Ps. 31. 13. 
& 37. 12. 32. 
& 94. 21. 
Matt. 27. 1. 
Mark 14. 1. 
John 11. ^3. 
Acts 23. 12. 
t Heb. 
master of 
dreams. 
oProv. 1. 11, 
16. & 6. 17. 
&. 27. 4. 



Joseph hated of his brethren. 

4 And when his brethren saw that their 
father loved him more than all his brethren, 
they '^ hated him, and could not speak peace- 
ably unto him. 

5 H And Joseph dreamed a dream, and he 
told it his brethren : and they hated him yel 
the more. 

6 And he said unto them. Hear, I pray 
you, this dream which I have dreamed : 

7 For ® behold, we were binding sheaves 
in the field, and lo, my sheaf arose, and also 
stood upright ; and behold, your sheaves 
stood round about, and made obeisance to my 
sheaf, 

8 And his brethren said to him, Shalt 
thou indeed reign over us ? or shalt thou 
indeed have dominion over us ? And they 
hated him yet the more for his dreams and 
for his words. 

9 IF And he dreamed yet another dream, 
and told it his brethren, and said. Behold, 
I have dreamed a dream more : and behold, 
^'the sun and the moon and the eleven stars 
made obeisance to me. 

10 And he told it to his father, and to his 
brethren : and his father rebuked him, and 
said unto him. What is this dream that thou 
hast dreamed ? Shall I and thy mother and 
ffthy brethren indeed come to bow down our- 
selves to thee to the earth ? 

11 And •'his brethren envied him ; but his 
father ' observed the saying. 

12 IF And his brethren went to feed their 
father's flock in Shechem. 

13 And Israel said unto Joseph, Do not 
thy brethren feed the flock in Shechem ? 
Come, and I will send thee unto them. And 
he said to him. Here am I. 

14 And he said to him. Go, I pray thee, 
t see whether it be well with thy brethren, 
and well with the flocks ; and bring me word 
again. So he sent him out of the vale of 
■^Hebron, and he came to Shechem. 

15^ And a certain man found him, and 
behold, he was wandering in the field : and 
the man asked him, saying. What seekest 
thou ? 

16 And he said, I seek my brethren : ^tell 
me, I pray thee, where they feed their flocks. 

17 And the man said. They are departed 
hence : for I heard them say, liCt us go to 
Dothan. And Joseph went after his brethren, 
and found them in *" Dothan. 

18 And when they saw^ him afar off, even 
before he came near unto them, "they con- 
spired against him to slay him. 

19 And they said one to another. Behold 
this t dreamer cometh. 

20 ''Come now therefore, and let us slay 

37 




Joseph is sold to the Ishmaelites. 

him, and cast him into some pit; and we will 
say, Some evil beast hath devoured him; and 
we shall see what will become of his dreams. 

21 And P Reuben heard it, and he deli- 
vered him out of their hands ; and said. Let 
us not kill him, 

22 And Reuben said unto them, Shed no 
blood, hut cast him into this pit that is in the 
wilderness, and lay no hand upon him ; that 
he might rid him out of their hands, to deli- 
ver him to his father again. 

23 IF And it came to pass when Joseph 
was come unto his brethren, that they stript 
Joseph out of his coat, his coat of many || co- 
lours that was on him. 

24 And they took him, and cast him into 
a pit : and the pit was empty, there was no 
water in it. 

25 1 And they sat down to eat bread : and 
they lifted up their eyes and looked, and 
behold, a company of ■■ Ishmaelites came from 
Gilead, with their camels bearing spicery, and 
^balm, and myrrh, going to carry it down to 
Egypt. 

26 And Judah said unto his brethren. 
What profit is it if we slay our brother, and 
* conceal his blood ? 

27 Come, and let us sell him to the Ish- 
maelites, and "let not our hand be upon him; 
for he is ''our brother, and ^our flesh: and 
his brethren t were content. 

28 Then there passed by ^Midianites, mer- 
chant-men ; and they drew and lifted up Joseph 
out of the pit, ''and sold Joseph to the Ish- 
maelites for ''twenty pieces of silver: and 
they brought Joseph into Egypt. 

29 IT And Reuben returned unto the pit ; 
and behold, Joseph was not in the pit : and 
he ''rent his clothes. 

30 And he returned unto his brethren, 
and said, The child ^is not : and I, whither 
shall I go ? 

31 And they took ^Joseph's coat, and 
killed a kid of the goats, and dipped the coat 
in the blood : 

32 And they sent the coat oimany colours, 
and they brought it to their father ; and said, 
This have we found : know now whether it he 
thy son's coat or no. 

33 And he knew it, and said. It is my 
son's coat ; an ^evil beast hath devoured him : 
Joseph is without doubt rent in pieces. 

34 And Jacob ^rent his clothes, and put 
sackcloth upon his loins, and mourned for his 
son many days. 

35 And all his sons and all his daughters 
•"rose up to comfort him; but he refused to 
be comforted; and he said, For 'I will go 
down into the grave unto my son mourning. 
Thus his father wept for him. 



GENESIS. 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1729. 



p ch. 42. 22. 



Or, pieces. 



n Prov. 30. 
20. 
Amoa 6. 6. 



r see ver. 28. 
36. 



s Jer. 8. 22. 



t ch. 4. 10. 

vcr. 20. 
Job 16. 18. 

u 1 Sam. 18. 

17. 

X ch. 42. 21. 
y ch. 29. 14. 

t Hcb. 
hearkened. 
z Judg. 6. 3. 
ch. 45. 4, 5. 



a Ps. 105. 17. 

Acts 7. 9. 
h See 
Matt. 27. 9. 



c Job 1. 20. 



d ch. 42. 13, 

36. 

Jer. 31. 15. 

6 ver. 23. 



f ver. 20. 
ch. 44. 28. 



; ver. 29. 
i Sam. 3. 31. 



h 2 Sam. 12. 

17. 

i ch. 42. 38. 

& 44. 29, 31. 



Befora 
CHRIST 
about 1729. 



k ch. 39. 1. 
t Heb. 
eunuch .But 
the word 
doth signify 
not only 
c«7;wcA.9,but 
also cham- 
bcrlaivs, 
courtiers, 
and officers. 
Esth. 1. 10. 
t Heb. 
chief of the 
slaughter- 
men, or, exe- 
cutioners. 
II Or, chief 
marshal. 



a ch. 19. 3. 
2 Kings 4. 8. 



b ch. 34. 2. 

c 1 Chron. 2. 
3. 



d ch. 46. 12. 
Numb. 26. 
19. 
about 1727. 

e ch. 46. 12. 
Numb. 26. 
19. 

f oh. 46. 12. 
Numb. 26. 
20. 



g ch. 21. 21. 



h ch. 46. 12. 

Numb. 26. 

19. 

i 1 Chron. 2. 

3. 



k Deut. 25. 
5. 

Matt. 22. 24. 



1 Deut. 25. 6. 



t Heb. was 

evil in the 

eyes of the 

Lord. 

m ch. 46. 12. 

Numb. 26. 

19. 

n Ruth 1. 13. 



o Lev. 22. 
13. 

t Heb. the 
daj/s were 
multiplied. 
p 2 Sam. 13. 
39. 



q Josh. 15. 
10, 57. 
Judg. 14. 1. 



s Prov. 7. 

12. 

t Heb. the 

door of eves, 

or, of £na- 

jim. 

t ver. 11. 26. 



Tamar deceiveth Judah : 

36 And ^ the Midianites sold him into 
Egypt unto Potiphar, an t officer of Pha- 
raoh's, and t II captain of the guard. 

CHAP. XXXVIII. 

1 Judah legetteth Er, Onan, and Shelah. 6 Er viar- 
rieth Tamar. 8 The trespass of Onan. 1 1 Tamar 
stayeth for Shelah. 13 She deceiveth Judah. 27 She 
beareth twins, Pharez and Zarah. 

AND it came to pass at that time, that 
Judah went down from his brethren, 
and ^turned in to a certain Adullamite, whose 
name was Hirah. 

2 And Judah *> saw there a daughter of a 
certain Canaanite, whose name z^as '^Shuah; 
and he took her, and went in unto her. 

3 And she conceived, and bare a son; and 
he called his name '^Er. 

4 And she conceived again, and bare a 
son ; and she called his name ^Onan. 

5 And she yet again conceived and bare 
a son ; and called his name ^Shelah : and he 
was at Chezib, when she bare him. 

6 And Judah ?took a wife for Er his 
first-born, whose name was Tamar. 

7 And ^^Er, Judah's first-born, was wicked 
in the sight of the Lord; 'and the Lord 
slew him. 

8 And Judah said unto Onan, Go in unto 
■"thy brother's wife, and marry her, and raise 
up seed to thy brother. 

9 And Onan knew that the seed should 
not be ^his: and it came to pass, when he 
went in unto his brother's wife, that he 
spilled it on the ground, lest that he should 
give seed to his brother. 

10 And the thing which he did t displeased 
the Lord : wherefore he slew '"him also. 

1 1 Then said Judah to Tamar his daugh- 
ter-in-law, '^Remain a widow at thy father's 
house, till Shelah my son be grown ; (for he 
said. Lest peradventure he die also as his 
brethren did :) and Tamar went and dwelt 
"in her father's house. 

12 If And fin process of time, the daughter 
of Shuah, Judah's wife died : and Judah p was 
comforted, and went up unto his sheep- 
shearers to Timnath, he and his friend Hirah 
the Adullamite. 

13 And it was told Tamar, saying. Be- 
hold, thy father-in-law goeth up i to Timnath, 
to shear his sheep. 

14 And she put her widow's garments off 
from her, and covered her with a vail, and 
wrapped herself, and ' sat in t an open place, 
which is by the way to Timnath : for she saw 
Hhat Shelah was grown, and she was not 
given unto him to wife. 

15 When Judah saw her, he thought her to 
bedLii harlotjbecause she had covered her face. 

38 



She heareth Pharez and Zarah, 



CHAP. XXXIX. 



16 And he turned unto her by the way, 
and said, Go to, I pray thee, let me come 
in unto thee ; (for he knew not that she was 
his daughter-in-law :) and she said. What 
wilt thou give me, that thou mayest come 
in unto me ? 

17 And he said, "I will send thee t a kid 
from the flock : and she said, ^ Wilt thou 
give me a pledge, till thou send it ? 

18 And he said. What pledge shall I give 
thee ? And she said, ^ Thy signet, and thy 
bracelets, and thy staflT that is in thy hand : 
and he gave it her, and came in unto her, 
and she conceived by him. 

19 And she arose and went away and 
ylaid by her vail from her, and put on the 
garments of her widowhood. 

20 And Judah sent the kid by the hand 
of his friend the Adullamite, to receive his 
pledge from the woman's hand : but he found 
her not. 

21 Then he asked the men of that place, 
saying, Where is the harlot that was 
II openly by the way-side ? And they said. 
There was no harlot in this •place. 

22 And he returned to Judah, and said, 
I cannot find her ; and also the men of the 
place said, that there was no harlot in this 
place, 

23 And Judah said. Let her take it to 
her, lest we f be shamed : behold, I sent this 
'id, and thou hast not found her. 

241Anditcametopass about three months 
after, that it was told Judah, saying, Tamar 
thy daughter-in-law hath "^ played the harlot ; 
and also, behold, she is with child by whore- 
dom. And Judah said, Bring her forth, 
* and let her be burnt. 

25 When she was brought forth, she sent 
to her father-in-law, saying. By the man 
whose these are^ am I with child : and she 
said, ** Discern, I pray thee, whose are these, 
•= the signet, and bracelets, and staff. 

26 And Judah "^acknowledged them,, and 
said, ^ She hath been more righteous than 
I ; because that ^ I gave her not to Shelah my 
son : and he knew her again &no more. 

27 IT And it came to pass in the time of 
her travail, that behold, twins were in her 
womb. 

28 And it came to pass when she travail- 
ed, that the one put out his hand ; and the 
midwife took and bound upon his hand a 
scarlet thread, saying, This came out first. 

29 And it came to pass as he drew back 
his hand, that behold, his brother came out ; 
and she said, || How hast thou broken forth? 
this breach he upon thee : therefore his name 
was called || •^Pharez. 

30 And afterward came out his brother 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


about 1727. 


1727. 


u Ezek. 16. 




33. 




t Heb.aird 


1729. 


of the goats. 




w ver. 20. 






a ch. 37. 36. 




Ps. 105. 17. 




bch.37.28. 


X ver. 25. 






c ver. 21. 




ch. 21. 22. 




& 26. 24, 28. 




& 28. li 




1 Sam. 16. 




18. & 18. 14, 




28. 


y ver. 14. 


Acts 7. 9. 




d Ps. 1. 3. 




e ch. 18. 3. 




& 19. 19. 




ver. 21. 




f Gen. 24. 2. 


II Or, in 




Enajim. 






gch. 30.27. 


t Heb. be- 




come a con- 




tempt. 


h 1 Sam. 16. 
12. 


z Judg. 19. 
2. 


i 2 Sam. 13. 
11. 


a Lev. 21.9. 




Deut. 22. 21. 




b ch. 37. 32. 


k Prov. 6. 




29, 32. 


c Ver. 18. 


I ch. 20. 6. 




Lev. 6. 2. 


d ch. 37. 33. 


2 Sam, 12. 




13. 


e 1 Sam. 24. 


Ps. 51. 4. 


17. 




f ver. 14. 




g Job 34. 31, 






m Prov. 7. 




13, &.C. 


II Or, 




Wherefort 




hast thou 




made this 




breach 




against 




thref 




II That is, 




a breach. 




Ii ch. 46. 12. 




Numb. 26. 




20. 




lChron.2.4. 




Matt. 1. 3. 





Joseph^s advancement* 

that had the scarlet thread upon his hand ; 
and his name was called Zarah. 

CHAP. XXXIX. 

1 Joseph advanced in Potipkar's house. 7 He resisteth 
his mistress's temptation. 13 He is falsely accused. 
20 He is cast into prison. 21 God is with him there. 

AND Joseph was brought down to Egypt : 
and ^ Potiphar, an officer of Pharaoh, 
captain of the guard, an Egyptian, ^bought 
him of the hands of the Ishmaelites, which 
had brought him down thither. 

2 And '^the Lord was with Joseph, and 
he was a prosperous man : and he was in the 
house of his master the Egyptian. 

3 And his master saw that the Lord was 
with him, and that the Lord "^made all that 
he did to prosper in his hand. 

4 And Joseph ^ found grace in his sight, 
and he served him : and he made him ^over- 
seer over his house, and all that he had he 
put into his hand. 

5 And it came to pass from the time that 
he had made him overseer in his house, and 
over all that he had, that ^ the Lord blessed 
the Egyptian's house for Joseph's sake ; and 
the blessing of the Lord was upon all that 
he had in the house, and in the field. 

6 And he left all that he had in Joseph's 
hand ; and he knew not aught he had, save 
the bread which he did eat : and Joseph 
'^was a goodiXj person, and well-favoured. 

7 ^ And it came to pass after these things, 
that his master's wife cast her eyes upon 
Joseph : and she said, 'Lie with me. 

8 But he refused, and said unto his master's 
wife, Behold, my master wotteth not what is 
with me in the house, and he hath committed 
all that he hath to my hand ; 

9 There is none greater in this house than 
I ; neither hath he kept back any thing from 
me,but thee, because thou art his wife : ^ how 
then can I do this great wickedness, and 'sin 
against God ? 

10 And it came to pass, as she spake to 
Joseph day by day, that he hearkened not 
unto her, to lie by her, or to be with her. 

11 And it came to pass about this time, 
that Joseph went into the house to do his 
business ; and there was none of the men of 
the house there within. 

12 And ™she caught him by his garment, 
saying. Lie with me : and he left his garment 
in her hand, and fled, and got him out. 

13 And it came to pass, when she saw 
that he had left his garment in her hand, and 
was fled forth, 

14 That she called unto the men of her 
house, and spake unto them, saying. See, he 
hath brought in an Hebrew unto us to mock 

^ 39 



Pharaoli's butler and haker imprisoned. 

us : he came in unto me to lie with me, and 
I cried with a t loud voice : 

15 And it came to pass, when he heard 
that I lifted up my voice and cried, that he 
left his garment with me, and fled, and got 
liim out. 

16 And she laid up his garment by her, 
until his lord came home. 

17 And she " spake unto him according to 
these words, saying, The Hebrew servant 
which thou hast brought unto us, came in 
unto me to mock me : 

18 And it came to pass as I Hfted up my 
voice and cried, that he left his garment with 
me, and fled out. 

19 And it came to pass, when his master 
heard the words of his wife, which she spake 
unto him, saying, After this manner did thy 
servant to me ; that his ° wrath was kindled. 

20 And Joseph's master took him, and 
pput him into the i prison, a place where the 
king's prisoners were bound : and he was 
there in the prison, 

21 IT But the Lord was with Joseph, and 
t shewed him mercy, and "^gave him favour in 
the sight of the keeper of the prison. 

22 And the keeper of the prison ^ commit- 
ted to Joseph's hand all the prisoners that 
were in the prison ; and whatsoever they did 
there, he was the doer of it, 

23 The keeper of the prison looked not to 
any thing that was under his hand ; because 
Hhe Lord was with him: and that which he 
did, the Lord made it to prosper. 

CHAP. XL. 

1 The butler and laker of Pharaoh in prison. 4 Joseph 
hath charge of them. 5 He interpreteth their dreams. 
20 They come to pass according to his interpretation. 
23 The ingratitude of the butler. 

AND it came to pass after these things, 
thai the ^butler of the king of Egypt 
and his baker had offended their lord the 
king of Egypt. 

2 And Pharaoh was ^ wroth against two of 
his officers, against the chief of the butlers, 
and against the chief of the bakers. 

3 ''And he put them in ward in the house 
of the captain of the guard, into the prison, 
the place where Joseph was bound. 

4 And the captain of the guard charged 
Joseph with them, and he served them ; and 
they continued a season in ward. 

5 1^ And they dreamed a dream both of 
them, each man his dream in one night, each 
man according to the interpretation of his 
dream ; the butler and the baker of the king 
of Egypt, which were bound in the prison. 

6 And Joseph came in unto them in the 
morning, and looked upon them, and behold, 
they were sad. 



GENESIS. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1729. 



t Heb. 
great. 



n Exod. 23. 

1. 

Ps. 120. 3. 



o Prov. 6. 
34, 35. 



p Pg. 105. 18. 
1 Pet. 2. 19. 

§ Seech. 40. 
, 15. & 41. 
14. 



t Heb. 
citendcd 
kindness 
unto him. 
r Exod. 3. 
21. & 11. 3. 
& 12. 36. 
Ps. 106. 46. 
Prov. 16. 7. 
Dan. 1. 9. 
Acts 7. 9, 10. 
s oh. 40. 3, 
4. 



I ver. 2, 3. 



about 1720. 
aNeh. Ml. 



b Prov. 16. 

14. 



r ch. 39. 20, 
23. 



about 1718. 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1718. 

t Heb. are 
your faces 
evil ? 
Neh. 2. 2. 
d ch. 41. 15. 



e See ch. 41. 

16. 

Dan. 2. 11, 

28.47. 



f ver. 18. 
ch. 41. 12, 
25. 

Judg. 7.14. 
Dan. 2. 36. 
& 4. 19. 
g ch. 41. 26. 



h 2 Kings 
25. 27. 
Ps. 3. 3. 
Jer. .52.31. 
II Ot, reckon. 



t Heb. re- 
member me 
with thee. 
i Luke 23. 
42. 
k. Tosh. 2.12. 

1 Sam. 20. 
14, 15. 

2 Sam. 9.1. 
1 Kings 2. 7. 



1 ch. 39. 20. 



II Or, full 
of holes. 



t Heb. miat 
of Pharaoh, 
the work of 
a baker, or, 
cook. 



m ver. 12. 



n ver. 13. 

II Or, reckon 
thee, and 
take thy 
otTice from 
thee. 



Matt. 14. 6. 
p Mark 6. 

g ver. 13, 19. 
Matt. 25. 19. 

l?l!one,. 

1 ver. 13. 

s Neh. 2. 1. 



Joseph interpreteth their dreams. 

7 And he asked Pharaoh's officers that 
were with him in the ward of his lord's 
house, saying. Wherefore t look ye so sadly 
to-day ? 

8 And they said unto him, "^We have 
dreamed a dream, and there is no interpreter 
of it. And Joseph said unto them, ^ Do not 
interpretations belong to God ? Tell me them, 
I pray you. 

9 And the chief butler told his dream to 
Joseph, and said unto him. In my dream, be- 
hold, a vine was before me ; 

10 And in the vine were three branches : 
and it was as though it budded, and her 
blossoms shot forth ; and the clusters thereof 
brought forth ripe grapes : 

11 And Pharaoh's cup was in my hand : 
and I took the grapes, and pressed them into 
Pharaoh's cup, and I gave the cup into 
Pharaoh's hand. 

12 And Joseph said unto him, ^This is 
the interpretation of it : The three branches 
s are three days : 

13 Yet within three days shall Pharaoh 
^ II lift up thy head, and restore thee unto 
thy place : and thou shalt deliver Pharaoh's 
cup into his hand, after the former manner 
when thou wast his butler. 

14 But t 'think on me when it shall be 
well with thee, and ^shew kindness, I pray 
thee, unto me, and make mention of me 
unto Pharaoh, and bring me out of this 
house : 

15 For indeed I was stolen away out of 
the land of the Hebrews: ^and here also 
have I done nothing that they should put 
me into the dungeon. 

16 When the chief baker saw that the 
interpretation was good, he said unto Joseph, 

I also was in my dream, and behold, / had 
three || white baskets on my head : 

17 And in the uppermost basket there was 
of all manner of t bake-meats for Pharaoh : 
and the birds did eat them out of the basket 
upon my head. 

18 And Joseph answered, and said, '"This 
is the interpretation thereof: The three 
baskets are three days : 

19 "Yet within three days shall Pharaoh 

II lift up thy head from off thee, and shall 
hang thee on a tree ; and the birds shall eat 
thy flesh from off" thee. 

20 IT And it came to pass the third day, 
which was Pharaoh's « birth-day, that he 
Pmade a feast unto all his servants : and he 

I II lifted up the head of the chief butler and 
of the chief baker among his servants. 

21 And he "" restored the chief butler unto 
his butlership again; and ^ he gave the cup 
into Pharaoh's hand : 

40 



Ph 



'larao/t's two dreams. 



CHAP. XLI. 



22 But he * hanged the chief baker, as 
Joseph had interpreted to them. 

23 Yet did not the chief butler remem- 
ber Joseph, but " forgat him. 

CHAP. XLI. 

1 Pharaoh's two dreams. 25 Joseph interpreteth them. 
33 He giveth Pharaoh counsel. 38 Joseph is advanced. 
50 He begetteth Manasseh and Ephraim. 54 The 
famine beginneth. 

AND it came to pass at the end of two 
full years, that Pharaoh dreamed : and 
behold, he stood by the river. 

2 And behold, there came up out of the 
river seven well-favoured kine and fat-fleshed; 
and they fed in a meadow. 

3 And behold, seven other kine came up 
after them out of the river, ill-favoured and 
lean-fleshed ; and stood by the other kine 
upon the brink of the river, 

4 And the ill-favoured and lean-fleshed 
kine did eat up the seven well-favoured and 
fat kine. So Pharaoh awoke. 

5 And he slept and dreamed the second 
time : and behold, seven ears of corn came 
up upon one stalk, t rank and good. 

6 And behold, seven thin ears and blasted 
with the east wind sprung up after them. 

7 And the seven thin ears devoured the 
seven rank and full ears. And Pharaoh 
awoke, and behold, it was a dream. 

8 And it came to pass in the morning, 
•^that his spirit was troubled; and he sent 
and called for all ^the magicians of Egypt, 
and all the'^M'ise men thereof: and Pharaoh 
told them his dream; but there was none 
that could interpret them unto Pharaoh. 

9 IF Then spake the chief butler unto 
Pharaoh, saying, I do remember my faults 
this day: 

10 Pharaoh was "^ wroth with his servants, 
^and put me in ward in the captain of the 
guard's house, both me, and the chief baker : 

11 And ^we dreamed a dream in one night, 
1 and he : we dreamed each man according 
to the interpretation of his dream. 

12 And there was there with us a young 
man,anHebrew, & servant to the captain of 
the guard ; and we told him, and he ^ inter- 
preted to us our dreams ; to each man accord- 
ing to his dream he did interpret. 

13 And it came to pass, 'as he interpreted 
to us, so it was : me he restored unto mine 
office, and him he hanged. 

14 H "^ Then Pharaoh sent and called Joseph, 
and they ^f brought him hastily ""out of the 
dungeon : and he shaved himself, and changed 
his raiment, and came in unto Pharaoh. 

15 And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, I have 
dreamed a dream, and there is none that can 

F 



Before 

CHRIST 

1718. 



t ver. 19. 



u Job 19. 14. 
Ps. 31. 12. 
Kccles.9.15, 
16. 
Amos 6. 6. 



1715. 



t Hch.fat. 



a Dan. 2. 1. 
& 4. 5, 19. 
b E.xod. 7. 
11,2-2. 
Isa. 29. 14. 
Dan. 1. 20. 
& 2. 2. cSt 4. 
7. 
c Matt. 2. 1. 



dch.40.2,3 
e ch. 39. 20. 



f ch. 40. 5. 



g ch. 37. 36. 

Ii rh. 40. 12, 
&c. 



i ch. 40. 22. 



k Vs. 105. 

20. 

1 Dan. 2. 25. 

t Heb. made 

him run. 

m 1 Sam. 2. 

8. 

P3. 113. 7, 8. 



Before 

c H pa S T 

1715. 



n ver. 12. 
Ps. 25. 14. 
Dan. 5. 16. 

11 Or, when 
thou hcarcst 
a dream thou 
canst inter- 
pret it. 
o Dan. 2. 30. 
Acts 3. 12. 
2 Cot. 3. 5. 
p ch. 40. 8. 
Dan. 2. 22, 
28, 47. &. 4. 2. 
q ver. 1. 



t Heb. coyne 
to the in- 
ward parts 
of them. 



Or, small. 



r ver. 8. 
Dan. 4. 7. 



s Dan. 2. 28, 
29, 45. 
Kev. 4. 1. 



t 2 Kings 8. 
u ver. 25. 



X ver. 47. 



y ver. 54. 



z ch. 47. 13. 



fHeb./ieocy. 



a Numb. 23. 
19. 

Isai. 46. 10, 
11. 

Ii Ot, prepa- 
red of God. 



Joseph inlcrpreleth them. 

interpret it : "and I have heard say of thee, 
that II thou canst understand a dream to inter- 
pret it. 

16 And Joseph answered Pharaoh, saying, 
° 7^ 15 not in me: PGod shall give Pharaoh 
an answer of peace. 

17 And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, ^In 
my dream, behold, I stood upon the bank of 
the river : 

18 And behold, there came up out of the 
river seven kine, fat-fleshed, and well-favour- 
ed ; and they fed in a meadow : 

19 And behold, seven other kine came up 
after them, poor, and very ill-favoured, and 
lean-fleshed, such as I never saw in all the 
land of Egypt for badness : 

20 And the lean and the ill-favoured kine 
did eat up the first seven fat kine : 

21 And when they had t eaten them up, 
it could not be known that they had eaten 
them ; but they were still ill-favoured, as at 
the beginning. So I awoke. 

22 And I saw in my dream, and behold, 
seven ears came up in one stalk, full and 
good : 

23 And behold, seven ears, [| withered, 
thin, and blasted with the east wind, sprung 
up after them : 

24 And the thin ears devoured the seven 
good ears : and ''I told this unto the magi- 
cians ; but there was none that could declare 
it to me. 

25 IF And Joseph said unto Pharaoh, The 
dream of Pharaoh is one : ^ God hath shewed 
Pharaoh what he is about to do. 

26 The seven good kine are seven years ; 
and the seven good ears are seven years : the 
dream is one. 

27 And' the seven thin and ill-favoured 
kine that came up after them«re seven years ; 
and the seven empty ears blasted with the 
east wind shall be * seven years of famine. 

28 "This is the thing which I have spoken 
unto Pharaoh : what God is about to do he 
sheweth unto Pharaoh. 

29 Behold, there come '^ seven years of 
great plenty throughout all the land of 
Egypt : 

30 And there shall ^ arise after them seven 
years of famine ; and all the plenty shall be 
forgotten in the land of Egypt; and the 
famine ' shall consume the land : 

31 And the plenty shall not be known in 
the land by reason of that famine following : 
for it shall he very f grievous. 

32 And for that the dream was doubled 
unto Pharaoh twice ; it is because the ^tiling 
is II established by God, and God will shortly 
bring it to pass. 

33 Now therefore let Pharaoh look out a 

41 



Jusciili is advanced by Pharaoh. 

man discreet and wise, and set him over the 
land of Egypt. 

34 Let Pharaoh do this., and let him ap- 
point II officers over the land, and ''take up 
the fifth part of the land of Egypt in the 
seven plenteous years. 

35 And "let them gather all the food of 
those good years that come, and lay up corn 
under the hand of Pharaoh ; and let them 
keep food in the cities. 

36 And that food shall be for store to the 
land against the seven years of famine, which 
shall be in the land of Egypt ; that the land 
t *• perish not through the famine. 

37 H And *^ the thing was good in the eyes of 
Pharaoh, and in the eyes of all his servants. 

38 And Pharaoh said unto his servants. 
Can we find such a one as this Z5, a man ''in 
whom the spirit of God is ? 

39 And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, Foras- 
much as God hath shewed thee all this, there 
is none so discreet and wise as thou art : 

40 &Thou shalt be over my house, and 
according unto thy word shall all my people 
t bo ruled : only in the throne will I be 
greater than thou. 

41 And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, See, I 
have ''set thee over all the land of Egypt. 

42 And Pharaoh 'took off his ring from 
his hand, and put it upon Joseph's hand, 
and ''arrayed him in vestures of || fine linen, 
'and put a gold chain about his neck ; 

43 And he made him to ride in the second 
chariot which he had: ""and they cried be- 
fore him, II t Bow the knee : and he made 
him ruler " over all the land of Egypt. 

44 And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, I am 
Pharaoh, and without thee shall no man lift 
up his hand or foot in all the land of Egypt. 

45 And Pharaoh called Joseph's name 
II Zaphnath-paaneah ; and he gave him to 
wife Asenath the daughter of Poti-pherah 
II priest of On : and Joseph went out over 
all the land of Egypt. 

46 ^ And Joseph was thirty years old 
when he "stood before Pharaoh king of Egypt : 
and Joseph went out from the presence of 
Pharaoh, and went throughout all the land 
of Egypt. 

47 And in the seven plenteous years the 
earth brought forth by handfuls. 

48 And he gathered up all the food of the 
seven years which were in the land of Egypt, 
and laid up the food in the cities : the food 
of the field which was round about every 
city, laid he up in the same. 

49 And Joseph gathered corn Pas the sand 
of the sea, very much, until he left number- 
ing ; for it was without number. 

50 '' And unto Joseph were born two 



GENESIS. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1T15. 


about 171.5. 




II Or, prince. 




ver. 45. 




2 Sam. 8. 18. 


II Or, over- 


about 1712. 


seers. 




b Prov. 6. 


1! That is. 


6, 7, 8. 


forgetting. 


c ver. 48. 






about 1711. 




11 Thnt is, 
fruitful. 






r ch. 49. 22. 




1708. 




B Ps. 105. 16. 




Acts 7. 11. 


t Hcb. be 


t ver. 30. 


itot cut off. 




d ch. 47. 15, 




19. 




ePs. 105.19. 




Acu 7. 10. 




f Numb. 




27. J8. 




Job 32. 8. 




Prov. 2. 6. 




nan. 4. 8, 
18. & 5. 11, 






14.&6.3. 




e Ps. 105. 
21. 22. 


t Heb. all 
wherein 


Acts 7. 10. 


was. 

u rh. 42. 6. 


t Heb. be 


&47. 14,24. 


armed, or. 




kiss. 






X Deut. 9. 




28. 


h Dan. 6. 3. 




i Eslh. 3.10. 




& 8. 2, 8. 




k Esth. 8. 15. 




1 Or, silU. 




Dan. 5. 7, 




29. 




m Eslb.6.9. 




II Or, Ten- 
ilcr father. 






di. 45. 8. 




t Fleb. 




.dhrech. 




n rh. 42. 6. 




& 45. 8, 20. 




Acts 7. 10. 


1707. 




a Acts 7. 12. 


II Wliirh in 
the Coptic 






signifies, 




./I rei^ealer 




of secrets. 




or, The man 




to whom se- 




crets are re- 


b ch. 43. 8. 


vented. 


r.-^. 118.17. 


1 Or, privce. 
Exod. 2. Ifi. 


Isai. 38. 1. 




2 Sam. 8. 18. 




& 20. 20. 




about 1715. 




o 1 Sam. 16. 




21. 




1 Kings 12. 




t), 1^. 


! c ver. 38. 


Dan. 1. 19. 






d Acts 7. 11. 




e ch. 41.41. 




f ch. 37.7. 


P el,. 22. 17. 




.ludg. 7. 12. 




ISam. 1X5. 




Ps. 78. 27. 






t Heh. 


<r ch. 46. 20. 


hard things 


& 48. 5. 


with the' . 



Josephs brethren come into Egypt. 

sons before the years of famine came : which 
Asenath the daughter of Poti-pherah || priest 
of On bare unto him. 

51 And Joseph called the name of the 
first-born || Manasseh; ForGod, said he, hath 
made me forget all my toil, and all my 
father's house. 

52 And the name of the second called he 
Ephraim : For God hath caused me to be 

■^ fruitful in the land of my aflfliction. 

53 IF And the seven years of plenteousness 
that was in the land of Egypt, were ended. 

54 ^ And the seven years of dearth began 
to come, * according as Joseph had said : and 
the dearth was in all lands ; but in all the 
land of Egypt there was bread. 

55 And when all the land of Egypt was 
famished, the people cried to Pharaoh for 
bread : and Pharaoh said unto all the Egypt- 
ians, Go unto Joseph; what he saith to you, 
do. 

56 And the famine was over all the face 
of the earth : and Joseph opened t ah the 
store-houses, and "sold unto the Egyptians; 
and the .famine waxed sore in the land of 

Egypt. 

57 ^ And all countries came into Egypt to 
Joseph for to buy corn ^ because that the 
famine was so sore in all lands. 

CHAP. XLII. 

1 Jacob sendeth his ten sons to huy corn in Egypt. 16 They 
are imprisoned by Joseph for spies. 18 They are set 
at liberty., on condition to bring Benjamin. 21 They 
have remorse for Joseph. 24 Simeon is kept for a 
pledge. 25 They return loith corn., and their money. 
29 Their relation to Jacob. 36 Jacob refuseth to seiid 
Benjamin. 

NOW when ''^ Jacob saw that there was 
corn in Egypt, Jacob said unto his sons. 
Why do ye look one upon another ? 

2 And he said. Behold I have heard that 
there is corn in Egypt : get you down thither, 
and buy for us from thence ; that we may 
''live, and not die. 

3 IFAnd Joseph's ten brethren went down 
to buy corn in Egypt. 

4 But Benjamin, Joseph's brother, Jacob 
sent not with his brethren : for he said, '^Lest 
peradventure mischief befall him. 

5 And the sons of Israel came to buy corn 
among those that came : for the famine was 
''in the land of Canaan. 

6 And Joseph was the governor ^ over the 
land, and he it was that sold to all the peo])le 
of the land : and Joseph's brethren came, and 
* bowed down themselves before him with 
their faces to the earth. 

7 And Joseph saw his brethren, and he 
knew them, but made himself strange unto 
them, and spake t roughly unto them ; and 

42 



He imprisoneth tliemfor spies. 

he said unto them, Whence come ye ? And 
they said, From the land of Canaan to buy 
food. 

8 And Joseph knew his brethren, but they 
knew not him. 

9 And Joseph ? remembered the dreams 
which he dreamed of them, and said unto 
them. Ye are spies ; to see the nakedness of 
the land ye are come. 

10 And they said unto him. Nay, my lord, 
but to buy food are thy servants come. 

11 We are all one man's sons; we are 
true me7i ; thy servants are no spies. 

12 And he said unto them. Nay, but to 
see the nakedness of the land ye are come. 

13 And they said. Thy servants are twelve 
brethren, the sons of one man in the land of 
Canaan : and behold, the youngest is this 
day with our father, and one ^is not. 

14 And Joseph said unto them, That is it 
that I spake unto you, saying. Ye are spies : 

15 Hereby ye shall be proved: 'By the 
life of Pharaoh ye shall not go forth hence, 
except your youngest brother come hither. 

16 Send one of you, and let him fetch your 
brother, and ye shall be fkept in prison, that 
your words may be proved, whether there he 
any truth in you : or else, by the life of Pha- 
raoh, surely ye are spies. 

17 And he fput them all together into 
ward three days. 

18 And Joseph said unto them the third 
day. This do, and live ; ^for I fear God : 

19 If ye he true men, let one of your bre- 
thren be bound in the house of your prison : 
go ye, carry corn for the famine of your 
houses : 

20 But 1 bring your youngest brother unto 
me ; so shall your words be verified, and ye 
shall not die. And they did so. 

21 IF And they said one to another, ™ We 
are verily guilty concerning our brother, in 
that we saw the anguish of his soul, when he 
besought us, and we would not hear ; " there- 
fore is this distress come upon us. 

22 And Reuben answered them, saying, 
"Spake I not unto you, saying. Do not sin 
against the child ; and ye would not hear ? 
therefore behold also his blood is p required. 

23 And they knew not that Joseph under- 
stood them ; for f he spake unto them by an 
interpreter. 

24 And he turned himself about from 
them, and wept ; and returned to them again, 
and communed with them, and took from 
them Simeon, and bound him before their 
eyes. 

25 IT Then Joseph commanded to fill their 
sacks with corn, and to restore every man's 
money into his sack, and to give them provi- 



CHAP. XLIII. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1707. 



gch.37.5,9. 



h cli. 37. 30. 
Lam. 5.7. 
See ch. 44. 
20. 



i See 1 Sam. 
1. 20. & 17. 
55. 



t Heb. 
bound. 



t Heb. 
gathered. 



k Lev. 25. 

43. 

Neh. 5. 15. 



1 ver. 34. 
ch. 43. .5. 
& 44. 23. 



m Job 36. 
8, 9. 
Hos. 5. 15. 



n Prov. 21. 

13. 

Matt. 7. 2. 



o ch. 37.21. 



p c)i. 9. 5. 

1 Kings 2. 

32. 

2Chron. 24. 

2-2. 

Ps. 9. 12. 

Luke 11. 50, 

51. 

t Heb. an 

interprpter 

was between 

tlLcm. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1707. 



a Matt. 5. 

Rom. 12. 17. 
20,21. 
r see 
ch. 43. 21. 



t Heb. went 
forth. 



s ver. 7. 
t Heb. with 
)ts hard 
things. 



t ver. 15, 19, 
20. 



u ch. 34. 10. 



X See 
en. 43. 21. 



y ch. 43. 14. 



z ver. 13. & 
ch. 37. 33. 
&44. 28. 
a ver. 4. & 
ch.44. 29. 
b ch. 37. 35. 
& 44. 31. 



a ch. 41. 54, 
57. 



Jacoh refuseth to send Benjamin. 

sion for the way: and ithus did he unto 
them. 

26 And they laded their asses with the 
corn, and departed thence. 

27 And as "^one of them opened his sack 
to give his ass provender in the inn, he espied 
his money : for behold, it was in his sack's 
mouth. 

28 And he said unto his brethren, My 
money is restored ; and lo, it is even in my 
sack : and their heart t failed them, and they 
were afraid, saying one to another. What is 
this that God hath done unto us ? 

29 II And they came unto Jacob their 
father unto the land of Canaan, and told him 
all that befell unto them, saying, 

30 The man who is the lord of the land, 
^ spake t roughly to us, and took us for spies 
of the country. 

31 And we said unto him. We are true 
men ; we are no spies : 

32 We he twelve brethren, sons of our 
father : one is not, and the youngest is this 
day with our father in the land of Canaan. 

33 And the man, the lord of the country, 
said unto us, * Hereby shall I know that ye 
are true men: leave one of your brethren here 
with me, and take food for the famine of 
your households, and be gone : 

34 And bring your youngest brother unto 
me : then shall I know that ye are no spies, 
but that ye are true men : so will I deliver 
you your brother, and ye shall " traflick in 
the land. 

35 H And it came to pass as they emptied 
their sacks, that behold, '^ every man's bun- 
dle of money was in his sack; and when both 
they and their father saw the bundles of 
money, they were afraid. 

36 And Jacob their father said unto them. 
Me have ye y bereaved of my children: 
Joseph is not, and Simeon is not, and ye will 
take Benjamin away : all these things are 
against me. 

37 And Reuben spake unto his father, 
saying, Slay my two sons, if I bring him 
not to thee : deliver him into my hand, and 
I will bring him to thee again. 

38 And he said. My son shall not go down 
with you ; for ^his brother is dead, and he is 
left alone : ^if mischief befall him by the way 
in the which ye go, then shall ye "^ bring 
down my gray hairs with sorrow to the grave. 

CHAP. XLIII. 

1 Jacob is hardly persuaded to send Benjamin. 15 Joseph 
entertai7ieth his brethren, 31 He maketh them a feast. 

AND the famine was =^sore in the land. 
2 And it came to pass, when they had 
eaten up the corn which they had brought 

43 



^^. 



Jacob sendeth Benjamin. 

out of Egypt, their father said unto them, 
Go again, buy us a Httle food. 

3 And Judah spake unto him, saying, The 
man tdid solemnly protest unto us, say- 
ing. Ye shall not see my face, except your 
''brother he with you. 

4 If thou wilt send our brother with us, 
we will go down and buy thee food : 

5 Cut if thou wait not send him we w ill 
not o-o down : for the man said unto us, Ye 
shall not see my face, except your brother 
he with you, 

6 And Israel said. Wherefore dealt ye so 
ill with me, as to tell the man whether ye 
had yet a brother ? 

7 And they said. The man tasked us strait- 
ly of our state, and of our kindred, saying. Is 
your father yet alive ? have ye another bro- 
ther ? and we told him according to the 
t tenor of these words : t Could we certainly 
know that he would say, Bring your brother 
down ? 

8 And Judah said unto Israel his father. 
Send the lad with me, and we will arise and 
go ; that we may live, and not die, both we, 
and thou, and also our little ones. 

9 I will be surety for him ; of my hand 
shalt thou require him: ''if I bring him not 
uhto thee, and set him before thee, then let 
me bear the blame for ever : 

10 For except we had lingered, surely 
now we had returned || this second time. 

11 And their father Israel said unto them. 
If it must he so now, do this ; take of the 
best fruits in the land in your vessels, and 
^ carry down the man a present, a little ^ balm, 
and a little honey, spices, and myrrh, nuts, 
and almonds : 

12 And take double money in your hand ; 
and the money ^that was .brought again in 
the mouth of your sacks, carry it again in 
your hand ; peradventure it was an over- 
sight : 

13 Take also your brother, and arise, go 
again unto the man : 

14 And God Almighty give you mercy 
before the man, that he may send away 
your other brother, and Benjamin : s || If I 
be bereaved of my children^ I am bereaved. 

15 IT And the men took that present, and 
they took double money in their hand, and 
Benjamin ; and rose up, and went down to 
Egypt, and stood before Joseph. 

16 And when Joseph saw Benjamin with 
them, he said to the ''ruler of his house, 
Bring these men home, and t slay, and make 
ready : for these men shall t dine with me 
at noon. 

17 And the man did as Joseph bade : and 
the man brought the men into .Joseph's house. 



GENESIS. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1707. 



t Heb. pro- 
testing pro- 
tested. 

b ch. 42. 20. 
& 44. 23. 



t Heb. 
asking ask- 
ed us. 



t Heb. 
mouth. 
t Heb. 
Knowing 
could we 
know ? 



e ch. 44. 32. 
Philem. 18, 
19. 



II Or, twice 
by this. 



d ch. 32. 20. 
Prov. 18. 16. 
e ch. 37. 25. 
Jer. 8. 22. 



f ch. 42. 25, 
35. 



g Esther 4. 

16. 

II Or, and I 

as I have 

been, &-c. 



h ch. 24. 2. 

& 39. 4. & 

44. 1. 

t Heb. kill 

a killing. 

1 Sam. 25. 

11. 

t Heb. eat. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1707. 



t Heb. 
roll himself 
upon us. 
Job 30. 14. 



i ch. 42. 3, 
10. 

■f Heb. com- 
ing down we 
came down. 
k ch. 42. 27, 
35. 



t Heb. . 

your money 
came to me. 



I ch. 18. 4. 
& 24. 32. 



m ch. 37. 7, 
10. 



tHeb. 
peace. 
ch. 37. 14. 
f Heb. is 
there peace 
to your fa- 
ther ? 

n ch. 42. 11, 
13. 



och.37.7, 
10. 



p ch. 35.17, 
18. 

q ch. 42. 13. 



r 1 Kings 3. 
26. 



s ch. 42. 24. 



t ver. 25. 



u ch. 46. 34. 

Exod.8.26. 



Joseph e7itertaineth his brethren. 

18 And the men were afraid, because they 
were brought into Joseph's house ; and they 
said. Because of the 'money that was return- 
ed in our sacks at the first time, are we 
brought in ; that he may t seek occasion 
against us, and fall upon us, and take us 
for bondmen, and our asses, 

19 And they came near to the steward 
of Joseph's house, and they communed with 
him at the door of the house, 

20 And said, O sir, '+we came indeed 
down at the first time to buy food : 

21 And ''it came to pass, when we came 
to the inn, that we opened our sacks, and 
behold, every man's money was in the mouth 
of his sack, our money in full weight : and 
we have brought it again in our hand. 

22 And other money have we brought 
down in our hands to buy food : we cannot 
tell who put our money in our sacks. 

23 And he said. Peace he to you, fear not : 
your God, and the God of your father, hath 
given you treasure in your sacks : 1 1 had 
your money. And he brought Simeon out 
unto them. 

24 And the man brought the men mto 
Joseph's house, and 'gave them water, and 
they washed their feet ; and he gave their 
asses provender. 

25 And they made ready the present 
against Joseph came at noon : for they heard 
that they should eat bread there, 

26 H And when Joseph came home, they 
brought him the present which was in their 
hand into the house, and ™ bowed themselves 
to him to the earth. 

27 And he asked them of their f welfare, 
and said, -\Is your father well, the old man 
"of whom ye spake? Is he yet alive ? 

28 And they answered, Thy servant our 
father is in good health, he is yet alive : 
°and they bowed down their heads, and 
made obeisance. 

29 And he lifted up his eyes, and saw his 
brother Benjamin, p his mother's son, and 
said. Is this your younger brother, ^ of whom 
ye spake unto me ? And he said, God be 
gracious unto thee, my son. 

30 And Joseph made haste ; for ' his 
bowels did yearn upon his brother : and he 
sought where to weep ; and he entered into 
his chamber, and ^wept there. 

31 And he washed his face, and went out, 
and refrained himself, and said. Set on* bread. 

32 And they set on for him by himself, 
and for them by themselves, and for the 
Egyptians which did eat with him, by 
themselves : because the Egyptians might 
not eat bread with the Hebrews ; for that 
is "an abomination unto the Egyptians. 

44 



His policy to stay them. 

33 And they sat before him, the first-born 
according to his birth-right, and the youngest 
according to his youth : and the men mar- 
velled one at another. 

34 And he took and sent messes unto them 
from before him : but Benjamin's mess was 
*five times so much as any of theirs. And 
they drank, and fwere merry with him. 

CHAP. XLIV. 

1 Joseph's policy to stay his brethren. 14 JudaK's hum- 
ble supplication to Joseph. 

AND he commanded t the steward of his 
house, saying, Fill the men's sacks with 
food, as much as they can carry, and put 
every man's money in his sack's mouth. 

2 And put my cup, the silver cup, in the 
sack's mouth of the youngest, and his corn- 
money : and he did according to the word 
that Joseph had spoken. 

3 As soon as the morning was light, the 
men were sent away, they, and their asses. 

4 And when they were gone out of the 
city, and not yet far off, Joseph said unto 
his steward. Up, follow after the men; and 
when thou dost overtake them, say unto 
them. Wherefore have ye rewarded evil for 
good ? 

5 Is not this it in which my lord drinketh, 
and whereby indeed he || divineth ? ye have 
done evil in so doing. 

6 1^ And he overtook them, and he spake 
unto them these same words. 

7 And they said unto him. Wherefore saith 
my lord these words ? God forbid that thy 
servants should do according to this thing : 

8 Behold, ^the money which we found in 
our sacks' mouths, we brought again unto 
thee out of the land of Canaan : how then 
should we steal out of thy lord's house silver 
or gold ? 

9 With whomsoever of thy servants it be 
found, ^both let him die, and we also will 
be my lord's bond-men. 

10 And he said. Now also let it he accord- 
ing unto your words : he with whom it is 
found shall be my servant ; and ye shall be 
blameless. 

11 Then they speedily took down every 
man his sack to the ground, and opened 
every man his sack. 

12 And he searched, and began at the 
eldest, and left at the youngest : and the 
cup was found in Benjamin's sack. 

13 Then thev *=rent their clothes, and 
laded every man his ass, and returned to the 
city. 

14 IT And Judah and his brethren came 
to Joseph's house, (Joy he was yet there :) and 
they ''fell before him on the ground. 



CHAP. XLIV. 



Before I 
CHRIST 
1707. 



X ch. 45. 22. 

t Heb. 

drank 

largely : 

See Hag. 1. 

6. 

John 2. 10. 



t Heb. 
him that was 
over his 
house. 



II Or, mak- 
eth trial. 



a ch. 43. 21. 



b ch. 31. 32. 



c ch. 37. 29, 
34. 

Num. 14. 6. 
2 Sam. 1.11. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1707. 

II oi-. . , 

make trial. 
ver. 5. 



e ver. 9. 



fProv 17. 
15. 



g ch. 18. 30, 
32. 

Exod. 32. 
22. 



h ch. 37. 3. 



i ch. 42. 15, 
20. 



d ch. 37. 7. 



k ch. 43. 3, 

0* 



1 ch. 13. 2. 



m ch. 46. 19. 



n ch. 37. 33. 



o ch. 42. 36. 

38. 



P 1 Sam. 18. 
1. 



Judah'^s humble petition. 

15 And Joseph said unto them. What deed 
is this that ye have done ? wot ye not that 
such a man as I can certainly || divine ? 

16 And Judah said. What shall we say 
unto my lord ? what shall we speak ? or how 
shall we clear ourselves ? God hath found 
out the iniquity of thy servants : behold 
«we are my lord's servants, both we, and he 
also with whom the cup is found. 

17 And he said, ^God forbid that I should 
do so : hut the man in whose hand the cup 
is found, he shall be my servant ; and as for 
you, get you up in peace unto your father. 

18 H Then Judah came near unto him, 
and said, O my lord, let thy servant, I pray 
thee, speak a word in my lord's ears, and 
^let not thine anger burn against thy ser- 
vant : for thou art even as Pharaoh. 

19 My lord asked his servants, saying, 
Have ye a father, or a brother ? 

20 And we said unto my lord. We have a 
father, an old man, and ''a child of his old 
age, a little one : and his brother is dead, 
and he alone is left of his mother, and his 
father loveth him. 

21 And -thou saidst unto thy servants, 
'Bring him down unto me, that I may set 
mine eyes upon him. 

22 And we said unto my lord. The lad 
cannot leave his father : for if he should 
leave his father, his father would die. 

23 And thou saidst unto thy servants, 
■^ Except your youngest brother come down 
with you, ye shall see my face no more. 

24 And it came to pass, when we came 
up unto thy servant my father, we told him 
the, words of my lord. 

25 And 'our father said. Go again, and 
buy us a little food. 

26 And we said. We cannot go down : if 
our youngest brother be with us, then will we 
go down ; for we may not see the man's face, 
except our youngest brother he with us. 

27 And thy servant my father said unto us. 
Ye know that ""my wife bare me two sons : 

28 And the one went out from me, and 
I said, " Surely he is torn in pieces ; and I 
saw him not since : 

29 And if ye °take this also from me, and 
mischief befall him, ye shall bring down my 
gray hairs with sorrow to the grave. 

30 Now therefore when I come to thy 
servant my father, and the lad he not with 
us ; (seeing that p his life is bound up in the 
lad's life ;) 

31 It shall come to pass, when he secth 
that the lad is not with us, that he will die : 
and thy servants shall bring down the gray 
hairs of thy servant our father with sorrow 
to the grave. 

45 



Joseph maJceth himself known, 

32 For thy servant became surety for the 
lad unto my father, saying, ilf I bring him 
not unto thee, then I shall bear the blame 
to my father for ever. 

33 Now therefore, I pray thee, >iet thy 
servant abide instead of the lad a bondman 
to my lord ; and let the lad go up with his 
brethren. 

34 For how shall I go up to my father, 
and the lad be not with me ? lest peradven- 
ture I see the evil that shall f come on my 
father. 

CHAP. XLV. 

1 Joseph maketh himself known to his brethren. 5 He 
cornforteth them in God's providence. 9 He sendeth 
for his father . \Q Pharaoh confirmeth it. 2\ Joseph 
furnisheth them for their journey, and exhorteth them 
to concord. 25 Jacob is revived with the neios. 

THEN Joseph could not refrain himself 
before all them that stood by him ; 
and he cried, Cause every man to go out 
from me : and there stood no man with 
him, while Joseph made himself known unto 
his brethren. 

2 And he t wept aloud ; and the Egypt- 
ians and the house of Pharaoh heard. 

3 And Joseph said unto his brethren, ^I 
am Joseph ; doth my father yet live ? And 
his brethren could not answer him j for they 
were || troubled at his presence. 

4 And Joseph said unto his brethren, Come 
near to me, I pray you : and they came 
near: and he said, I am Joseph your bro- 
ther, ''whom ye sold into Egypt. 

5 Now therefore *= be not grieved, t nor 
angry with yourselves, that ye sold me hi- 
ther : '^for God did send me before you to 
preserve life. 

6 For these two years hath the famine 
been in the land : and yet there are five 
years, in the which there shall neither be 
earing nor harvest. 

7 And God sent me before you, t to pre- 
serve you a posterity in the earth, and to 
save your lives by a great dehverance. 

8 So now it was not you that sent me 
hither, but God : and he hath made me 
« a father to Pharaoh, and lord of all his 
house, and a ruler throughout all the land 
of Egypt. 

9 Haste ye, and go up to my father, and 
say unto him. Thus saith thy son Joseph, 
God hath made me lord of all Egypt ; come 
down unto me, tarry not : 

10 And ^thou shalt dwell in the land of 
Goshen, and thou shalt be near unto me, 
thou, and thy children, and thy children's 
children, and thy flocks, and thy herds, and 
all that thou hast : 

1 1 And there will I nourish thee, (for yet 



GENESIS. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1707. 



q ch. 43. 9. 



r Exod. 32. 
32. 



t Heb.J?nd 
my father. 
Exod. 18. 8. 
.lob 31. 29. 
Ps. 116. 3. 
& 119. 143. 



t Heb. 

fave forth 
is voice in 
weeping. 
Num. 14.1. 
a Acts 7. 13. 



II Or, 
terrified. 
.loh 4. .5, 
03 ]5 

Matt. 14. 26. 
Mark 6. 50. 



& 



b ch. 37. 28. 

c Isa. 40. 2. 
2 Cor. 2. 7. 
t Heb. -nei- 
ther let there 
he anger in 
your eves. 

17(16. 
d ch. 50. 20. 
Ps. 105. 16, 
17. 

See 2 Sam. 
16. 10, 11. 
Acts 4. 24. 



t Heb. to 
■put for you 
a remnant. 



e ch. 4!. 43. 
.Tudg. 17. 10. 
Job 29. 16. 



f ch. 47. 1. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1706. 



g ch. 42. 23. 



h Acts 7. 1 1. 



t Heb. 
was good in 
the eyes of 
Pharaoh. 
ch. 41. 37. 



i ch. 27. 28. 
Numb. 18. 
12, 29. 



t Heb. let 
not your eye 
spare, <S-c. 



t Heb. 
mouth. 
Numb. 3. 16. 



k ch. 43. 34. 



t Heb. 
carrying. 



1 Job 29. 24. 

Ps. 126. 1. 

Luke 24. 11, 

41. 

t Heb. his. 



He sendeth for his father, 

there are five years of famine ;) lest thou, and 
thy household, and all that thou hast come 
to poverty. 

12 And behold, your eyes see, and the 
eyes of my brother Benjamin, that it is s my 
mouth that speaketh unto you. 

13 And ye shall tell my father of all my 
glory in Egypt, and of all that ye have 
seen : and ye shall haste, and ''bring down 
my father hither. 

14 And he fell upon his brother Ben- 
jamin's neck, and wept ; and Benjamin wept 
upon his neck. 

15 Moreover, he kissed all his brethren, 
and wept upon them : and after that his 
brethren talked with him. 

16 H And the fame thereof was heard in 
Pharaoh's house, saying, Joseph's brethren 
are come : and it t pleased Pharaoh well, and 
his servants. 

17 And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, Say 
unto thy brethren. This do ye ; lade your 
beasts, and go, get you unto the land of 
Canaan ; 

18 And take your father, and your house- 
holds, and come unto me : and I will give 
you the good of the land of Egypt, and ye 
shall eat 'the fat of the land. 

19 Now thou art commanded, this do ye ; 
take you wagons out of the land of Egypt 
for your little ones, and for your wives, and 
bring your father, and come. 

20 Also t regard not your stuff: for the 
good of all the land of Egypt is yours. 

21 And the childrenof Israel did so; and 
Joseph gave them wagons, according to the 
t commandment of Pharaoh, and gave them 
provision for the way. 

22 To all of them he gave each man 
changes of raiment : but to Benjamin he 
gave three hundred piece* of silver, and ""five 
changes of raiment. 

23 And to his father he sent after this 
mamier ; ten asses f laden with the good 
things of Egypt, and ten she-asses laden with 
corn and bread and meat for his father by the 
way. 

24 So he sent his brethren away, and they 
departed : and he said unto them, See that 
ye fall not out by the way. 

25 IF And they went up out of Egypt, 
and came into the land of Canaan unto 
Jacob their father, 

26 And told him, saying, Joseph is yet 
alive, and he is governor over all the land 
of Egypt. 'And f Jacob's heart fainted, for 
he believed them not. 

27 And they told him all the words of 
Joseph, which he had said unto them : and 
when he saw the wagons which Joseph had 

46 



Jacob goeth into Egypt. 

sent to carry him, the spirit of Jacob their 
father revived : 

28 And Israel said, It is enough : Joseph 
my son is yet aUve : I will go and see him 
before I die. 

CHAP. XLVI. 

I Jacob is comforted by God at Beer-sheba : 5 Thence 
he with his company goeth into Egypt. 8 The member 
of his family that went into Egypt. 28 Joseph meeteth 
Jacob. 31 He instructeth his brethren hoio to answer 
to Pharaoh. 

AND Israel took his journey with all 
that he had, and came to ^Beer-sheba, 
and offered sacrifices "unto the God of his 
father Isaac. 

2 And God spake unto Israel ''in the visions 
of the night, and said, Jacob, Jacob ! and 
he said. Here am I, 

3 And he said, I am God, "^the God of 
thy father : fear not to go down into Egypt ; 
for I will there ''make of thee a great nation : 

4 ^I will go down with thee into Egypt ; 
and I will also surely ^ bring thee up again: 
and *" Joseph shall put his hand upon thine 
eyes. 

5 And ' Jacob rose up from Beer-sheba: 
and the sons of Israel carried Jacob their 
father, and their little ones, and their wives, 
in the wagons ''which Pharaoh had sent to 
carry him. 

6 And they took their cattle, and their 
goods which they had gotten in the land 
of Canaan, and came into Egypt, 'Jacob, and 
all his seed with him ; 

7 His sons, and his sons' sons with him, 
his daughters, and his sons' daughters, 
and all his seed brought he with him into 
Egypt. 

8 IF And «" these are the names of the chil- 
dren of Israel, which came into Egypt, Jacob 
and his sons : "Reuben, Jacob's first-born. 

9 And the sons of Reuben ; Hanoch, and 
Phallu, and Hezron, and Carmi. 

ion And "the sons of Simeon ; || Jemuel, 
and Jamin, and Ohad, and || Jachin, and 

II Zohah, and Shaul the son of a Canaanitish 
woman. 

11 If And the sons of pLevi ; || Gershon, 
Kohath, and Merari. 

12 n And the sons of *iJudah; Er, and 
Onan, and Shelah, and Pharez, and Zarah : 
but ""Er and Onan died in the land of Canaan. 
And Hhe sons of Pharez were Hezron, and 
Hamul. 

13 1[ ' And the sons of Issachar ; Tola, and 
II Phuvah, and Job, and Shimron. 

14 n And the sons of Zebulun ; Sered, and 
Elon, and Jahleel. 

15 These he the sons of Leah, which she 
joare unto Jacob in Padan-aram, with his 



CHAP. XLVI. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1706. 



1706. 

a ch. 21. 31, 
33. & 28. 10. 

b ch.26.94, 
25. & 28. 13. 
& 31. 42. 

c ch. 15. 1. 
Job 33. 14, 
15. 



d ch. 28. 13. 



e ch. 12. 2. 
Deut. 26. 5. 

f ch. 28. 15. 
& 48. 21. 
g ch. 15. 16. 
& 50. 13, 24, 
25. 

Exod. 3. 8. 
h ch. 50 1. 

i Acts 7. 15. 



k ch. 45. 19, 
21. 



I Deut. 26. 5. 
.losh. 24. 4. 
Ps. 105. 23. 
Isai. 52. 4. 



m E.xod. 1. 
1. & 6. 14. 



n Numb. 26. 

5. 

1 Chron. 5. 

1. 



Exod. 6. 
15. 

1 Chron. 4. 
24. 

II Or. 
JVemucl. 

Or, Jarib. 

Or, ZeraJi. 

Chron. 4. 
24. 

p 1 Chron. 
6. 1, 16. 
II Or, 
Gcrshom. 

q 1 Chron. 2. 
3. & 4. 2]. 



r ch. 38. 3, 
7, 10. 

s ch. 38.29. 
1 Chron. 2. 
5. 



t 1 Chron. 7. 

]. 

II Or, Puak, 

iind Jashiib. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1706. 

u Numb. 26. 
15, &c. 
Zephon. 
II Or,Ozn2. 
II Or, Mrod. 



X 1 Chron. 7. 
30. 



7 ch.30.10. 
z ch.29.24. 



a ch.44.27. 



b ch.41.50. 



\ Or, prince. 



c 1 Chron. 7. 
6. & 8. 1. 



d Numb. 26. 

38. 

.Shiram. 

e Numb. 26. 

30. 

Sliupham. 

I Chron. 7. 
12. 
Shupptm. 

y Hupham. 

Numb. 26. 

30 

fi Chron. 7. 

12. 

II Or, 
Shtiham. 
Numb. 26. 
42. 

g 1 Chron. 7. 

13. 

h ch. 30. 5, 

7. 

i ch. 29.29. 



k Exod. 1.5. 

t Heb. iMglt. 
ch. 35. 11. 



1 Deut. 10. 

22. 

See Acts 7. 

14. 



m ch.31.21. 
n ch.47.1. 



o Soch. 45. 
14. 



P So Luke 
2. 29, 30. 



q ch. 47. 1. 



t Heb. thry 
are men of 
cattle. 



Joseph meeteth his father Jacob* 

daughter Dinah : all the souls of his sons 
and his daughters were thirty and three. 

16 nAnd the sons of Gad ; "Ziphion, and 
Haggi, Shuni, and || Ezbon, Eri, and || Aro- 
di, and Areli. 

17 n '^ And the sons of Asher ; Jimnah, and 
Ishuah, and Isui, and Beriah, and Serah 
their sister. And the sons of Beriah; Heber, 
and Malchiel. 

18 yThese are the sons of Zilpah, '^whom 
Laban gave to Leah his daughter : and these 
she bare unto Jacob, eveti sixteen souls. 

19 The sons of Rachel, ''Jacob's wife ; 
Joseph, and Benjamin. 

20 ly*" And unto Joseph in the land of Egypt 
were born Manasseh and Ephraim, which 
Asenath the daughter of Poti-pherah || priest 
of On bare unto him. 

21 n " And the sons of Benjamin were Be- 
lah, and Becher, and Ashbel, Gera, and 
Naaman, ^Ehi, and Rosh, ^Muppim, and 
II Huppim, and Ard. 

22 These are the sons of Rachel, which 
were born to Jacob ; all the souls were 
fourteen. 

23 IF *"And the sons of Dan ; || Hushim. 

24 IF ^ And the sons of Naphtali ; Jahzeel, 
and Guni, and Jezer, and Shillem. 

25 ^ These are the sons of Bilhah, ' which 
Laban gave unto Rachel his daughter, and 
she bare these unto Jacob : all the souls were 
seven. 

26 ''All the souls that came with Jacob 
into Egypt, which came out of his t loins, 
besides Jacob's sons' wives, all the souls were 
threescore and six ; 

27 And the sons of Joseph which were 
borne him in Egypt, were two souls: 'all 
the souls of the house of Jacob, which came 
into Egypt, were threescore and ten. 

28 "^ And he sent Judah before him unto 
Joseph, ""to direct his face unto Goshen; and 
they came "into the land of Goshen. 

29 And Joseph made ready his chariot, 
and went up to meet Israel his father to 
Goshen; and presented himself unto him; 
and he °fell on his neck, and wept on his 
neck a good while. 

30 And Israel said unto Joseph, pNow 
let me die, since I have seen thy face, because 
thou art yet alive. 

31 And Joseph said unto his brethren, 
and unto his father's house, "^I will go up, 
and shew Pharaoh, and say unto him, Mj 
brethren, and my father's house, which were 
in the land of Canaan, are come unto me : 

32 And the men are shepherds, for t their 
trade hath been to feed cattle ; and they 
have brought their flocks, and their herds, 
and all that they have. 

47 



Joseph presenteth his brethren, SfC. 

33 And it shall come to pass, when Pha- 
raoh shall call you, and shall say, ""What is 
your occupation ? 

34 That ye shall say, Thy servants' ^ trade 
hath been about cattle *from our youth even 
until now, both we, and also our fathers : 
that ye may dwell in the land of Goshen; 
for every shepherd is "an abomination unto 
the Egyptians. 

CHAP. XLVII. 

1 Joseph presenteth Jive of his brethren, 7 and his father 
before Pharaoh. 11 He giveth them habitation and 
maintenance. 13 He getteth all the EgTjptians'' money, 
16 their cattle, 18 their lands to Pharaoh. 22 The 
priests' land was not bought. 23 He letteth the land 
to them for a fifth part. 28 JacoVs age. 29 He 
swear eth Joseph to bury him with his fathers. 

THEN Joseph ''came and told Pharaoh, 
and said. My father and my brethren, 
and their flocks, and their herds, and all that 
they have, are come out of the land of Ca- 
naan ; and behold, they are in ^the land of 
Goshen. 

2 And he took some of his brethren, even 
five men, and ''presented them unto Pharaoh. 

3 And Pharaoh said unto his brethren, 
^ What is your occupation ? And they said 
unto Pharaoh, ^Thy servants are shepherds, 
both we, and also our fathers. 

4 They said moreover unto Pharaoh, ^For 
to sojourn in the land are we come ; for thy 
servants have no pasture for their flocks, 
&for the famine is sore in the land of Ca- 
naan : now therefore, we pray thee, let thy 
servants ^ dwell in the land of Goshen. 

5 And Pharaoh spake unto Joseph, say- 
ing. Thy father and thy brethren are come 
unto thee: 

6 'The land of Egypt is before thee ; in 
the best of the land make thy father and 
brethren to dwell ; ^ in the land of Goshen 
let them dwell ; and if thou knowest any 
men of activity among them, then make 
them rulers over my cattle. 

7 And Joseph brought in Jacob his father, 
and set him before Pharaoh : and Jacob 
blessed Pharaoh. 

8 And Pharaoh said unto Jacob, f How 
old art thou ? 

9 And Jacob said unto Pharaoh, 'The 
days of the years of my pilgrimage are an 
hundred and thirty years: ™few and evil 
have the days of the years of my life been, 
and ''have not attained unto the days of the 
years of the life of my fathers in the days 
of their pilgrimage. 

10 And Jacob "blessed Pharaoh, and went 
out from before Pharaoh. 

1 1 If And Joseph placed his father and 
his brethren, and gave them a possession in 



GENESIS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1706. 


Before 

CHRIST 

1706. 


r ch. 47. 2, 
3. 

8 ver. 32. 


p Exod. 1. 
11. & 12.37. 
q ver. 6. 


t ch.30.35. 
& 34. 5. & 
37. 12. 

u ch. 43. 32. 
E.\od.8.26. 


1 Or, as a 
ittle child is 
nourished. 
t Heb. ac- 
cording to 
the little 
ones. 

ch. 50.21. 
r ch.41.30. 
Acts 7. 11. 




8 ch.41.56. 




1702. 


1706. 
1 ach.46.31. 






t ver. 19. 


b ch.45.10. 
& 46. 28. 




c Acta 7. 13. 




d ch.46.33. 




e ch. 46. 34. 


t Heb. led 
thevj. 


f ch. 1,5. 13. 
Deut. 26. 5. 




g ch.43.1. 

Acts 7. 11. 




h ch.46.34. 




i ch. 20. 15. 




k ver. 4. 






1701. 


T Heb. How 
many are (Ac 
days of the 
years of thy 
life ? 

1 Hebr. 11. 
9,13. 
Ps. 39. 12. 

m Job 14. 1. 


u Ezra 7. 24. 
II Or, 
princes. 
ch. 41. 45. 
2 Sara. 8. 18. 


n ch.25.7. 
& 35. 28. 




ver. 7. 





Joseph'' s dealing in the famine. 

the land of Eg5rpt, in the best of the land, in 
the land of pRameses, las Pharaoh had com- 
manded. 

12 And Joseph nourished his father, and 
his brethren, and all his father's household, 
with bread || t according to their families. 

13 % And there was no bread in all the 
land ; for the famine was very sore, 'so that 
the land of Egypt, and all the land of Canaan, 
fainted by reason of the famine. 

14 ^ And Joseph gathered up all the money 
that was found in the land of Egypt, and in 
the land of Canaan, for the corn which they 
bought : and Joseph brought the money into 
Pharaoh's house. 

15 And when money failed in the land of 
Egypt, and in the land of Canaan, all the 
Egyptians came unto Joseph, and said. Give 
us bread: for '^why should we die in thy 
presence ? for the money faileth. 

16 And Joseph said. Give your cattle ; 
and I will give you for your cattle, if money 
fail. 

17 And they brought their cattle unto 
Joseph : and Joseph gave them bread in ex- 
change for horses, and for the flocks, and 
for the cattle of the herds, and for the asses ; 
and he t fed them with bread, for all their 
cattle, for that year. 

18 When that year was ended, they came 
unto him the second year, and said unto 
him. We will not hide it from my lord, 
how that our money is spent ; my lord also 
hath our herds of cattle : there is not aught 
left in the sight of my lord, but our bodies 
and our lands : 

19 Wherefore shall we die before thine 
eyes, both we and our land ? buy us and our 
land for bread, and we and our land will 
be servants unto Pharaoh : and give us seed, 
that we may live, and not die, that the land 
be not desolate. 

20 And Joseph bought all the land of 
Egypt for Pharaoh ; for the Egyptians sold 
every man his field, because the famine pre- 
vailed over them : so the land became Pha- 
raoh's. 

21 And as for the people, he removed 
them to cities from one end of the borders 
of Egypt even to the other end thereof. 

22 " Only the land of the || priests bought 
he not ; for the priests had a portion assigned 
them of Pharaoh, and did eat their portion 
which Pharaoh gave them j wherefore they 
sold not their lands. 

23 Then Joseph said unto the people. 
Behold, I have bought you this day and 
your land for Pharaoh : lo, here is seed for 
you, and ye shall sow the land. 

24 And it shall come to pass in the in- 

48 



Juseph with his sons visiteth Jacob. 



CHAP. XL Vlll, Jacob blesseth Ephraim and Manasseh. 



crease, that ye shall give the fifth part unto 
Pharaoh, and four parts shall be your own, 
for seed of the field, and for your food, and 
for them of your households, and for food for 
your little ones. 

25 And they said, Thou hast saved our 
lives : ^let us find grace in the sight of my 
lord, and we will be Pharaoh's servants, 

26 And Joseph made it a law over the 
land of Egypt unto this day, that Pharaoh 
should have the fifth part; y except the 
land of the || priests only, which became not 
Pharaoh's. 

27 If And Israel ^ dwelt in the land of 
Egypt, in the country of Goshen ; and they 
had possessions therein, and ''grew, and mul- 
tiplied exceedingly. 

28 And Jacob lived in the land of Egypt 
seventeen years : so t the whole age of Jacob 
wasanhundred forty and seven years. 

29 And the time ''drew nigh that Israel 
must die : and he called his son Joseph, and 
said unto him. If now I have found grace in 
thy sight, ''put, I pray thee, thy hand under 
my thigh, and "^deal kindly and truly with 
me ; ""bury me not, I pray thee, in Egypt : 

30 But ^I will lie with my fathers, and 
thou shalt carry me out of Egypt, and &bury 
me in their burying-place. And he said, I 
will do as thou hast said. 

31 And he said. Swear unto me : and he 
sware unto him. And ^ Israel bowed him- 
self upon the bed's head, 

CHAP. XL VIII. 

1 Joseph with his sons visiteth his sick father. 2 Jacob 
strengtheneth himself to bless them. 3 He repeateth 
the promise. 5 He taketh Ephraim and Manasseh as 
his own. 7 He telleth Joseph of his mother''s grave. 
9 He blesseth Ephraim and Manasseh. 17 He pre- 
fer reth the younger before the elder. 21 He prophesieth 
their return to Canaan. 

AND it came to pass after these things, 
that one told Joseph, Behold, thy father 
is sick : and he took with him his two sons, 
Manasseh and Ephraim. 

2 And one told Jacob, and said. Behold, 
thy son Joseph cometh unto thee : and Is- 
rael strengthened himself, and sat upon the 
bed. 

3 And Jacob said unto Joseph, God 
Almighty appeared unto me at ^Luz in the 
land of Canaan, and blessed me, 

4 And said unto me. Behold, I will make 
thee fruitful, and multiply thee, and I will 
make of thee a multitude of people ; and 
will give this land to thy seed atler thee, ^for 
an everlasting possession. 

51[Andnovs^,thynwo sons, Ephraim and 
Manasseh, which were born unto thee in 
the land of Egypt, before I came unto thee 

G 



Before 

CHRIST 

1701. 



X ch.33.15. 



y ver. 22. 

II Or, 
jirinces. 
ver. 22. 



z ver. 11. 



a ch. 46. 3. 



1689. 

t Heb. the 

days of Ihe 

pears of his 

life. 

See ver. 9. 

b So Deut 

31. 14. 

1 Kings 2. 1. 



c ch. 24. 2. 
(1 ch. 24. 49. 

e So ch. 50. 
25. 

f 2 Sam. 19. 

37. 

e ch. 49. 29. 

& 50. 5, 13. 



h ch. 48. 2. 
1 Kings 1. 
47. 
Hebr. 11.21, 



1680. 



a ch. 28. 13. 
19. & 35. 6, 
9, &c. 



b ch. 17. 8. 



c ch. 41.50. 
& 46. 20. 
.losh. 13. 7. 
& 14. 4. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1689. 



d ch. 35. 9, 
16, 19. 



e So ch. 33. 
5. 



f ch. 27. 4. 

g ch. 27. 1. 
t Heb. 
heavv ." 
Isai. 6. 10. 
& 59. 1. 
h ch.27.27. 



ch. 45. 26. 



k ver. 19. 



1 Hebr. 11. 
21. 

m ch. 17. 1. 
& 24. 40. 



n ch. 28. 15. 

&31.11, 13, 

24. 

Ps. 34. 22. 

&. 121. 7. 

o Amo3 9. 

12. 

Acts 15. 17. 

t Heb. as 
fishes do in- 
crease : 
See Numb. 
26. 34, 37. 

p ver. 14. 

II was evil in 
his eves. 
ch. 28. 8. 



q ver. 14. 
r Numb. 1. 
33, 35. & 2. 
19, 21. 
Pent. 33. 17. 
Rev. 7. 6, 8. 



into Egypt, are mine : as Reuben and 
Simeon, they shall be mine, 

6 And thy issue, which thou begettest 
after them, shall be thine, a?id shall be called 
after the name of their brethren in their 
inheritance. 

7 And as for me, when I came from Pa- 
dan, «^ Rachel died by me in the land of 
Canaan, in the way, when yet there was but 
a little way to come unto Ephrath : and i 
buried her there in the way of Ephrath, 
the same is Beth-lehem. 

8 And Israel beheld Joseph's sons, and 
said. Who are these ? 

9 And Joseph said unto his father, ^ They 
are my sons, whom God hath given me in 
this place. And he said. Bring them, I pray 
thee, unto me, and ^I will bless them. 

10 (Now gthe eyes of Israel w^ere fdini 
for age, so that he could not see :) and he 
brought them near unto him ; and ^he kissed 
them, and embraced them, 

1 1 And Israel said unto Joseph, • I had 
not thought to see thy face : and lo, God 
hath shewed me also thy seed. 

12 And Joseph brought them out from 
between his knees, and he bowed himself 
with his face to the earth. 

13 And Joseph took them both, Ephraim 
in his right hand toward Israel's left hand, 
and Manasseh in his left hand toward Is- 
rael's right hand, and brought them near 
unto him. 

14 And Israel stretched out his right hand, 
and laid it upon Ephraim's head, who was 
the younger, and his left hand upon Ma- 
nasseh's head, ^guiding his hands wittingly; 
for Manasseh ivas the first-born. 

1511 And' he blessed Joseph, and said, God, 
"^before whom my fathers Abraham and 
Isaac did walk, the God which fed me all 
my life long unto this day, 

16 The Angel "which redeemed me from 
all evil, bless the lads ; and let '^ my name 
be named on them, and the name of my 
fathers Abraham and Isaac : and let them 
t grow into a multitude in the midst of the 
earth. 

17 And when Joseph saw that his father 
p laid his right hand upon the head of Eph- 
raim, it II displeased him : and he held up his 
father's hand, to remove it from Ephraim's , 
head unto Manasseh's head. 

18 And Joseph said unto his father, Not 
so, my father : for this is the first-born ; put 
thy right hand upon his head. 

19 And his father refused, and said, ^I 
know it, my son, I know it : he also shall be- 
come a people, and he also shall be great : 
but truly ' his younger brother shall be greater 

49 



29 He chargeth them about his burial. 



A 



Jacob blesseth his sons, and 

than he, and his seed shall become a tniulti- 
tude of nations. 

20 And he blessed them that day, saying, 
"In thee shall Israel bless, saying, God make 
thee as Ephraim and as Manasseh : and he 
set Ephraim before Manasseh. 

21 And Israel said unto Joseph, Behold, 
I die; but 'God shall be with you, and bring 
you again unto the land of your fathers. 

22 Moreover " I have given to thee one 
portion above thy brethren, which I took 
out of the hand * of the Amorite with my 
sword and with my bow, 

CHAP. XLIX. 

1 Jacob callelh his sons to bless them. 3 Their blessing 
in particular 
33 He dieth. 

ND Jacob called unto his sons, and 

said, Gather yourselves together, that 

I may ^ tell you that which shall befall you 
'' in the last days. 

2 Gather yourselves together, and hear, 
ye sons of Jacob j and <^ hearken unto Israel 
your father. 

3 IF Reuben, thou art <^my first-born, my 
might, ^and the beginning of my strength, 
the excellency of dignity, and the excel- 
lency of power : 

4 Unstable as water, t^thou shalt not 
excel; because thou ^wentest up to thy fa- 
ther's bed ; then defiledst thou it : || he went 
up to my couch. 

5 IF ^Simeon and Levi are 'brethren 

II ^ instruments of cruelty are in their habi- 
tations. 

C O my soul, ^ come not thou into their 
secret ; "" unto their assembly, " mine honour, 
be not thou united ! for °in their anger they 
slew a man, and in their self-will they || digged 
down a wall. 

7 Cursed he their anger, for it was fierce 
and their wrath, for it was cruel : p I will 
divide them in Jacob, and scatter them in 
Israel. 

8 IF'iJudah, thou art he whom thy bre- 
thren shall praise ; '"thy hand shall he in the 
neck of thine enemies ; nhy father's children 
shall bow down before thee. 

9 Judah is *^a lion's whelp ; from the prey, 
my son, thou art gone up : "he stooped down, 
he couched as a lion, and as an old lion : 
who shall rouse him up ? 

10 ''The sceptre shall not depart from Ju- 
dah, nor ya lawgiver ^from between his feet, 
* until Shiloh come: ^and unto him shall 
the gathering of the people he. 

11 <= Binding his foal unto the vine, and 
his ass's colt unto the choice vine ; he washed 
his garments in wine, and his clothes in 
the blood of grapes : 



GENESIS. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1689. 


1C89. 


t Hcb. 


d Prov. 23. 


fulness. 


29. 


s So Ruth 


c Deut. 33. 


4. 11. 12. 


18, 19. 




Josh. 19. 10, 




11. 


t cl). 46. 4. 




&50. 24. 






f 1 Sam. 10. 




9. 


u Josh. 34. 




:«2. 




1 Chron. 5. 




2. 




John 4. 5. 
X ch. 1.5. 16. 


c Deut. 33. 
Judg. 18. 1, 


& 34. 28. 
Josh. 17. 14, 


&c. 


2. 




h Judg. 18. 




27. 




t Heb. an 




arrowsnake. 




i PS.25.6.& 




119. 16(3, 




74. 




Isai. 25. 9. 




k Deut. 33. 




20. 


a Deut. 33. 


1 Chron. 5. 
18. 


Amos 3. 7. 


1 Deut. 33. 


b Deut. 4. 


24. 


30. 


Josh. 19.24. 


Numb. 24. 

14. 

Tsai. 2. 2. & 




m Deut. 33. 


39. 6. 


23. 


Jer. 23. 20. 




Dan. 2. 28, 




29. 




Acts 2. 17. 




Hobr. 1. 2. 




c Ps. 34. 11. 


t Ilrb. 


d rh. 29. .32. 


daughters. 


e Deut. 21. 

17. 

Ps. 78. 51. 




n ch. 37. 4, 




24, 28. & 3&. 


tHeb. dowot 


20. & 42. 21. 
Ps. 118. 13. 


tlum excel. 




f 1 Chion. 5. 


Job 29. 20. 


1. 


Ps. 37. 15. 


g ch. 3.1. 22. 

1 Cliron. 5. 

1. 

Deut. 27. 20. 






P Ps. 132. 2, 


II Or, my 


5. 


couch IS 


q ch. 4.5.11. 


crone. 

Ti ch. 29. 33, 


fc 47. 12. &; 


50. 21. 


-.'4. 


r Ps. 80. 1. 


i Prov. 18. 9. 


s Isai. 28. 16. 


II Or, their 


t ch. a-i. 13, 


swords are 


21. & 3.5. 3. 


weapons of 


&. 43. 23. 


violence. 


u cli. 17. 1. 


k rli. 34. 25. 


& 3.5. 11. 


1 Prov. 1. 


X Deut. 33. 


15, 10. 


13. 


ni Ps. 26. 9. 




Ephes. .5. 11. 
n I's. IG. 0. 






& 30. 12. & 




57. 8. 




o ch.34.2S. 




\\ Or, hou/f li- 




ed orev. 




p Josh. 19.1. 




&21..5,6,7. 




1 (^hron. 4. 




24, 39. 




Cl ch. 29. 35. 
Dput. 33. 7. 


y Deut. 33. 


15. 


r Ps. 18. 40. 


H-,.b. 3. 6. 


s ch. 27. 29. 


z Deut. 33. 


1 Chron.5.2. 


10. 


t Ho3 5. 4. 




Rev. 5. ."). 




u Niinnb. 23. 




24. & 24. 9. 




.X Nimib. 24. 


a Judg. 20. 


17. 


21, 25. 


Jer. 30. 21. 


E/.ek. 22. 


Zoch. 10. 11. 


25, 27. 


y Ps. 60. 7. 


b Nuinb.23. 


& 108. 8. or. 


24. 


Numb. 21. 


EMher 8.11. 


18. 


Kzfk.39. 10. 


7, Deut. 28. 


Zech. 14. 1, 


.57. 




a Isai. 11. 1. 




& 62. 11. 




Kzek. 21.27. 




Dan. 9. 2.5. 




.Mritt. 21. 9. 




l.uke 1. 32, 




33. 




h Isai. 2. 2. & 




11. 10. & 42. 




1,4. & 49. 6, 


c ch. 1.5. 15 


7, 22, 23. & 


&25. 8. 


.5.1. 4, 5. & 


d ch. 47. 30. 


60.1,3,4,5. 
Hai;.2.V. 


2 Sam. 19. 
37. 


Luko 2. 30, 
31.32. 


e ch. 50. 13. 


c 2 Kings 




18. 32. 






f ch. 23. 16. 



chargeth them concerning his burial. 

12 His "^eyes shall he red with wine, and 
his teeth white with milk. 

13 IF'^Zebulun shall dwell at the haven 
of the sea ; and he shall he for an haven of 
ships ; and his border shall he unto Zidon. 

14 IFIssachar is a strong ass, couching 
down between two burdens : 

15 And he saw that rest was good, and the 
land that it was pleasant ; and bowed ^his 
shoulder to bear, and became a servant unto 
tribute. 

16 IF ^Dan shall judge his people, as one 
of the tribes of Israel. 

17 ^ Dan shall be a serpent by the way, 
t an adder in the path, that biteth the horse - 
heels, so that his rider shall fall backward. 

18 'I have waited for thy salvation, O 
Lord ! 

19 IF •'Gad, a troop shall overcome him : 
but he shall overcome at the last. 

20 IF 'Out of Asher his bread shall be fat, 
and he shall yield royal dainties. 

21 1F'"Naphtali is a hind let loose; he 
giveth goodly words. 

22 IF Joseph is a fruitful bough, even a 
fruitful bough by a well, whose f branches 
run over the wall : 

23 The archers have ° sorely grieved him, 
and shot at him, and hated him ; 

24 But his °bow abode in strength, and 
the arms of his hands were made strong by 
the hands of p the mighty God of Jacob ; 
(1 from thence •■ is the shepherd, ^ the stone 
of Israel :) 

25 * Even by the God of thy father, who 
shall help thee, "and by the Almighty, 
''who shall bless thee with blessings of 
heaven above, blessings of the deep that 
lieth under, blessings of the breasts and of 
the womb : 

26 The blessings of thy father have pre- 
vailed above the blessings of my progeni- 
tors, yunto the utmost bound of the ever- 
lasting hills ; ^ they shall be on the head of 
Joseph, and on the crown of the head of 
him that was separate from his brethren. 

27 IF Benjamin shall '^ raven as a wolf; in 
the morning he shall devour the prey, ^ and 
at night he shall divide the spoil. 

28 IF All these are the twelve tribes of 
Israel : and this is it that their father spake 
unto them, and blessed them : every one ac- 
cordinof to his blessinj? he blessed them. 

29 And he charged them, and said unto 
them, I <=am to be gathered unto my people : 
^bury me with my fathers "^in the cave that 
is in the field of Ephron the Hittite, 

30 In the cave that is in the field of 
Machpelah which is before Mamre, in the 
land of Canaan, ** which Abraham bought 

50 



The mourning for Jacob. 

with the field of Ephron the Hittite, for 
a possession of a burying-place. 

31 (? There they buried Abraham and 
Sarah his wife ; ''there they buried Isaac and 
Rfjbekah his wife ; and there I buried Leah.) 

32 The purchase of the field and of the 
cave that is therein, was from the children 
of Heth. 

33 And when Jacob had made an end of 
commanding his sons, he gathered up his 
feet into the bed, and yielded up the ghost, 
and 'was gathered unto his people. 

CHAP. L. 

1 The mourning for Jacob. 4 Joseph getteth leave of 
Pharaoh to go to bury him. 7 The funeral. 15 
Joseph comforteth his brethren, who craved his pardon. 
22 His age. 23 He seeth the third generation of his 
sons. 24 He prophesieth unto his brethren of their 
return. 25 He taketh an oath of them for his bones. 
26 He dieth, and is chested. 

AND Joseph ^fell upon his father's face, 
and ^ wept upon him, and kissed him. 

2 And Joseph commanded his servants 
the physicians to *= embalm his father : and 
the physicians embalmed Israel. 

3 And forty days were fulfilled for him ; 
for so are fulfilled the days of those which 
are embalmed : and the Egyptians f ^ mourn- 
ed for him threescore and ten days, 

4 And when the days of his mourning 
were past, Joseph spake unto ®the house of 
Pharaoh, saying. If now I have found grace 
in your eyes, speak, I pray you, in the ears 
of Pharaoh, saying, 

5 ^My father made me swear saying, Lo, 
I die : in my grave ? which I have digged 
for me in the land of Canaan, there shalt 
thou bury me. Now therefore let me go 
up, I pray thee, and bury my father, and I 
will come again. 

6 And Pharaoh said. Go up, and bury thy 
father, according as he made thee swear. 

7 ^ And Joseph went up to bury his fa- 
ther : and with him went up all the ser- 
vants of Pharaoh, the elders of his house, 
and all the elders of the land of Egypt, 

8 And all the house of Joseph, and his 
brethren, and his father's house : only their 
little ones, and their flocks, and their herds, 
they left in the land of Goshen. 

9 And there went up with him both cha- 
riots and horsemen : and it was a very great 
company. 

10 And they came to the threshing-floor 
of Atad, which is beyond Jordan, and there 
they ''mourned with a great and very sore 
lamentation: 'and he made a mourning for 
his father seven days. 

11 And when the inhabitants of the land, 
the Canaanites, saw the mourning in the 



CHAP. L. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1689. 



2 ch. 23. 19. 
& 25. 9. 

h ch. 35. 29. 



i ver. 29. 



a ch. 46. 4. 

b 2 Kings 
13. 14. 



c ver. 26. 
2 Chron. 16. 
14. 

Matt. 26. 12. 
Mark 14. 8. 
& 16. 1. 
Luke 24. 1. 
John 12. 7. 
&, 19. 39, 40. 
t Heb. wevt. 
a Numb. 20. 
29. 
Deut. 34. 8. 



e Esther 4. 2. 



f ch. 47. 29. 

g 2 Chron. 
16. 14. 
Isai. 22. 16. 
Matt. 27. 60. 



h 2 Sam. 1. 

17. 

Acts 8. 2. 

i 1 Sam. 31. 

13. 

.Tob 2. 13. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1689. 

II That is, 
the mourn- 
ing of I lie 
Egyptians. 



k ch. 49. 29, 

30. 

Acts 7. 16. 



1 ch. 23. 16. 



m Job 15. 
21.22. 



t Heb. 
charged. 



n Prov. 28. 
13. 



o ch. 49. 25. 



p ch. 37. 7, 
10. 



q ch. 45. 5. 

r Deut. 32. 
35. 

Job 34. 29. 
Rom. 12. 19. 
Hebr. 10. 30. 
2 Kings 5. 7. 
s Ps. 56. 5. 
Isai. 10. 7. 
t ch. 45. 5. 7. 
Acts 3. 13, 
14, 15. 

u ch. 47. 12. 
Matt. 5. 44. 



t Heb. to 
their hearts. 
ch. .34. 3. 
1635. 



xJob 42.16. 

y Numb. 32. 

39. 

z ch. 30. 3. 

t Heb. 
borne. 



a ch. 15. 14. 

& 46. 4. & 

48. 21. 

F,.vod. 3. 16, 

17. 

Hebr. 11.22. 

b ch. 1.5. 14. 

& 26. 3. &. 

35. 12. & 46. 

4. 

c Exod. 13. 

19. 

Josh. 24. 32. 

Acts 7. 16. 



d ver. 2. 
1635. 



Joseph^ s age, and death. 

floor of Atad, they said. This is a grievous 
mourning to the Egyptians : wherefore the 
name of it was called || Abel-mizraim, which 
is beyond Jordan. 

12 And his sons did unto him according 
as he commanded them : 

13 For ""his sons carried him into the land 
of Canaan, and buried him in the cave of 
the field of Machpelah, which Abraham 
'bought with the field for a possession of a 
burying-place of Ephron the Hittite, before 
Mamre. 

14 U And Joseph returned into Egypt, he 
and his brethren, and all that went up with 
him to bury his father, after he had buried 
his father. 

15 IF And when Joseph's brethren saw that 
their father was dead, ""they said, Joseph will 
peradventure hate us, and will certainly re- 
quite us all the evil which we did unto him, 

16 And they f sent a messenger unto Jo- 
seph, saying. Thy father did command before 
he died, saying, 

17 So shall ye say unto Joseph, Forgive, I 
pray thee now, the trespass of thy brethren, 
and their sin ; '^ for they did unto thee evil : 
and now, we pray thee, forgive the trespass of 
the servants of ° the God of thy father. And 
Joseph wept when they spake unto him. 

18 And his brethren also went and pfell 
down before his face : and they said. Behold, 
we be thy servants. 

19 And Joseph said unto them, iFear 
not : ""for am I in the place of God? 

20 ^But as for you, ye thought evil 
against me; but *God meant it unto good, 
to bring to pass, as it is this day, to save 
much people alive. 

21 Now therefore fear ye not: "I will 
nourish you, and your little ones. And he 
comforted them,and spakefkindly unto them. 

22 H And Joseph dwelt in Egypt, he, and 
his father's house: and Joseph lived an hun- 
dred and ten years. 

23 And Joseph saw Ephraim's children 
^ of the third generation: ^the children also 
of Machir, the son of Manasseh, ^were 
t brought up upon Joseph's knees. 

24 And Joseph said unto his brethren, 
I die ; and ^ God will surely visit you, and 
bring you out of this land, unto the land 
''which he sware to Abraham, to Isaac, and 
to Jacob. 

25 And «= Joseph took an oath of the 
children of Israel, saying, God will surely 
visit you, and ye shall carry up my bones 
from hence. 

26 So Joseph died, being an hundred 
and ten years old : and they ''embalmed him, 
and he was put in a coffin in Egypt, 

51 



THE SECOND BOOK OF MOSES 

CALLED 



EXODUS. 



3 
4 
5 



CHAP. I. 

1 The children of Israel, after Joseph's death, do multi- 
ply. 8 The more they are oppressed by a new king, 
the more they multiply. 15 The godliness of the mid- 
wives, in saving the men-children alive. 22 Pharaoh 
commandeth the male-children to he cast into the river. 

■JVrOW ^ these are the names of the chil- 

J-^ dren of Israel, which came into Egypt; 

every man and his household came with 

Jacob. 

2 Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah, 
Issachar, Zebulun, and Benjamin, 
Dan, and Naphtali, Gad, and Asher. 
And all the souls that came out of the 

t loins of Jacob were ''seventy souls: for 

Joseph was in Egypt already. 

6 And '^Joseph died, and all his brethren, 
and all that generation. 

7 IF ''And the children of Israel were fruit- 
ful, and increased abundantly, and multi- 
plied, and waxed exceeding mighty ; and 
the land was filled with them. 

8 Now there ^ arose up a new king over 
Egypt, which knew not Joseph. 

9 And he said unto his people. Behold, 
'"the people of the children of Israel are 
more and mightier than we. 

10 sCome on, let us '^deal wisely with 
them, lest they multiply, and it come to 
pass, that, when there falleth out any war, 
they join also unto our enemies, and iSght 
against us, and so get them up out of the 
land. 

1 1 Therefore they did set over them task- 
masters, 'to afflict them with their ''burdens. 
And they built for Pharaoh treasure-cities, 
Pithom, ' and Raamses. 

12 t But the more they afflicted them, 
the more they multiplied and grew. And 
they were grieved because of the children 
of Israel. 

13 And the Egyptians made the children 
of Israel to serve with rigour. 

14 And they ""made their lives bitter with 
hard bondage, °in mortar, and in brick, and 
in all manner of service in the field : all 
their service wherein they made them serve 
was with rigour. 

15 H And the king of Egypt spake to the 
Hebrew midwives Cof which the name , of, 



Before 

CHRIST 

1706. 



a Gen. 46.8. 
ch. 6. 14. 



t Heb. thigh. 
b Gen. 46. 
26, 27. 
ver. 20. 
Dent. 10 22. 
c Gen. 50. 
26. 
Acts 7. 15. 

1635. 
d Gen. 46. 3. 
Deut. 26. 5. 
Ps. 105. 24. 
Acta 7. 17. 



e Acts 7. 18. 



fPs. 105.24. 



E Ps. 10. 2. 
& 83. 3, 4. 
h Job 5. 13. 
Ps. 105. 25. 
Prov. 16. 25. 
& 21. 30. 
Acts 7. 19. 



i Gen. 15. 
13. 

ch. 3. 7. 
Deut. 26. 6. 
k ch. 2. 11. 
& 5. 4, 5. 
Ps.81. 6. 
1 Gen. 47. 
11. 

t Heb. And 
as tliry af- 
flicted them, 
so thm mul- 
tivlicd, ii-c. 



m ch. 2. 23. 

& 6. 9. 

Numb. 20. 

15. 

Acts 7. 19, 

34. 

n Ps. 81. 6. 



about 1635. 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1635. 



o Prov. 16. 

6. 

p Dan. 3. 16, 

18. & 6. 13. 

AcU 5. 29. 



q See Josh. 
2. 4, &c. 
2 Sam. 17. 
19, 20. 



r Prov. 11. 

18. 

Eccles.8. 12. 
Isai. 3. 10. 
Hebr. 6. 10. 



s See 

1 Sam. 2. 35. 

2 Sam. 7. 11, 
13, 27, 29. 

1 Kings 2. 
24. & n. 38. 
Ps. 127. 1. 
about ]57.3. 
t Acts 7. 19. 



a ch. 6. 20. 

Numb. 26. 

59. 

1 Chron. 23. 

14. 



1571. 

b Acts 7 20. 
Hebr. 11.23. 



c ch. 15. 20. 
Numb. 26. 
59 



one was Shiphrah, and the name of the 
other Puah ;) 

16 And he said. When ye do the office 
of a midwife to the Hebrew women, and 
see them upon the stools; if it be a son, then 
ye shall kill him ; but if it be a daughter, 
then she shall live. 

17 But the midwives "feared God, and 
did not Pas the king of Egypt commanded 
them, but saved the men-children alive. 

18 And the king of Egypt called for the 
midwives, and said unto them. Why have 
ye done this thing, and have saved the men- 
children alive? 

19 And ithe midwives said unto Pharaoh, 
Because the Hebrew women are not as the 
Egyptian women; for they are lively, and 
are delivered ere the midwives come in unto 
them. 

20 '"Therefore God dealt well with the 
midwives : and the people multiplied, and 
waxed very mighty. 

21 And it came to pass, because the 
midwives feared God, Hhat he made them 
houses. 

22 And Pharaoh charged all his people, 
saying, * Every son that is born ye shall cast 
into the river, and every daughter ye shall 
save alive. 

CHAP. II. 

1 Moses is born, 3 and in an ark cast into the flags. 
5 He is found, and brought up by Pharaoh's daughter. 
11 He slayeth an Egyptian. 13 He reproveth an 
Hebrew. 15 He fleeth into Midian. 21 He marrieth 
Zipporah. 22 Gershom is born. 23 God respecteth 
the Israelites' cry. 

AND there went a ^man of the house of 
Levi, and took to wife a daughter of 
Levi, 

2 And the woman conceived and bare 
a son: and ''when she saw him that he 
was a goodly child, she hid him three 
months. 

3 And when she could not longer hide 
him, she took for him an ark of bulrushes, 
and daubed it with slime and with pitch, 
and put the child therein ; and she laid it in 
the flags by the river's brink. 

4 ""And his sister stood afar off. to wit 
what would be done to him. 

52 



Moses slayeth an Egyptian, 

5 IT And the "^ daughter of Pharaoh came 
down to wash herself at the river •, and her 
maidens walked along by the river's side : 
and when she saw the ark among the flags, 
she sent her maid to fetch it. 

6 And when she had opened it, she saw 
the child : and behold, the babe wept. And 
she had compassion on him, and said, This 
is one of the Hebrews' children. 

7 Then said his sister to Pharaoh's daugh- 
ter. Shall I go, and call to thee a nurse of the 
Hebrew women, that she may nurse the 
child for thee ? 

8 And Pharaoh's daughter said to her. 
Go. And the maid went and called the 
child's mother. 

9 And Pharaoh's daughter said unto her, 
Take this child away and nurse it for me 
and I will give thee thy wages. And the 
woman took the child and nursed it. 

10 And the child grew, and she brought 
him unto Pharaoh's daughter, and he be- 
came ®her son. And she called his name 
II Moses : and she said, Because I drew him 
out of the water. 

11 IT And it came to pass in those days, 
^when Moses was grown, that he went out 
unto his brethren, and looked on their & bur- 
dens : and he spied an Egyptian smiting an 
Hebrew, one of his brethren. 

12 And he looked this way and that way, 
and when he saw that there was no man, 
he '^slew the Egyptian, and hid him in the 
sand. 

13 And 'when he went out the second day, 
behold, two men of the Hebrews strove toge- 
ther : and he said to him that did the wrong, 
Wherefore smitest thou thy fellow ? 

14 And he said, •'Who made thee t^^ 
prince and a judge over us ? intendest thou 
to kill me, as thou killedst the Egyptian ? 
And Moses feared, and said. Surely this 
thing is known. 

15 Now when Pharaoh heard this thing, 
he sought to slay Moses. But ^ Moses fled 
from the face of Pharaoh, and dwelt in the 
land of Midian : and he sat down by "^ a 
well. 

16 " Now the II priest of Midian had 
seven daughters : °and they came and drew 
water, and filled the troughs to water their 
father's flock. 

17 And the shepherds came and drove 
them away : but Moses stood up and helped 
them, and p watered their flock. 

18 And when they came to iReuel their 
father, he said. How is it that ye are come 
so soon to-day ? 

19 And they said. An Egyptian delivered 
us out of the hand of the shepherds, and 



CHAP. III. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1571. 

d Acts 7. 21. 



e Acts 7. 21. 

II That is, 
drawn out. 



f Acts 7. 23, 
24. 

Hebr. 11. 
24, 25, 2fi. 
g ch. 1. 11. 



1531. 



h Acts 7. 24. 



i Acts 7. 26. 



k Acts 7. 
27, 28. 
t heb. a 
mav, a 
prince. 
Gen. 13. 8. 



1 Acts 7. 2<). 
Hebr. 11.27. 



m Gen. 24. 
11. & 29. 2. 



n ch. 3. 1. 

II Or, prince, 
as Gen. 41. 
45. 

Gen. 24. 
11. &2i).]0. 

1 Sam. 9. 11. 



p Gen. 29. 
10. 

q Numb. 10. 
29. 

called also 
Jethro, or, 
Jf.ther. 
ch. 3. 1. & 
4. 18. & 18. 
1, &c. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1531. 



r Gen. 31. 54. 
& 43. 25. 



B ch. 4. 25. 
& 18. 2. 



II That is, 

a stranger 

here. 

t ch. 18. 3. 

n Acts 7. 29. 

Hebr. 11. 13, 

14. 

X ch. 7. 7. 

Acts 7. 30. 

y Numb. 20. 

16. 

Deut. 26. 7. 

Ps. 12. 5. 

z Gen. 18. 

20. 

ch. 3. 9. & 

22. 23, 27. 

Deut. 24. 15. 

James 5. 4. 

a ch. 6. 5. 

b ch. 6. 5. 

Ps. 105. 8, 

42. & 106. 

45. 

c Gen. 15. 

14. & 46. 4. 

d ch. 4. 31. 

ISam. 1.11. 

2 Sam. 16. 

12. 

Luke 1. 25. 

t Heb. knew. 

e ch. 3. 7. 



1491. 
a ch. 2. 16. 



b ch. 18. 5. 
1 Kings 19. 

8. 

c Deut. 33. 

16. 

Isai. 63. 9. 

Acts 7. 30. 



d Ps. 111. 2. 

Acts 7. 31. 



e Deut. 33. 
10. 



f ch. 19.12. 
Josh 5. 15. 
Acts 7. 33. 



e Gen. 28. 
1.3. 

ver. 15. 
ch. 4, .5. 
Matt. 22. 32. 
Mark 12.26. 
Luke 20. 37. 
Acts 7. 32. 
h So 1 Kings 
19. 13. 
Isai. 6. 1, 5. 
Neh. 9. 9. 
Ps. lOG. 44. 
Acts 7. 34. 



i ch. 2. 23, 

24. 

k ch. 1. 11. 
1 Gen. 18.21. 
ch. 2. 2.1 
m Gen. 11. 
5, 7. & 18. 
21. & 50. 24. 
n ch.6.6,8. 
& 12. 51. 
o Deut. 1. 
25. & H. T, 8, 
9. 



He keepeth Jethro'' s flock. 

also drew water enough for us, and watered 
the flock. 

20 And he said unto his daughters. And 
where is he ? why is it that ye have left the 
man ? call him, that he may "^eat bread. 

21 And Moses was content to dwell with 
the man : and he gave Moses, ^Zipporahhis 
daughter. 

22 And she bare him a son, and he called 
his name || *Gershom; for he said, I have 
been "a stranger in a strange land, 

23 IF And it came to pass, ^in process of 
time, that the king of Egypt died : and the 
children of Israel y sighed by reason of the 
bondage, and they cried ; and ''their cry came 
up unto God, by reason of the bondage. 

24 And God ^ heard their groaning, and 
God ''remembered his •= covenant with Abra- 
ham, with Isaac, and with Jacob. 

25 And God ^looked upon the children of 
Israel, and God t ^had respect unto them, 

CHAP. III. 

1 Moses keepeth Jethro^ s flock. 2 God appeareth to him 
in a burning bush. 9 He sendeth him to deliver 
Israel. 14 The name of God. 15 His message to 
Israel. 

NOW Moses kept the flock of Jethro 
his father-in-law, *the priest of Mi- 
dian : and he led the flock to the back side 
of the desert, and came to ^ the mountain 
of God, even to Horeb. 

2 And ^ the Angel of the Lord appeared 
unto him in a flame of fire out of the midst 
of a bush ; and he looked, and behold, the 
bush burned with fire, and the bush was 
not consumed. 

3 And Moses said, I will now turn aside, 
and see this -^ great sight, why the bush is 
not burnt. 

4 And when the Lord saw that he turned 
aside to see, God called ^ unto him out of 
the midst of the bush, and said, Moses, 
Moses ! And he said. Here am I. 

5 And he said. Draw not nigh hither : 
^ put off* thy shoes from off" thy feet ; for 
the place whereon thou standest is holy 
ground. 

6 Moreover he said, si am the God of 
thy father, the God of Abraham, the God 
of Isaac, and the God of Jacob. And Moses 
hid his face ; for ^ he was afraid to look 
upon God. 

7 IT And the Lord said, I have surely seen 
the affliction of my people which are in 
Egypt, and 'have heard their cry ''by rea- 
son of their taskmasters ; for 'I know their 
sorrows : 

8 And ""I am come down to " deliver them 
out of the hand of the Egyptians, and to 
bring them up out of that land, "unto a good 

53 



GoiVs message to Israel, 

land, and a large, unto a land p flowing with 
milk and honey ; unto the place of ithe Ca- 
naanites, and the Hittites, and the Amorites, 
and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, and the 
Jebus'ites. 

9 Now therefore, behold, ■■ the cry of the 
children of Israel is come unto me : and I 
have also seen the ^oppression wherewith the 
Egyptians oppress them. 

10 *Come now therefore, and I will send 
thee unto Pharaoh, that thou mayest bring 
forth my people, the children of Israel, out of 
Egypt. 

11 If And Moses said unto God, "Who 
am I, that I should go unto Pharaoh, and 
that I should bring forth the children of 
Israel out of Egypt ? 

12 And he said, * Certainly I will be with 
thee ; and this shall he a token unto thee, 
that I have sent thee : When thou hast 
brought forth the people out of Egypt, ye 
shall serve God upon this mountain. 

13 And Moses said unto God, Behold, 
wlien I come unto the children of Israel, and 
shall say unto them. The God of your fathers 
hath sent me unto you ; and they shall say 
to me. What is his name ? what shall I say 
unto them ? 

14 And God said unto Moses, I AM 
THAT I AM : And he said, Thus shalt 
thou say unto the children of Israel, ^I AM 
hath sent me unto you. 

15 And God said moreover unto Moses, 
Thus shalt thou say unto the children of 
Israel, The Lord God of your fathers, the 
God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the 
God of Jacob, hath sent me unto you : this 
is ^my name for ever, and this is my memo- 
rial unto all generations. 

16 Go, and ^gather the elders of Israel 
together, and say unto them. The Lord God 
of your fathers, the God of Abraham, of Isaac, 
and of Jacob, appeared unto me, saying, ^I 
have surely visited you, and seen that which 
is done to you in Egypt : 

17 And I have said, ^ I will bring you up 
out of the affliction of Egypt, unto the land of 
the Canaanites, and the Hittites, and the 
Amorites, and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, 
and the Jebusites, unto a land flowing with 
milk and honey. 

18 And '^they shall hearken to thy voice; 
and ^thou shalt come, thou and the elders 
of Israel, unto the king of Egypt, and ye 
shall say unto him. The Lord God of the 
Hebrews hath ^met with us ; and now let 
us go (we beseech thee) three days' journey 
into the wilderness, that we may sacrifice to 
the Lord our God. 

19 IF And I am sure that the king of 



EXODUS. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1491. 


1491. 


p ver. 17. 


g ch. 5. 2. 

& 7. 4. 


ch. 13. .5. & 


33. 3. 


II Or, bnt hy 


Numb. 13. 


strong hand. 


27. 


h ch. 6. 6. 


Dput. 26. 9, 


& 7. 5. & 9. 


15. 


15. 


.ler. 11.5.& 


i ch. 7. 3. 


32. 22. 


& 11. 9. 


Ezek. 20. 6. 


Deut. 6. 22. 


q Gen. 15. 


Neh. 9. 10. 


18. 


Ps. 105. 27. 


r ch. 2. 23. 


& 135. 9. 


s ch. 1. 11. 


Jer. 32. 20. 


13, 14, 22. 


Acts 7. 36. 




See ch. 7. to 




ch. 13. 


t Ps. 10.5. 26. 


k ch. 12. 31. 


Mieah 6. 4. 


1 ch. 11. 3. 




& 12. 36. 




Ps. 106. 46. 




Prov. 16. 7. 




m Gen. 15. 




14. 




ch. 11. 2. & 




12. 35, 36. 


n See ch. 6. 




12. 




1 Sam. 18. 




18. 


n Job 27. 17. 


lsai.6.5,8. 


Prov. 13. 22. 


Jer. 1. 6. 


Ezek. 39. 10. 




II Or, Egypt. 


x Gen. 31. 3. 




Dent. 31. 23. 




.Josh. 1. 5. 




Rom. 8. 31. 






a ver. 17, 20. 


y ch. 6. 3. 




.John 8. 58. 




2 (-'or. 1. 20. 




Hebr. 13. 8. 




Rev. 1. 4. 




z Ps. 13.5. 13. 


b ch. 19. 9. 


Ho3. 12. 5. 


c ch. 3. 15. 


a ch. 4. 29. 




b Gen. 50. 




24. 




ch. 2. 25. & 




4. 31. 




Luke 1. 68. 




c Gen. 15. 
14, 10. 


d Numb. 12. 
10. 


ver. 8. 


2 Kings 5. 
27. 




e Deut. 32. 




39. 




Numb. 12. 




13, 14. 
2 icings 5. 
14. 


d ch. 4. 31. 




Matt. 8. 3. 


e ch. 5. 1, 3. 




f Numb. 23. 




3 4, 15, 16. 






fch. 7. 19. 



Moses receiveth signs f^rom God. 

Egypt Swill not let you go, || no, not by a 
mighty hand. 

20 And I will ^ stretch out my hand, and 
smite Egypt with 'all my wonders which 
I will do in the midst thereof: and ''after 
that he will let you go. 

21 And 'I will give this people favour in 
the sight of the Egyptians : and it shall 
come to pass, that, when ye go, ye shall not 
go empty : 

22 "'But every woman shall borrow of her 
neighbour, and of her that sojourneth in her 
house, jewels of silver, and jewels of gold, 
and raiment : and ye shall put them upon 
your sons, and upon your daughters ; and "^ ye 
shall spoil II the Egyptians. 

CHAP. IV. 

1 Moses^ rod is turned into a serpent. 6 His hand is 
leprotis. 10 He is loth to be sent. 14 Aaron is ap- 
pointed to assist him. 18 Moses departeth from Jethro. 
21 God^s message to Pharaoh. 24 Tiipporah circum- 
ciseth her son. 27 Aaron is sent to meet Moses. 31 The 
people lelieveth them. 

AND Moses answered and said. But, 
behold, they will not believe me, nor 
hearken untp my voice : for they will say, 
The Lord hath not appeared unto thee. 

2 And the Lord said unto him. What 
is that in thine hand ? And he said, ^ A 
rod. 

3 And he said. Cast it on the ground. And 
he cast it on the ground, and it became a ser- 
pent : and Moses fled from before it. 

4 And the Lord said unto Moses, Put 
forth thine hand, and take it by the tail. 
And he put forth his hand, and caught it, 
and it became a rod in his hand : 

5 That they may '^ believe that <=the Lord 
God of their fathers, the God of Abraham, 
the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, hath 
appeared unto thee. 

6 IF And the Lord said furthermore unto 
him, Put now thine hand into thy bosom. 
And he put his hand into his bosom : and 
when he took it out, behold, his hand was 
leprous ''as snow. 

7 And he said. Put thine hand into thy 
bosom again. And he put his hand into his 
bosom again, and plucked it out of his 
bosom, and behold, ^it was turned again as 
his other flesh. 

8 And it shall come to pass, if they will 
not believe thee, neither hearken to the voice 
of the first sign, that they will believe the 
voice of the latter sign. 

9 And it shall come to pass, if they will 
not believe also these two signs, neither 
hearken unto thy voice, that thou shalt take 
of the water of the river, and pour it upon 
the dry land : and ^the water which thou 

54 



God's message to Pharaoh, 

takest out of the river f shall become blood 
upon the dry land. 

10 H And Moses said unto the Lord, 
O my Lord, I am not t eloquent, neither 
t heretofore, nor since thou hast spoken unto 
thy servant : but & I am slow of speech, and 
of a slow tongue. 

1 1 And the Lord said unto him, ^ Who 
hath made man's mouth ? or who maketh the 
dumb, or deaf, or the seeing, or the blind ? 
have not I the Lord ? 

12 Now therefore go, and I will be 'with 
thy mouth, and teach thee what thou shalt 
say. 

13 And he said, O my Lord, -send, I pray 
thee, by the hand of him whom thou || wilt 
send. 

14 And the anger of the Lord was kindled 
against Moses, and he said, Is not Aaron the 
Levite thy brother? I know that he can speak 
well. And also, behold, 'he cometh forth to 
meet thee : and when he seeth thee, he will 
be glad in his heart. 

15 And '"thou shalt speak unto him, and 
"put words in his mouth : and I will be with 
thy mouth, and with his mouth, and " will 
teach you what ye shall do. 

16 And he shall be thy spokesman unto 
the people : and he shall be, even he shall be 
to thee instead of a mouth, and p thou shalt 
be to him instead of God. 

17 And thou shalt take"" this rod in thine 
hand, wherewith thou shalt do signs. 

18 IF And Moses went, and returned to 
t Jethro his father-in-law, and said unto him. 
Let me go, I pray thee, and return unto my 
brethren which are in Egypt, and see whether 
they be yet alive. And Jethro said to Moses, 
Go in peace. 

19 And the Lord said unto Moses in 
Midian, Go, return into Egypt : for ■■ all the 
men are dead which sought thy life. 

20 And Moses took his wife, and his sons, 
and set them upon an ass, and he returned to 
the land of Egypt. And Moses took nhe rod 
of God in his hand. 

21 IF And the Lord said unto Moses, 
When thou goest to return into Egypt, see 
that thou do all those * wonders before Pha- 
raoh which I have put in thine hand : but 
"I will harden his heart, that he shall not 
let the people go. 

22 And thou shalt say unto Pharaoh, 
Thus saith the Lord, ^Israel is my son, 
'''even my first-born. 

23 And I say unto thee, Let my son go, 
that he may serve me : and if thou refuse to 
let him go, behold, ^I will slay thy son, even 
thy first-born. 

2i II And it came to pass by the way in 



CHAP. V. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



+ Heb. 
shall he and 
shall be. 
t Heb. 
a man of 
words. 
t Heb. 
since yester- 
day, nor 
since the 
third day- 
g ch. 6. 12. 
Jer. 1. 6. 
h Ps. 94. 9. 



i Isai. 50. 4. 
Jer. 1. 9. 
Matt. 10. 19. 
Mark 13.11. 
Luke 12.11, 
12 &21.14, 
15. 

k See Jonah 
1. 3. 

shouldest. 



1 ver. 27. 
ISam. 10.2, 
3,5. 



m ch. 7. 1, 2. 

n Numb. 22. 
.S8. & 23. 5, 
12, 16. 
Dent. 18.18. 
Isai. 51. 16. 
Jer. 1. 9. 
oDeut.5.31. 



p ch. 7. 1. 
& 18. 19. 



q ver. 2. 



t Heb. 
Jether. 



r ch. 2. 15, 

23. 

Matt. 2. 20. 



s ch. 17. 9. 
Numb. 20. 
8, 9. 



t ch. 3. 20. 



uch.7.3,13. 
& 9. 12, 35. 
& 10. 1. & 
14. 8. 

Deut. 2. 30. 
Josh. 11. 20. 
Isai. 63. 17. 
John 12. 40. 
Rom. 9. 18. 
X Hoa. 11.1. 
Rom. 9. 4. 
2 Cor. 6. 18. 
y Jer. 31. 9. 
James 1. 18. 



7. ch. 11.5. 
& 12. 29. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1491. 

a Numb. 22. 

22. 

b Gen. 17. 

14. 

c Josh. 5. 2, 

II Or, knife. 
t Heb. made 
it touch. 



A ver. 14. 
e ch. 3. 1. 

f ver. 15, 16. 

g ver. 8, 9. 
h ch. 3. 16. 

i ver. 16. 



k ch. 3. 18. 
ver. 8, 9. 

1 ch. 3. 16. 

m ch. 2. 25. 
& 3. 7. 

n Gen. 24. 

26. 

ch. 12. 27. 

1 Chron. 29. 

20. 



a ch. 10. 9. 



b 2 Kings 
18. 35. 
Job 21. 15. 



c ch. 3. 19. 



d ch.3. 18. 



o ch. 1. 11. 



fch. 1.7,9. 



S ch. 1. 11. 



Pharaoh chideth Moses. 

the inn, that the Lord ^met him, and sought 
to ''kill him. 

25 Then Zipporah took*=a sharp |1 stone, 
and cut off the foreskin of her son, and t cast 
it at his feet, and said, Surely a bloody hus- 
band art thou to me, 

26 So he let him go : then she said, A 
bloody husband thou art, because of the cir- 
cumcision. 

27 IF And the Lord said to Aaron, Go 
into the wilderness ''to meet Moses. And 
he went, and met him in ^the mount of God, 
and kissed him. 

28 And Moses ''told Aaron all the words 
of the Lord who had sent him, and all the 
s signs which he had commanded him. 

29 IF And Moses and Aaron ''went, and 
gathered together all the elders of the chil- 
dren of Israel. 

30 'And Aaron spake all the words which 
the Lord had spoken unto Moses, and did 
the signs in the sight of the people. 

31 And the people ''believed: and when 
they heard that the Lord had 'visited the 
children of Israel, and that he "" had looked 
upon their affliction, then " they bowed their 
heads and worshipped. 

CHAP. V. 

1 Pharaoh chideth Moses and Aaron for their message. 
5 He increaseth the Israelites^ task. 15 He checketh 
their complaints. 19 Theij cry out upon Moses and 
Aaron. 22 Moses complaineth to God. 

AND afterward Moses and Aaron went 
in, and told Pharaoh, Thus saith the 
Lord God of Israel, Let my people go, 
that they may hold ''^a feast unto me in the 
wilderness. 

2 And Pharaoh said, ''Who is the Lord, 
that I should obey his voice to let Israel go ? 
I know not the Lord, '^ neither will I let 
Israel go. 

3 And they said, •'The God of the He- 
brews hath met with us : let us go, we pray 
thee, three days' journey into the desert, 
and sacrifice unto the Lord our God ; lest 
he fall upon us with pestilence, or with the 
sword. 

4 And the king of Egypt said unto them, 
Wherefore do ye, Moses and Aaron, let the 
people from their works? get you unto your 
® burdens. 

5 And Pharaoh said, Behold, the people 
of the land now are 'many, and ye make 
them rest from their burdens. 

6 And Pharaoh commanded the same 
daythe^taskmasters of the people, and their 
officers, saying, 

7 Ye shall no more give the people straw 
to make brick, as heretofore : let them go 
and gather straw for themselves. 

^ 55 



Pharaoh i?icreaseth the Israelites^ task. 

8 And the tale of the bricks which they 
did make heretofore, ye shall lay upon them ; 
ye shall not diminish aught thereof: for they 
be idle ; therefore they cry, saying. Let us 
go and sacrifice to our God. 

9 t Let there more work be laid upon the 
men, that they may labour therein : and let 
them not regard vain words. 

10 1[ And the taskmasters of the people 
went out, and their officers, and they spake 
to the people, saying. Thus saith Pharaoh, 
I will not give you straw. 

1 1 Go ye, get you straw where ye can 
find it : yet not aught of your work shall be 
diminished. 

12 So the people were scattered abroad 
throughout all the land of Egypt, to gather 
stubble instead of straw. 

13 And the taskmasters hasted them, 
saying. Fulfil your works, your "f daily tasks, 
as when there was straw. 

14 And the officers of the children of 
Israel, which Pharaoh's taskmasters had set 
over them, were beaten, and demanded. 
Wherefore have ye not fulfilled your task in 
making brick, both yesterday and to-day, as 
heretofore / 

15 1[ Then the officers of the children of 
Israel came and cried unto Pharaoh, saying. 
Wherefore dealest thou thus with thy ser- 
vants ? 

16 There is no straw given unto thy ser- 
vants, and they say to us. Make brick : and 
behold, thy servants are beaten; but the 
fault is in thine own people. 

17 But he said. Ye are idle, ye are idle: 
therefore ye say, Let us go, and do sacrifice 
to the Lord. 

18 Go therefore now, and work : for there 
shall no straw be given you, yet shall ye de- 
liver the tale of bricks. 

19 And the officers of the children of 
Israel did see that they were in evil case, 
after it was said, Ye shall not minish aught 
from your bricks of your daily task. 

20 ir And they met Moses and Aaron, 
who stood in the way, as they came forth 
from Pharaoh : 

21 ''And they said unto them. The Lord 
look upon you, and judge ; because ye have 
made our savour t to be abhorred in the 
eyes of Pharaoh, and in the eyes of his 
servants, to put a sword in their hand to 
slay us. 

22 And Moses returned unto the Lord, 
and said. Lord, wherefore hast thou so evil- 
entreated this people ? why is it that thou 
hast sent me ? 

23 For since I came to Pharaoh to speak 
in thy name, he hath done evil to this peo- 



EXODUS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



t Heb. I^t 

the work be 
heavy upon 
the men. 



t Heb. 
a matter of 
a day in his 
day. 



h ch. 6. 9. 



t Heb. 
to stink. 
Gen. 34. 30. 
ISam. 13 4. 
& 27. 12. 
2 Sam. 10. 6. 
1 Chron. 19. 
6. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1491. 



t Heb. deli- 
vering thou 
host not de- 
livered. 



a cli. 3. 19. 

b ch. 11. 1. 
& 12. 31, 
33, 39. 



II Or 
JEHOVAH. 



c Gen. 17. 
I. & 35. 11. 

& 48. 3. 
a ch. 3. 14. 
Ps. 68. 4. 
& 83. 18. 
.lohn 8. 58. 
Rev. 1. 4. 
e Gen. 15. 
18. & 17. 4, 

IGen. 17. 8. 
& 28. 4. 



g ch. 2. 24. 



h ver. 2, 8, 

29. 

i ch. 3. 17. 

& 7. 4. 

Deut. 26. 8. 

Pb. 81. 6. & 

136. 11, 12. 

k ch. 15. 13. 

Deut. 7. 8. 

1 Chron. 17. 

21. 

Neh. 1. 10. 

1 Deut. 4. 
20. & 7. 6. 
& 14. 2. A; 
26. 18. 

2 Sam. 7. 24. 
m Gen. 17. 
7, 8. 

ch. 29. 45, 

46. 

Deut. 29. 13. 

Rev. 21. 7. 

n ch.5. 4, 5. 

Ps. 81. 6. 

t Heb. lift 

lip mv hand. 

See 6en. 14. 

22. 

Deut. .32. 40. 

o Gen. 15. 

18. & 26. 3. 

&28.13.& 

35.12. 



p ch. 5. 21. 

i}ieh. short- 
ness J or, 
straitness. 



q ver. 9. 

r ver. 30. 
ch. 4. 10 
Jer. 1. 6 



God reneweth his promise. 

pie : t neither hast thou dehvered thy people 
at all. 

CHAP. VL 

1 God reneweth his promise by his name Jehovah. 14 The 
genealogy of Reuben, 15 of Simeon, 16 of Levi, of 
whom came Moses and Aaron. 

THEN the Lord said unto Moses, Now 
shalt thou see what I will do to Pharaoh : 
for *with a strong hand shall he let them go, 
and with a strong hand ^ shall he drive them 
out of his land. 

2 And God spake unto Moses, and said 
unto him, I am || the Lord : 

3 And I appeared unto Abraham, unto 
Isaac, and unto Jacob by the name of " God 
Almighty, but by my name ''JEHOVAH 
was I not known to them. 

4 ^ And I have also established my cove- 
nant with them, ^to give them the land of 
Canaan, the land of their pilgrimage, wherein 
they were strangers. 

5 And ^I have also heard the groaning of 
the children of Israel, whom the Egyptians 
keep in bondage : and I have remembered 
my covenant. 

6 Wherefore say unto the children of 
Israel, ^ I am the Lord, and ' I will bring 
you out from under the burdens of the Egypt- 
ians, and I will rid you out of their bondage, 
and I will "^ redeem you with a stretched-out 
arm, and with great judgments : 

7 And I will 'take you to me for a people, 
and ""I will be to you a God : and ye shall 
know that I am the Lord your God, which 
bringeth you out " from under the burdens of 
the Egyptians. 

8 And I will bring you in unto the land, 
concerning the which I did t "swear to give 
it to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob ; and 
I will give it you for an heritage : I am the 
Lord. 

9 H And Moses spake so unto the children 
of Israel: Pbut they hearkened not unto 
Moses, for t anguish of spirit, and for cruel 
bondage. 

10 And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

11 Go in, speak unto Pharaoh king of 
Egypt, that he let the children of Israel go 
out of his land. 

12 And Moses spake before the Lord, 
saying. Behold, the children of Israel have 
inot hearkened unto me ; how then shall 
Pharaoh hear me, ''who am of uncircumcised 
lips? 

13 And the Lord spake unto Moses, and 
unto Aaron, and gave them a charge unto 
the children of Israel, and unto Pharaoh 
king of Egypt, to bring the children of Israel 
out of the land of Egypt. 

56 



Tlic genealogy of Reuben, Simeon, and Levi. C H A P. VII. 



14 1[ These be the heads of their fa- 
thers' houses : ^ The sons of Reuben the 
first-born of Israel ; Hanoch, and Pallu, 
Hezron, and Carmi : these be the famihes 
of Reuben. 

15 ' And the sons of Simeon ; Jemuel, 
and Jamin, and Ohad, and Jachin, and Zo- 
har, and Shaul the son of a Canaanitish 
woman : these are the famihes of Simeon. 

16 IT And these are the names of "the sons 
of Levi, according to their generations; Ger- 
shon, and Kohath, and Merari. And the 
years of the hfe of Levi were an hundred 
thirty and seven years. 

17 "" The sons of Gershon ; Libni, and 
Shimi, according to their famihes. 

18 And ythe sons of Kohath; Amram, 
and Izhar, and Hebron, and Uzziel : and the 
years of the hfe of Kohath were an hundred 
thirty and three years. 

19 And nhe sons of Merari ; MahaH and 
Mushi : these are the famihes of Levi, ac- 
cording to their generations. 

20 And "^ Amram took him Jochebed his 
father's sister to wife ; and she bare him 
Aaron and Moses. And the years of the hfe 
of Amram were an hundred and thirty and 
seven years. 

2n[And ''the sons of Izhar; Korah, and 
Nepheg, and Zichri. 

22 And the ^ sons of Uzziel ; Mishael, 
and Elzaphan, and Zithri. 

23 And Aaron took him Elisheba daugh- 
ter of "^Amminadab, sister of Naashon to 
wife ; and she bare him '^Nadab and Abihu, 
Eleazar and Ithamar. 

24 And the ^sons of Korah; Assir, and 
Elkanah, and Abiasaph : these are the fami- 
lies of the Korhites. 

25 And Eleazar, Aaron's son, took him o?ie 
of the daughters of Putiel to wife ; and s she 
bare him Phinehas : these are the heads of 
the fathers of the Levites, according to their 
families. 

26 These are that Aaron and Moses, ''to 
whom the Lord said. Bring out the children 
of Israel from the land of Egypt according to 
their 'armies. 

27 These are they which ''spake to Pha- 
raoh king of Egypt, Ho bring out the chil- 
dren of Israel from Egypt : these are that 
Moses and Aaron. 

28 H" And it came to pass on the day wheti 
the Lord spake unto Moses in the land of 

Egypt, 

29 That the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, '"I am the Lord : "speak thou unto 
Pharaoh king of Egypt all that I say unto 
thee. 

30 And Moses said before the Lord, 

H 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

s Gen. 46. 9. 
lChron.5.3. 



t 1 Chron. 4. 

24. 

Gen. 46. 10. 



u Gen. 46. 
]|. 

Numb. 3. 17. 
1 Chron. 6. 
1, 16. 



1619. 



X I CliTon. 6. 
17.&23. 7. 



y Numb. 26. 

1 Chron. 6. 
2, 18. 



z 1 Chron. 6. 
19. &. 23. 21. 



a ch. 2. 1, 2. 
Numb. 26. 
.59. 



b Numb. 16. 

I. 

] Chron. 6. 

37, 38. 

c Lev. 10.4. 
Numb. 3. 30. 



about 1530. 



d Rufh 4. 
19, 20. 

1 Chron. 2. 
10. 

Matt. 1. 4. 
e Lev. 10. 1. 
Numb. 3.2. 
& 26. 60. 
1 Chron. 6. 
3. & 24. 1. 
f Numb. 26. 
11. 



g Numb. 25. 
?, 11. 
Josh. 24. 33. 



h ver. 13. 



i ch. 7. 4 & 
12. 17, 51. 
Numb. 33. L 

1491. 
k ch. 5. 1, 3. 
& 7. 10. 
1 ver. 13. 
ch. 32. 7. & 
.33. 1. 
Ps. 77. 20. 



m ver. 2. 
n ver. 11. 
ch. 7. 2. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



o ver. 12. 
ch. 4. 10. 



a ch. 4. 16. 
Jor. L 10. 

b ch. 4. 16. 



c ch. 4. 15. 



d ch. 4. 21. 

e ch. n. 9. 

f ch. 4. 7. 



oh. 10. 1. 
D 11. 9. 



li ch. 6. 6. 

i ver. 17. 
ch. 8. 22. 
& 14. 4, 18. 
Ps. 9. 16. 
k ch. 3. 20. 



I ver. 2. 



1491. 
m Dent. 29. 
5. & 31. 2. 
& 34. 7. 
Acts 7. 23, 
30. 



n hai. 7. 11. 
John 2. 18. 
& 6. 30. 
och.4.2,17. 



p ver. 9. 



q ch. 4. 3. 

r Gen. 41. 8. 

s 2 Tim. 3. 8. 

t ver. 22. 
ch. 8. 7, 18. 



u ch. 4.21. 
ver. 4. 



X eh. 8. 15. 
& 10. 1, 20, 

27. 



Moses encouraged to go to Pharaoh. 

Behold, °I crm of uncircumcised lips, and how- 
shall Pharaoh hearken unto me ? 

CHAP. VIL 



1 Moses is e7icouraged 



to 



go to Pharaoh. 



years old, 
years old, 



7 His age. 
8 His rod is turned into a serpent. 11 The sorcerers 
do the like. 13 Pharaoh's heart is hardened. 14 God's 
message to Pharaoh. 19 The river is turned into blood. 

AND the Lord said unto Moses, See, 
I have made thee ^a god to Pharaoh : 
and Aaron thy brother shall be ''thy pro- 
phet. 

2 Thou ''shalt speak all that I command 
thee : and Aaron thy brother shall speak unto 
Pharaoh, that he send the children of Israel 
out of his land. 

3 And ''I will harden Pharaoh's heart, 
and ^multiply my ^ signs and my wonders in 
the land of Egypt. 

4 But Pharaoh shall not hearken unto you, 
^that I may lay my hand upon Egypt, and 
bring forth mine armies, and my people the 
children of Israel, out of the land of Egypt, 
''by great judgments. 

5 And the Egyptians ' shall know that 
I am the Lord, when I ''stretch forth mine 
hand upon Egypt, and bring out the children 
of Israel from among them. 

6 And Moses and Aaron 'did as the Lord 
commanded them, so did they. 

7 And Moses was "" fourscore 
and Aaron fourscore and three 
when they spake unto Pharaoh. 

8 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses, and 
unto Aaron, saying, 

9 When Pharaoh shall speak unto you, 
saying, " Shew a miracle for you : then thou 
shalt say unto Aaron, °Take thy rod, and 
cast it before Pharaoh, and it shall become 
a serpent. 

10 IF And Moses and Aaron went in unto 
Pharaoh, and they did so Pas the Lord had 
commanded : and Aaron cast down his rod 
before Pharaoh, and before his servants, and 
it 'I became a serpent. 

11 Then Pharaoh also ■" called the wise 
men, and Hhe sorcerers : now the magicians 
of Egypt, they also Mid in like manner with 
their enchantments. 

12 For they cast down every man his rod, 
and they became serpents : but Aaron's rod 
swallowed up their rods. 

13 And he hardened Pharaoh's heart that 
he hearkened not unto them; "as the Lord 
had said. 

14 H And the Lord said unto Moses, 
* Pharaoh's heart is hardened, he refuseth to 
let the people go. 

15 Get thee unto Pharaoh in the morning; 
lo, he goeth out unto the water, and thou 
shalt stand by the river's brink against he 

57 



The river turned into blood. 

come : and y the rod which was turned to 
a serpent shalt thou take in thine hand. 

16 And thou shah say unto him, ^The 
Lord God of the Hebrews hath sent me 
unto thee, saying. Let my people go, ^ that 
they may serve me in the wilderness : and 
behold, hitherto thou wouldest not hear. 

17 Thus saith the Lord, In this ^tliou 
shalt know that I am the Lord : behold, 
I will smite with the rod that is in my 
hand upon the waters which are in the river, 
and "^they shall be turned ''to blood. 

18 And the fish that is in the river shall 
die, and the river shall stink : and the 
Egyptians shall ® loathe to drink of the 
water of the river. 

19 H And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
Say unto Aaron, Take thy rod, and ''stretch 
out thine hand upon the waters of Egypt, 
upon their streams, upon their rivers, and 
upon their ponds, and upon all their t pools 
of water, that they may become blood : and 
that there may be blood throughout all the 
land of Egypt, both in vessels ©/"wood, and 
in vessels of stone. 

20 And Moses and Aaron did so, as the 
Lord commanded ; and he ^ lifted up the 
rod and smote the waters that were in the 
river, in the sight of Pharaoh, and in the 
sight of his servants ; and all the ^ waters 
that were in the river were turned into blood. 

21 And the fish that was in the river 
died ; and the river stank, and the Egyptians 
' could not drink of the water of the river ; 
and there was blood throughout all the land 
of Egypt. 

22 '^And the magicians of Egypt did so 
with their enchantments : and Pharaoh's 
heart was hardened, neither did he hearken 
unto them ; 'as the Lord had said. 

23 And Pharaoh turned and went into 
his house, neither did he set his heart to this 
also. 

24 And all the Egyptians digged round 
about the river for water to drink ; for they 
could not drink of the water of the river. 

25 And seven days were fulfilled after 
that the Lord had smitten the river. 

CHAP. vm. 

1 Frogs are sent. 8 Pharaoh sueth to Moses, 12 and Moses 

by prayer removeth them away. 16 The dust is turned 

into lice, which the magicians could not do. 20 The 

' sioarms of files. 25 Pharaoh inclineth to let the people 

go, 32 lut yet is hardened. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, Go 
unto Pharaoh, and say unto him, Thus 
saith the Lord, Let my people go ^that 
they may serve me. 

2 And if thou ''refuse to let them go, 
behold, I will smite all thy borders with " frogs : 



EXODUS. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


14!il. 


1491. 


y ch. 4.2,3. 
& ver. 10. 
z ch. 3. 18. 


(1 Ps. 105. 
30. 


a ch. 3. 12. 
18. & 5. 1, 3. 






11 Or, dough. 


b ch. 5. 2. 
ver. 5. 






e ch. 7. 19. 


c ch. 4. 9. 
d Rev. 16. 
4, 6. 




6 ver. 34. 






f Ps. 78. 45. 
it. 105. 30. 


f ch. 8. 5, 6, 
16. & 9. 22. 
& 10. 12,21. 
& 14. 21, 26. 


g ch. 7. 11. 


t Heb. 
gut/ierivg nf 
their waters. 


h rh. 9. 28. 

& 10. 17. 

Numb. 21.7. 

1 Kings 13. 

6. 

Acts 8. 24. 






1 Or, Have 


g ch. 17. 5. 


t liji honour 
rer me, di-c. 
\\Or, against 

Wkrn. 

t Ilfll. to 

cut off. 


h Ps. 78. 44. 
& 105. 29. 






\\Or, against 
to-monvw. 


i ver. 18. 


i ch. 9. 14. 
Peut. 33. 26. 
2 Sam. 7.22. 
1 Cl.ion. 17. 
20. 

Ps. 86. 8. 
I.-^ai. 4(i. 9. 
Jur. 10. 6, 7. 


k ver. 11. 




1 ver. 3. 


k ver. 30. 
oh. 9. 33. & 
1 ft 18. & 32. 
11. 

James 5. 16, 
17, 18. 




1 Eccles. 8 
11. 

m ch. 7. 14. 


a ch. 3. 12, 
18. 






nPs. 105.31. 


b ch. 7. 14. 
& 9. 2. 
c Rev. 16. 





The plague of frogs ^ and lice. 

3 And the river shall bring forth froga 
abundantly, which shall go up and come into 
thine house, and into '^ thy bed-chamber, and 
upon thy bed, and into the house of thy ser- 
vants, and upon thy people, and into thine 
ovens, and into thy || kneading troughs : 

4 And the frogs shall come up both on 
thee, and upon thy people, and upon all thy 
servants. 

5 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
Say unto Aaron, « Stretch forth thine hand 
with thy rod over the streams, over the rivers, 
and over the ponds, and cause frogs to come 
up upon the land of Egypt. 

6 And Aaron stretched out his hand over 
the waters of Egypt; and '"the frogs came up, 
and covered the land of Egypt. 

7 "And the magicians did so with their 
enchantments, and brought up frogs upon the 
land of Egypt. 

8 H Then Pharaoh called for Moses and 
Aaron, and said, "^Entreat the Lord that 
he may take away the frogs from me, and 
from my people : and I will let the people go, 
that they may do sacrifice unto the Lord. 

9 And Moses said unto Pharaoh, || Glory 
over me : || when shall I entreat for thee and 
for thy servants, and for thy people, tto de- 
stroy the frogs from thee, and thy houses, that 
they may remain in the river only ? 

10 And he said, || To-morrow. And he 
said. Be it according to thy word : that thou 
mayest know that ' there is none like unto 
the Lord our God. 

1 1 And the frogs shall depart from thee, 
and from thy houses, and from thy servants, 
and from thy people ; they shall remain in 
the river only. 

12 And Moses and Aaron went out from 
Pharaoh : and Moses "^ cried unto the Lord, 
because of the frogs which he had brought 
against Pharaoh. 

13 And the Lord did according to the 
word of Moses : and the frogs died out of 
the houses, out of the villages, and out of 
the fields. 

14 And they gathered them together upon 
heaps : and the land stank. 

15 But when Pharaoh saw that there was 
'respite, ""he hardened his heart, and heark- 
ened not unto them ; as the Lord had said. 

16 1[ And the Lord said unto Moses, Say 
unto Aaron, Stretch out thy rod, and smite 
the dust of the land, that it may become lice 
throughout all the land of Egypt. 

17 And they did so ; for Aaron stretched 
out his hand with his rod, and smote the dust 
of the earth, and" it became lice in man and 
in beast : all the dust of the land became lice 
throughout all the land of Egypt. 

58 



The plague of flies, 

18 And °the magicians did so with their 
enchantments to bring forth Uce, but they 
p could not: so there were hce upon man, and 
upon beast. 

19 Then the magicians said unto Pharaoh, 
This is ithe finger of God: and Pharaoh's 
■^ heart was hardened, and he hearkened not 
unto them ; as the Lord had said. 

20 IF And the Lord said unto Moses, 
^Rise up early in the morning, and stand 
before Pharaoh ; (lo, he cometh forth to the 
water ;) and say unto him. Thus saith the 
Lord, ^Let my people go, that they may 
serve me : 

21 Else, if thou wilt not let my people 
go, behold, I will send || swarms of flies 
upon thee, and upon thy servants, and upon 
thy people, and into thy houses : and the 
houses of the Egyptians shall be full of 
swarms of flies, and also the ground whereon 
they are. 

22 And "I will sever in that day the land 
of Goshen, in which my people dwell, that 
no swarms of flies shall be there ; to the end 
thou mayest know that I am the Lord in 
the midst of the earth. 

23 And I will put t a division between my 
people and thy people : || to-morrow shall this 
sign be. 

24 And the Lord did so : and ^ there 
came a grievous swarm of flies into the house 
of Pharaoh, and into his servants' houses, 
and into all the land of Egypt : the land was 
II corrupted by reason of the swarm of flies, 

25 IT And Pharaoh called for Moses, and 
for Aaron, and said, Go ye, sacrifice to your 
God in the land. 

26 And Moses said. It is not meet so to 
do ; for we shall sacrifice y the abomination of 
the Egyptians to the Lord our God : Lo, 
shall we sacrifice the abomination of the 
Egyptians before their eyes, and will they 
not stone us ? 

27 We will go ^ three days' journey into 
the wilderness, and sacrifice to the Lord our 
God, as ''he shall command us. 

28 And Pharaoh said, I will let you go, 
that ye may sacrifice to the Lord your God 
in the wilderness ; only ye shall not go very 
far away : ^entreat for me. 

29 And Moses said. Behold, I go out from 
thee, and I will entreat the Lord that the 
swarms of flies may depart from Pharaoh, 
from his servants, and from his people, to- 
morrow : but let not Pharaoh <^deal deceit- 
fully any more, in not letting the people go to 
sacrifice to the Lord. 

30 And Moses went out from Pharaoh, 
and ^ entreated the Lord : 

31 And the Lord did according to the 



CHAP. IX. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

o ch. 7. 11. 
p Luke 10. 

18. 

2 Tim. 3. 8, 
9. 

q 1 Sam. 6. 

P's. 8. 3. 
Matt. 12. 28. 
Luke 11. 20. 
r ver. 15. 



s ch. 7. 15. 



t ver. 1. 



II Or, 

a mixture of 

noisome 

beasts, &c. 



u ch. 9. 4, 6, 
26. & 10. 23. 
& 11. 6,7. & 
12. 13. 



t Heb. a 
redemption. 
II Or, by 
to-morrow. 



X Ps. 78. 45. 
& 105. 31. 



destroyed. 



y Gen. 43. 
32. & 46. 34. 
Deut. 7. 25, 
20. & 12. 31. 



z ch. 3. 18. 



a ch. 3. 12. 



b ver. 8. 
ch. 9. 28. 
1 Kint'9 13. 
6. 



c ver. 15. 



d ver. 13. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



e ver. 15. 
ch. 4. 21. 



a ch. 8. 1. 



b ch. 8. 2. 



c ch. 7. 4. 



d ch. 8. 22. 



e Ps. 78. 50. 



fch. 7. 14. 
& 8. 32. 



g Rev. 16. 2. 



h Deut. 28. 

27. 



i ch. 8. 18, 

19. 

2 Tim. 3. 9. 



k ch. 4. 21. 



1 ch. 8. 20. 



The plague of boils and blains, 

word of Moses ; and he removed the swarms 
of flies from Pharaoh, from his servants, and 
from his people ; there remained not one. 

32 And Pharaoh *= hardened his heart at 
this time also, neither would he let the people 



go. 



CHAP. IX. 



1 The murrain of beasts. 8 The plague of boils and 
blains. 13 His message about the hail. 22 The 
plague of hail. 27 Pharaoh sueth to Moses, 35 but 
yet is hardened. 

THEN the Lord said unto Moses, ^Go 
in unto Pharaoh, and tell him, Thus 
saith the Lord God of the Hebrews, Let my 
people go, that they may serve me. 

2 For if thou ''refuse to let them go, and 
wilt hold them still, 

3 Behold, the *= hand of the Lord is upon 
thy cattle which is in the field, upon the 
horses, upon the asses, upon the camels, upon 
the oxen, and upon the sheep : there shall 
he a very grievous murrain. 

4 And ''the Lord shall sever between the 
cattle of Israel, and the cattle of Egypt: and 
there shall nothing die of all that is the chil- 
dren's of Israel. 

5 And the Lord appointed a set time, 
saying, To-morrow the Lord shall do this 
thing in the land. 

6 And the Lord did that thing on the 
morrow, and ^ all the cattle of Egypt died : 
but of the cattle of the children of Israel died 
not one. 

7 And Pharaoh sent, and behold, there 
was not one of the cattle of the Israelites dead . 
And ^the heart of Pharaoh was hardened, and 
he did not let the people go. 

8 IT And the Lord said unto Moses and 
unto Aaron, Take to you handfuls of ashes of 
the furnace, and let Moses sprinkle it toward 
the heaven in the sight of Pharaoh. 

9 And it shall become small dust in all the 
land of Egypt, and shall be ^a boil breaking 
forth with blains upon man, and upon beast, 
throughout all the land of Egypt, 

10 And they took ashes of the furnace, 
and stood before Pharaoh ; and Moses sprink- 
led it up toward heaven : and it became ''a 
boil breaking forth with blains upon man, and 
upon beast. 

11 And the 'magicians could not stand 
before Moses, because of the boils : for the 
boil was upon the magicians, and upon all 
the Egyptians. 

12 And the Lord hardened the heart of 
Pharaoh, and he hearkened not unto them j 
■"as the Lord had spoken unto Moses. 

13 II And the Lord said unto Moses, 
'Rise up early in the morning, and stand 
before Pharaoh, and say unto him, Thus saith 

59 



The plague of hail, 

the Lord God of the Hebrews, Let my 
people go, that they may serve me. 

14 For I will at this time send all my 
plagues upon thine heart, and upon thy ser- 
vants, and upon thy people : '" that thou 
mayest know that there is none like me in 
all the earth. 

15 For now I will "stretch out my hand, 
that I may smite thee and thy people with 
pestilence ; and thou shalt be cut off from 
the earth. 

16 And in very deed for °this cause have 
I t raised thee up, for to shew in thee my 
power ; and that my name may be de- 
clared throughout all the earth. 

17 As yet exaltest thou thyself against 
my people, that thou wilt not let them go ? 

18 Behold, to-morrow about this time 
I will cause it to rain a very grievous hail, 
such as hath not been in Egypt since the 
foundation thereof even until now. 

19 Send therefore now, and gather thy 
cattle, and all that thou hast in the field : 
for tipon every man and beast which shall be 
found in the field, and shall not be brought 
home, the hail shall come down upon them, 
and they shall die. 

20 He that feared the word of the Lord 
among the servants of Pharaoh made his ser- 
vants and his cattle flee into the houses : 

21 And he that t regarded not the word 
of the Lord left his servants and his cattle 
in the field. 

22 H And the Lord said unto Moses, 
Stretch forth thine hand toward heaven, that 
there may be phail in all the land of Egypt, 
upon man, and upon beast, and upon every 
herb of the field, throughout the land of 

Egypt. 

23 And Moses stretched forth his rod 
toward heaven, and ithe Lord sent thunder 
and hail, and the fire ran along upon the 
ground : and the Lord rained hail upon the 
land of Egypt. 

24 So there was hail, and fire mingled with 
the hail, very grievous, such as there was 
none like it in all the land of Egypt since it 
became a nation. 

25 And the hail smote throughout all the 
land of Egypt all that was in the field, both 
man and beast, and the hail ■■ smote every 
herb of the field and brake every tree of the 
field. 

26 ^Only in the land of Goshen, where the 
children of Israel were, was there no hail. 

27 ^ And Pharaoh sent and called for 
Moses and Aaron, and said unto them, *I 
have sinned this time : " the Lord is right- 
eous, and I and my people are wicked. 

28 ' Entreat the Lord (for it is enough) 



EXODUS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



m ch. 8. 10. 



n ch. 3. 20. 



Rom. 9. 17. 
See ch. 14. 
17. 

Prov. 16. 4. 

1 Pet. 2. 9. 

t Hcb. made 
thee stand. 



t Heb. 

set not his 
heart unto. 
ell. 7. 23. 



p Rev. 16. 



21 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



q Josh. 10. 
11. 

Ps. 18. 13. & 
78. 47. & 10.5. 
32. & 148. 8. 
Isa. 30. 30. 
Ezek. 38.22. 
Rev. 8. 7 



r Ps. 105. 33. 



s ch. 8. 22. 
& 9. 4, 6. & 
10. 23. & 11. 
7. & 12. 13. 
Isai. 32. 18, 
19. 

t ch. 10. i6. 
11 2 Chron. 
12. 6. 
Ps. 129. 4. 
& 145. 17. 
Lam. 1. 18. 
Dan. 9. 14. 
X ch. 8. 8, 
28. & 10. 17. 
Acts 8 24 



t Heb. 
voices of 
God. 

Ps. 29. 3, 4. 
y 1 Kings 8. 
22, 38. 
Pb. 143. 6. 
Isai. 1. 15. 



z Ps. 24. 1. 

1 Cor. 10. 26, 

28. 

a Isai. 26. 10. 



b Ruth 1.22. 
&2. 23. 



t Heb. 
hidden, or, 
dark. 

c ver. 29. 
ch. 8. 12. 



d ch. 4. 21 



t Heb. by 
the hand of 
Moses. 
ch. 4. 13. 



a ch. 4. 21. 
& 7. 14. 

b ch. 7. 4. 



c Deut. 4. 9. 
Ps. 44. 1. & 
71. 18. &78. 
5, &c. 
Joel 1. 3. 



d 1 Kings 
21. 29. 
2 Chron. 7. 
14. & 34. 27. 
Job 42. 6. 
Jer. 13. 18. 
James 4. 10. 
1 Pet. 5. 6. 
e Prov. 30. 
27. 

Rev. 9. 3. 
t Heb. eye. 
ver. 15. 



fch. 9. 32. 
Joel 1. 4. 
& 2. 25. 



gch.8.3,21. 



Pharaoh^s heart is hardened. 

that there be no more t mighty thunderings 
and hail ; and I will let you go, and ye shall 
stay no longer. 

29 And Moses said unto him. As soon as 
I am gone out of the city, I will y spread 
abroad my hands unto the Lord ; and the 
thunder shall cease, neither shall there be 
any more hail ; that thou mayest know how 
that the "^ earth is the Lord's. 

30 But as for thee and thy servants, ^ I 
know that ye will not yet fear the Lord 
God. 

31 And the flax and the barley was smit- 
ten : ^ for the barley was in the ear, and the 
flax was boiled. 

32 But the wheat and the rye were not 
smitten : for they were t not grown up. 

33 And Moses went out of the city from 
Pharaoh, and *^ spread abroad his hands unto 
the Lord : and the thunders and hail ceased, 
and the rain was not poured upon the earth. 

34 And when Pharaoh saw that the rain 
and the hail and the thunders were ceased, 
he sinned yet more, and hardened his heart, 
he and his servants. 

35 And '^the heart of Pharaoh was har- 
dened, neither would he let the children of 
Israel go ; as the Lord had spoken t by 
Moses. 

CHAP. X. 

1 God threateneth to send locusts. 7 Pharaoh moved by 
his serva7its,inclineth to let the Israelites go. 12 The 
plague of the locusts. 16 Pharaoh stieth to Moses. 
21 The plague of darkness. 24 Pharaoh sueth 
unto Moses, 27 but yet is hardened. 

AND the Lord said unto Moses, Go in 
unto Pharaoh : ""for I have hardened his 
heart, and the heart of his servants; ''that 
I might shew these my signs before him : 

2 And that '=thou mayest tell in the ears 
of thy son, and of thy son's son, what things 
I have wrought in Egypt, and my signs which 
I have done among them ; that ye may know 
how that I am the Lord. 

3 And Moses and Aaron came in unto 
Pharaoh, and said unto him. Thus saith the 
Lord God of the Hebrews, How long wilt 
thou refuse to ^ humble thyself before me ? 
Let my people go, that they may serve me. 

4 Else, if thou refuse to let my people go, 
behold, to-morrow will I bring the ^locusts 
into thy coast: 

5 And they shall cover the t face of the 
earth, that one cannot be able to see the 
earth : and ^they shall eat the residue of that 
which is escaped, which remaineth unto you 
from the hail, and shall eat every tree which 
groweth for you out of the field : 

6 And they ^ shall fill thy houses, and the 
houses of all thy servants, and the houses of 

60 



The plague of locusts, 

all the Egyptians ; which neither thy fathers, 
nor thy fathers' fathers have seen, since the 
day that they were upon the earth unto this 
day. And he turned himself, and went out 
from Pharaoh. 

7 And Pharaoh's servants said unto him. 
How long shall this man be '^ a snare unto 
us ? Let the men go, that they may serve the 
Lord their God : Knowest thou not yet that 
Egypt is destroyed? 

8 And Moses and Aaron were brought 
again unto Pharaoh ; and he said unto them, 
Go, serve the Lord your God : but f who 
are they that shall go ? 

9 And Moses said. We will go with our 
young and with our old, with our sons and 
with our daughters, with our flocks and with 
our herds will we go : for ' we must hold a 
feast unto the Lord. 

10 And he said unto them. Let the Lord 
be so with you, as I will let you go, and your 
little ones : look to it; for evil is before you. 

1 1 Not so : go now ye that are men, and 
serve the Lord ; for that ye did desire. 
And they were driven out from Pharaoh's 
presence. 

12 H And the Lord said unto Moses, 
^ Stretch out thine hand over the land of 
Egypt for the locusts, that they may come up 
upon the land of Egypt, and ' eat every herb 
of the land, even all that the hail hath left. 

13 And Moses stretched forth his rod over 
the land of Egypt, and the Lord brought an 
east wind upon the land all that day, and all 
that night : and when it was morning, the 
east wind brought the locusts. 

14 And ""the locusts went up over all the 
land of Egypt, and rested in all the coasts 
of Egypt: yerj grieYOUs were they ; "before 
them there were no such locusts as they, 
neither after them shall be such. 

15 For they "covered the face of the whole 
earth, so that the land was darkened ; and 
they P did eat every herb of the land, and all 
the fruit of the trees which the hail had left: 
and there remained not any green thing in 
the trees, or in the herbs of the field, through 
all the land of Egypt. 

16 U Then Pharaoh f called for Moses and 
Aaron in haste ; and he said, il have sinned 
against the Lord your God, and against you. 

17 Now therefore forgive, I pray thee, my 
sin only this once, and "^ entreat the Lord 
your God that he may take away from me 
this death only. 

18 And he ^went out from Pharaoh, and 
entreated the Lord. 

19 And the Lord turned a mighty strong 
west wind which took away the locusts, 
and tcast them 'into the Red sea: there 



CHAP. XL 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1491. 


1491. 




u ch.4.21. 
& 11. 10. 


h ch. 23. 33 
Josh. 23. 13. 
ISam. 18. 
21. 

Eccles.7.26. 
1 Cor 7.35. 


X ch. 9. 22. 

t Heb. that 
one may feel 
darkness. 




yF8.105.28. 


t Heb. who 
and who, ^c. 






z ch. 8. 22. 


i ch. 5. 1. 


a ver. 8. 




b ver. 10. 




t Heb. into 
our hands. 


k ch. 7. 19. 




1 ver. 4, 5. 


c ver. 20. 
ch. 4. 21. 
& 14. 4, 8. 




d Hebr. 11. 
27. 


m Ps. 7R. 46. 
& 105. 34. 


n Joel 2. 2. 




o ver. 5. 




D Ps. 105. 






a ch. 12.31, 
33, 39. 


t Heb. 

hastened to 

call. 

q ch. 9. 27. 


b ch. 3. 22. 
& 12. 35. 




c ch. 3. 21. 
& 12. 36. 
Ps. 106. 46. 


r ch. 9. 28. 
1 Kings 13. 
6. 


d 2 Sam. 7. 

9. 

Esther 9. 4. 


s ch. 8. 3(1. 






e ch. 12. 12, 
2.S, 29. 
Amos 5. 17. 


t Heb. 
fastevpii. 
t Joel 2.20. 


f ch. 12. 12, 

20. 

.\nios 4. 10. 



and of thick darkness. 
remained not one locust in all the coasts ot 

Egypt. 

20 But the Lord "hardened Pharaoh's 
heart, so that he would not let the children 
of Israel go. 

21 II And the Lord said unto Moses, 
"" Stretch out thine hand toward heaven, that 
there maybe darkness over the land of Egypt, 
t even darkness which may be felt. 

22 And Moses stretched forth his hand 
toward heaven : and there was a y thick dark- 
ness in all the land of Egypt three days : 

23 They saw not one another, neither rose 
any from his place for three days : ^but all 
the children of Israel had light in their 
dwellings. 

24 H And Pharaoh called unto Moses, and 
*said. Go ye, serve the Lord : only let your 
flocks and your herds be stayed : let your 
''little ones also go with you. 

25 And Moses said. Thou must give fus 
also sacrifices, and burnt-offerings, that we 
may sacrifice unto the Lord our God. 

26 Our cattle also shall go with us ; there 
shall not an hoof be left behind; for thereof 
must we take to serve the Lord our God ; 
and we know not with what we must serve 
the Lord, until we come thither. 

27 IT But the Lord <= hardened Pharaoh's 
heart, and he would not let them go. 

28 And Pharaoh said unto him. Get thee 
from me, take heed to thyself, see my face no 
more : for in that day thou seest my face, 
thou shalt die. 

29 And Moses said. Thou hast spoken 
well, "^I will see thy face again no more. 

CHAP. XL 

1 God^s message to the Israelites to borrow jewels of their 
neighbours. 4 Moses threateneth Fharaoh with the 
death of the first-born. 

AND the Lord said unto Moses, Yet 
will I bring one plague more upon 
Pharaoh, and upon Egypt; afterwards he will 
let you go hence : ^when he shall let you go, he 
shall surely thrust you out hence altogether. 

2 Speak now in the ears of the people, and 
let every man borrow of his neighbour, and 
every woman of her neighbour, ''jewels of 
silver, and jewels of gold. 

3 •'And the Lord gave the people favour 
in the sight of the Egyptians. Moreover, 
the man ^ Moses was very great in the land of 
Egypt, in the sight of Pharaoh's servants, 
and in the sight of the people. 

4 And Moses said. Thus saith the Lord, 
« About midnight will I go out into the 
midst of Egypt : 

5 And fall the first-born in the land of 
Egypt shall die, from the first-born of Pha- 

61 



The passover instituted. 



EXODUS. 



raoh that sitteth upon his throne, even unto 
the first-born of the maid-servant that is 
behind the mill; and all the first-born of 
beasts. 

6 s And there shall be a great cry through- 
out all the land of Egypt, such as there was 
none like it, nor shall be like it any more. 

7 ^'But against any of the children of 
Israel 'shall not a dog move his tongue, 
against man or beast : that ye may know how 
that the Lord doth put a difference between 
the Egyptians and Israel. 

8 And ''all these thy servants shall come 
down unto me, and bow down themselves 
unto me, saying. Get thee out, and all the 
people t that follow thee ; and after that 
I will go out. And he went out from Pha- 
raoh in t a great anger. 

9 And the Lord said unto Moses, 
^Pharaoh shall not hearken unto you; that 
"my wonders may be multiplied in the land 
of Egypt. 

10 And Moses and Aaron did all these 
wonders before Pharaoh; "and the Lord 
hardened Pharaoh's heart, so that he would 
not let the children of Israel go out of his 
land. 

CHAP. xn. 

1 The beginning of the year is changed. 3 The pass- 
over is instituted. 11 The rite of the passover. 
15 Unleavened bread. 29 The first-born are slain. 
31 The Israelites are driven out of the land. 37 They 
come to Succoth. 43 The ordinance of the passover. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses and 
Aaron in the land of Egypt, saying, 

2 ^This month shall he unto you the be- 
ginning of months : it shall he the first 
month of the year to you. 

3 If Speak ye unto all the congregation of 
Israel, saying. In the tenth day of this 
month they shall take to them every man 
a II lamb according to the house of their 
fathers, a lamb for an house : 

4 And if the household be too httle for the 
lamb, let him and his neighbour next unto 
his house take it according to the number of 
the souls : every man according to his eating 
shall make your count for the lamb. 

5 Your lamb shall be ''without blemish, 
a male t of the first year : ye shall take it 
out from the sheep or from the goats : 

6 And ye shall keep it up until the <= four- 
teenth day of the same month : and the whole 
assembly of the congregation of Israel shall 
kill it t in the evening. 

7 And they shall take of the blood, and 
strike it on the two side-posts, and on the 
upper door-post of the houses, \a herein they 
shall eat it. 

8 And they shall eat the flesh in that 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



g ch. 12. 30. 
Amua 5. 17. 



h ch. 8. 22. 

i Josh. 10. 
21. 



k ch. 12. 33. 



t Heb. that 
IS at thvfect. 
So Judg. 4. 
10 & 8. 5. 

1 Kings 20. 
10. 

2 Kings 3. 9. 
t Heb. heat 
of anger. 

1 ch.3.19.& 
7. 4. & 10. 1. 
m ch. 7. 3. 



n ch. 10. 20, 

27. 

Rom. 2. 5. 

&9.22. 



a ch. 13. 4. 
Deut. 16. 1. 



Or, kid. 



b Lev. 29. 
19, 20. 21. 
Mai. 1 8, 14. 
Hebr. 9. 14. 
1 Pet. 1. 19. 
t Heb. son 
of a year. 
Lev. 23. 12. 
c Lev. 23.5. 
Numb. 9. 3. 
& 28. 16. 
Deut. 16. 1, 
6. 

t Heb. 
between 
the two 
evenings. 
ch. 16. n. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

d ch. 34. 25. 
Deut. 16. 3. 
Numb. 9. 11. 
1 Cor. 5. 8. 
e Deut. 16.7. 



fch.23. 18. 
& 34. 25. 



The rite of the passover. 



I. 



Deut. 16. 



h ch. 11. 4, 
AmoB 5. 17. 



i Numb. 33. 

4. 

llOr, princes. 

ch. 21. 6. & 

22.28. 

Ps. 82. 1, 6. 

John 10. 34, 

35. 

It ch. 6. 2. 



t Heb. for a 
destruction. 



1 ch. 13. 9. 

m Lev. 23. 
4, 5. 

2 Kings 23. 
21. 

n ver. 24, 

43. & ch. 13. 

10. 

och.13.6,7. 

& 23. 15. & 

34. 18, 25. 

Lev. 23.5,6. 

Numb. 28. 

17. 

Deut. 16. 3, 

8. 

1 Cor. 5. 7. 

p Gen. 17. 

]4. 

Numb. 9. 13. 

q Lev. 23. 7, 

Numb 28. 
18, 2.5. 



t Heb. soul. 



r ch. 13. 3. 



s Lev. 23. 5. 

Numb. 28. 
16. 



t Exod. 23. 
15. &. 34. 18. 
Deut. 16. 3. 
1 Cor. 5. 7, 8. 

u Numb. 9. 
13. 



X ver. 3. 

Numb. 9. 4. 

Josh. 5. 10. 

2 Kings 23. 

21. 

Ezra 6. 20. 

Matt. 26. 18, 

19. 

Mark 14. 12, 

—16. 

I,uke 22. 7, 

&n. 

II Or, kid. 



night, roast with fire, and ^ unleavened bread ; 
and with bitter herhs they shall eat it. 

9 Eat not of it raw, nor sodden at all with 
water, but « roast with fire; his head with his 
legs, and with the purtenance thereof. 

10 ^And ye shall let nothing of it remain 
until the morning : and that which remaineth 
of it until the morning ye shall burn with 
fire. 

11 IT And thus shall ye eat it; with your 
loins girded, your shoes on your feet, and 
your staff in your hand : and ye shall eat it 
in haste ; ^ it is the Lord's passover. 

12 For I ''will pass through the land of 
Egypt this night, and will smite all the first- 
born in the land of Egypt, both man and 
beast: and 'against all the jjgods of Egypt 
I will execute judgment: '^I am the Lord. 

13 And the blood shall be to you for 
a token upon the houses where ye are: and 
when I see the blood, I will pass over you, 
and the plague shall not be upon you f to 
destroy you, when I smite the land of Egypt. 

14 And this day shall be unto you 'for 
a memorial ; and ye shall keep it a "• feast to 
the Lord throughout your generations : ye 
shall keep it a feast "by an ordinance for ever. 

15 "Seven days shall ye eat unleavened 
bread ; even the first day ye shall put away 
leaven out of your houses : for whosoever 
eateth leavened bread, from the first day until 
the seventh day, Pthat soul shall be cut off 
from Israel. 

16 And in the first day there shall Se^an 
holy convocation, and in the seventh day 
there shall be an holy convocation to you: no 
manner of work shall be done in them, save 
that which every t man must eat, that only 
may be done of you. 

17 And ye shall observe the feast of un- 
leavened bread ; for 'in this self-same day 
have I brought your armies out of the land 
of Egypt : therefore shall ye observe this day 
in your generations by an ordinance for ever. 

1811^ In the first month, on the fourteenth 
day of the month at even, ye shall eat un- 
leavened bread, until the one and twentieth 
day of the month at even. 

19 * Seven days shall there be no leaven 
found in your houses : for whosoever eateth 
that which is leavened, " even that soul shall 
be cut off from the congregation of Israel, 
whether he be a stranger, or born in the land. 

20 Ye shall eat nothing leavened : in all 
your habitations shall ye eat unleavened 
bread. 

21 IF Then Moses called for all the elders 
of Israel, and said unto them, ^Draw out, 
and take you a || lamb, according to your 
families, and kill the passover. 

62 



'Thejirsl'born are slain. 

22 yAnd ye shall take a bunch of hyssop, 
and dip it in the blood that is in the basin, 
and ^strike the lintel and the two side-posts 
with the blood that is in the basin : and 
none of you shall go out at the door of his 
house until the morning. 

23 ^For the Lord will pass through to 
smite the Egyptians j and when he seeth the 
blood upon the lintel, and on the two side- 
posts, the Lord will pass over the door, and 
•"will not suffer *=the destroyer to come in 
unto your houses to smite you. 

24 And ye shall observe this thing for 
an ordinance to thee and to thy sons for 
ever. 

25 And it shall come to pass, when ye be 
come to the land which the Lord will give 
you, "^according as he hath promised, that ye 
shall keep this service. 

26 ^And it shall come to pass, when your 
children shall say unto you, What mean ye 
by this service ? 

27 That ye shall say, ^It is the sacrifice of 
the Lord's passover, who passed over the 
houses of the children of Israel in Egypt, 
when he smote the Egyptians, and delivered 
our houses. And the people showed the 
head and worshipped. 

28 And the children of Israel went away, 
and '•did as the Lord had commanded Moses 
and Aaron, so did they. 

29 II 'And it came to pass, that at mid- 
night ^the Lord smote all the first-born in 
the land of Egypt, 'from the first-born of 
Pharaoh that sat on his throne, ufito the first- 
born of the captive that was in the t dun- 
geon ; and all the first-born of cattle. 

30 And Pharaoh rose up in the night, he, 
and all his servants, and all the Egyptians; 
and there was a "• great cry in Egypt : for 
there was not a house where there was not 
one dead. 

31 IT And °he called for Moses and Aaron 
by night, and said, Rise up, and get you 
forth from among my people, °both ye and 
the children of Israel : and go, serve the 
Lord, as ye have said. 

32 pAIso take your flocks and your herds, 
as ye have said, and begone: and i bless 
me also. 

33 ""And the Egyptians were urgent upon 
the people, that they might send them out 
of the land in haste; for they said, ^We be 
all dead men. 

34 And the people took their dough be- 
fore it was leavened, their || kneading troughs 
being bound up in their clothes upon their 
shoulders. 

35 And the children of Israel did accord- 
ing to the word of Moses : and they borrowed 



CHAP. XIL 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



y Hebr. 11. 
z ver. 7. 



a ver. 12, 13. 



b Ezek.9. 6. 

Rev. 7. 3. & 

9.4. 

c 2 Sara. 24. 

16. 

1 Cor. 10. 10. 

Hebr. 11. 28. 



dch.3.8.17. 



e ch. 13. 8, 

14. 

Deut. 32. 7. 

Josh. 4. 6. 

Ps.76.6. 



f ver. 11. 



g ch. 4. 31. 



h Hebr. 11. 

28. 



i ch. 11. 4. 

k Numb. 8. 
17. & 33. 4. 
Ps. 78. 51. 
& 105. 36. 
& 135. 8. 
& 136. 10. 
1 ch. 4. 23. 
& 11. 5. 

t Heb. kovse 
of the pit. 



m ch. 11. 6. 
Prov. 21. 13. 
Amos 5. 17. 
Jam. 2. 13. 



n ch. 11. 1. 
Ps. 105. 38. 



o ch. 10. 9. 



p ch. 10. 26. 

q Gen. 27. 
34. 



r ch. 11. 8. 
Ps. 105. 38. 



8 Gen. 20. 3. 



II Or, dough. 
ch. i. 3. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



t ch. 3. 22. 
& 11. 2. 
u ch. 3. 21. 
& 11. 3. 



X Gen. 15. 
14. 

ch. 3. 22. 
Ps. 105. 37. 
y Numb. 33. 
3,5. 

z Gen. 47. 
11. 

a Gen. 12. 2. 
& 46. 3. 
ch. 38.26. 
Numb. 1. 46. 
& 11. 21. 
t Heb. 
a great mix- 
ture. 
Numb. U. 4. 



b ch. 6. 1. & 
11. 1. & ver. 
33. 



c Gen. 1.5. 
13. 

Acts 7. 6. 
Gal. 3. 17. 



d ch. 7. 4. & 
ver. 51. 



tHeb. 
anightof ob- 
servations. 
e See Deut 
16.6. 



f Numb. 9. 
14. 



g Gen. 17. 
12, 13. 



h Lev. 22. 
10. 



i Numb. 9. 

12. 

John 19. 33, 

36. 

k ver. 6. 
Numb. 9. 13. 

t Heb. do it. 

I Numb. 9. 
14. 



m Numb. 9. 

14. &. 15. 15, 

16. 

Gal. 3. 28. 



n ver. 41. 



The Israelites are driven out. 

of the Egyptians ^jewels of silver, and jewels 
of gold, and raiment. 

36 "And the Lord gave the people favour 
in the sight of the Egyptians, so that they 
lent unto them such things as they required : 
and ''they spoiled the Egyptians. 

37 IF And ythe childrenof Israel journeyed 
from ^Rameses to Succoth, about ^six hund- 
red thousand on foot that were men, beside 
children. 

38 And t a mixed multitude went up also 
with them ; and flocks, and herds, even very 
much cattle. 

39 And they baked unleavened cakes of 
the dough which they brought forth out of 
Egypt, for it was not leavened : because 
''they were thrust out of Egypt, and could 
not tarry, neither had they prepared for 
themselves any victual. 

40 IT Now the sojourning of the children 
of Israel who dwelt in Egypt, was •=four 
hundred and thirty years. 

41 And it came to pass, at the end of the 
four hundred and thirty years, even the self- 
same day it came to pass, that all ^ the hosts 
of the Lord went out from the land of 
Egypt. 

42 It is t^a night to be much observed 
unto the Lord, for bringing them out from 
the land of Egypt : this is that night of the 
Lord to be observed of all the children of 
Israel in their generations. 

43 IF And the Lord said unto Moses and 
Aaron, This is ^the ordinance of the pass- 
over : there shall no stranger eat thereof : 

44 But every man's servant that is bought 
for money, when thou hast ^ circumcised him, 
then shall he eat thereof. 

45 ''A foreigner, and a hired servant shall 
not eat thereof. 

46 In one house shall it be eaten ; thou 
shalt not carry forth aught of the flesh 
abroad out of the house: 'neither shall ye 
break a bone thereof. 

47 ''All the congregation of Israel shall 
t keep it. 

48 And 'when a stranger shall sojourn 
with thee, and will keep the passover to the 
Lord, let all his males be circumcised, and 
then let him come near and keep it ; and he 
shall be as one that is born in the land : for 
no uncircumcised person shall eat thereof. 

49 '"One law shall be to him that is home- 
born, and unto the stranger that sojourneth 
among you. 

50 Thus did all the children of Israel; 
as the Lord commanded Moses and Aaron, 
so did they. 

51 "And it came to pass the self-same 
day, that the Lord did bring the children 

63 ^ 



The memorial of the passover, 

of Israel out of the land of Egypt °by their 
armies. 

CHAP. XIII. 

1 The first-born are sanctified to God. 3 The memorial 
of the passover is commanded. 1 1 The firstlings of 
beasts are set apart. 17 The Israelites go out of 
Egypt, and carry Joseph's bones with them. 20 They 
come to Etham. 21 God guideth them by a pillar of 
a cloud, and a pillar of fire. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ing, 

2 ^Sanctify unto me all the first-born, 
whatsoever openeth the womb among the 
children of Israel, both of man and of beast: 
it is mine. 

3 IT And Moses said unto the people, 
^Remember this day, in which ye came out 
from Egypt, out of the house of f bondage; 
for <=by strength of hand the Lord brought 
you out from this place: ^ there shall no 
leavened bread be eaten. 

4 ''This day came ye out, in the month 
Abib. 

5 H And it shall be when the Lord shall 
^bring thee into the land of the Canaanites, 
and the Hittites, and the Amorites, and 
the Hivites, and the Jebusites, which he 
^sware unto thy fathers to give thee, a land 
flowing with milk and honey; •» that thou 
shalt keep this service in this month. 

6 'Seven days thou shalt eat unleavened 
bread, and in the seventh day shall he a 
feast to the Lord. 

7 Unleavened bread shall be eaten seven 
days : and there shall ^no leavened bread be 
seen with thee, neither shall there be leaven 
seen with thee in all thy quarters. 

8 IT And thou shalt ^shew thy son in that 
day, saying. This is done because of that 
which the Lord did unto me when I came 
forth out of Egypt. 

9 And it shall be for ""a sign unto thee 
upon thine hand, and for a memorial be- 
tween thine eyes ; that the Lord's law may 
be in thy mouth: for with a strong hand 
hath the Lord brought thee out of Egypt. 

10 "Thou shalt therefore keep this ordi- 
nance in his season from year to year. 

11 If And it shall be when the Lord shall 
bring thee into the land of the Canaanites, 
as he sware unto thee and to thy fathers, 
and shall give it thee ; 

12 ''That thou shalt fset apart unto the 
Lord all that openeth the matrix; and 
every firstling that cometh of a beast which 
thou hast, the males shall be the Lord's. 

13 And P every firstling of an ass thou 
shalt redeem with a ||lamb; and if thou 
wilt not redeem it, then thou shalt break 
his neck: and all the first-born of man 
among thy children i shalt thou redeem. 



EXODUS. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1491. 



o ch. 6. 36. 



a ver. 12, 
13, 15. 
ch. 22. 29, 
30. & 34. 19. 
Lev. 27. 26. 
Numb. 3. 13. 
& 8. 16, 17. 
& 18. 15. 
Deut. 15. 19. 
Luke 2. 23. 



b ch. 12. 42. 
Deut. 16. 3. 
t Heb. 
servants. 

c ch. 6. 1. 
dch.12.8. 



e ch. 23. 15. 
& 34. 18. 
Deut. 16. 1. 



f ch. 3. 8. 



g ch. 6. 8. 

h ch. 12. 
25, 26. 



i ch. 12. 15, 
16. 



k ch. 12. 19. 



1 ver. 14. 
ch. 12. 26. 



m See ver. 

16. 

ch. 12. 14. 

Numb. 15. 

39. 

Deut. 6. 8. 

& n. 18. 

Prov. 1. 9. 

Isai. 49. 16. 

Jer. 22. 24. 

Matt. 23. 5. 

n ch. 12. 14, 

24. 



ch. 22. 29. 
& 34. 19. 
Lev. 27. 26. 
Numb. 8. 17. 
& 18. 15. 
Deut. 15. 19. 
Ezek. 44. 30. 
t Heb. 
cause to 
pass over. 
P ch. 34.20. 
Numb. 18. 
15, 16. 
II Or, kid. 



n Numb. 3. 
46, 47. & 18. 
15, 16. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1491. 

r ch. 12. 26. 
Deut. 6. 20. 
Josh. 4. 6, 
21. 

t Heb. 
tit-morrow. 
s ver. 3. 



t ch. 12. 29. 



u ver. 9. 



X ch. 14. 11, 
12. 

Numb. 14. 
1,-4. 

y Deut. 17. 

16. 

z ch. 14.2. 

Numb. 33. 

6, &c. 

II Or, by five 

in a rank. 



a Gen. 50. 
25. 

Josh. 24. 32. 
Acts 7. 16. 



b Numb. 33. 
6. 



c ch. 14. 19, 
24. & 40. 38. 
Numb. 9. 
15. & 10. 
34. & 14. 14. 
Deut. 1. 33. 
Neh. 9. 12, 
19. 

Ps. 78. 14. 
& 99. 7. & 
105. 39. 
Isai. 4. 5. 
1 Cor. 10. 1. 



a ch. 13. 18. 

b Numb. 33. 

7. 

c Jer. 44. 1. 



d Ps.71.n. 



2%e Israelites go out oj Egypt. 

14 H' And it shall be when thy son asketh 
thee tin time to come, saying. What is 
this? that thou shalt say unto him, ^By 
strength of hand the Lord brought us out 
from Egypt, from the house of bondage : 

15 And it came to pass, when Pharaoh 
would hardly let us go, that Hhe Lord slew 
all the first-born in the land of Egypt, 
both the first-born of man, and the first- 
born of beast: therefore I sacrifice to the 
Lord all that openeth the matrix, being 
males ; but all the first-born of my children 
I redeem. 

16 And it shall be for "a token upon thine 
hand, and for frontlets between thine eyes 
for by strength of hand the Lord brought 
us forth out of Egypt. 

17 IT And it came to pass, when Pharaoh 
had let the people go, that God led them 
not through the way of the land of the 
Philistines, although that was near; for 
God said. Lest peradventure the people 
^repent when they see war, and ythey re- 
turn to Egypt : 

18 But God ^ledthe people about, through 
the way of the wilderness of the Red sea : 
and the children of Israel went up || har- 
nessed out of the land of Egypt. 

19 And Moses took the bones of Joseph 
with him: for he had straitly sworn the 
children of Israel, saying, '^God will surely 
visit you; and ye shall carry up my bones 
away hence with you. 

20 IF And ^they took their journey from 
Succoth, n/[\d encamped in Etham, in the 
edge of the wilderness. 

21 And ^the Lord went before them by 
day in a pillar of a cloud, to lead them the 
way; and by night in a pillar of fire, to 
give them light : to go by day and night. 

22 He took not away the pillar of the 
cloud by day, nor the pillar of fire by night, 
from before the people. 

CHAP. XIV. 

1 God instructeth the Israelites in their journey. 5 Pha- 
raoh pursueth after them. 10 The Israelites inurmur. 
13 Moses comforteth them. 15 God instructeth Moses. 
19 The cloud removeth behind the camp. 21 The 
Israelites pass through the Red sea, 23 which 
drowneth the Egyptians. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

2 Speak unto the children of Israel, ^that 
they turn and encamp before ''Pi-hahiroth, 
between ''Migdol and the sea, over against 
Baal-zephon : before it shall ye encamp by 
the sea. 

3 For Pharaoh will say of the children of 
Israel, ^They are entangled in the land, 
the wilderness hath shut them in, 

64 



go 



Pharaoh pursueth after them. 

4 And ^I will harden Pharaoh's heart, 
that he shall follow after them ; and I ^will 
be honoured upon Pharaoh, and upon all 
his host; ^that the Egyptians may know 
that I am the Lord. And they did so. 

5 IF And it was told the king of Egypt 
that the people fled: and ''the heart of 
Pharaoh and of his servants was turned 
against the people, and they said, Why have 
we done this, that we have let Israel 
from serving us ? 

6 And he made ready his chariot, and 
took his people with him : 

7 And he took >six hundred chosen cha- 
riots, and all the chariots of Egypt, and 
captains over every one of them. 

8 And the Lord ''hardened the heart of 
Pharaoh king of Egypt, and he pursued 
after the children of Israel : and ' the child- 
ren of Israel went out with an high hand. 

9 But the ■" Egyptians pursued after them 
(all the horses and chariots of Pharaoh, and 
his horsemen, and his army) and overtook 
them encamping by the sea, beside Pi-lia- 
hiroth, before Baal-zephon. 

10 H And when Pharaoh drew nigh, the 



CHAP. XIV. 



children of Israel 'dfted 



up 



their 



eyes. 



and 



behold, the Egyptians marched after them ; 
and they were sore afraid : and the children 
of Israel "cried out unto the Lord. 

11 °And they said unto Moses, Because 
there were no graves in Egypt, hast thou 
taken us away to die in the wilderness ? 
Wherefore hast thou dealt thus with us, 
to carry us forth out of Egypt ? 

12 p/s not this the word that we did tell 
thee in Egypt, saying, Let us alone, that 
we may serve the Egyptians ? For it had 
been better for us to serve the Egyptians, 
than that we should die in the wilderness. 

13 H And Moses said unto the people, 
^1 Fear ye not, stand still, and see the salva- 
tion of the Lord, which he will shew to 
you to-day : |1 for the Egyptians whom ye 
have seen to-day, ye shall see them again no 
more for ever. 



14 ""The Lord shall fight for you, and 
ye shall ^hold your peace. 

15 IF And the Lord said unto Moses, 
Wherefore criest thou unto me ? Speak unto 
the children of Israel, that they go forward : 

16 But 4ift thou up thy rod, and stretch 
out thine hand over the sea, and divide it : 
and the children of Israel shall go on dry 
ground through the midst of the sea. 

17 And I, behold, I will "harden the 
hearts of the Egyptians, and they shall fol- 
low them : and I will ''get me honour upon 
Pharaoh, and upon all his host, upon his 
chariots, and upon his horsemen. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1491. 


1491. 


e ch. 4. 21. 


y ver. 4. 


& 7. 3. 




r ch. 9. 16. 




ver 17. 18. 




Rom. 9. 17, 




2'i, Si. 


z ch. 13.21. 


g ch. 7. 5. 


& 23. 20. & 




32. 34. 




Numb. 20. 

16. 

Isai. 63. 9. 


h Ps. 103. 


'25. 






a See Isai. 




8.14. 




2 Cor. 4. 3. 


i ch. 15. 4. 






b ver. 16. 


k ver. 4. 






c Ps. 66. 6. 


1 ch. 6. 1. 


d ch. 15. 8. 


& 13. 9. 


Josh. 3. 16. 


Numb. 33. 3. 


i &4. 23. 




1 Neh. 9. 11. 


m ch. 15.9. 
Josh. 24.0. 


Ps.74. 13. & 
106. 9. & 
114. 3. 




Isai. 63. 12. 




e ver. 29. 




ch. 15. 19. 




Numb. .33. 8. 




Ps. 66. 6. & 




78. 13. 




Isai. 63. 13. 




1 Cor. 10. 1. 




Hebr. 11.29. 




f Hab. 3. 10. 




g ScePs.77.- 
17, &c. 




n Josh. 24. 




7. 




Neh. 9. 9. 




Ps. 34. 17. 




& 107. 6. 




o Ps. 106. 7. 




8. 






II Or, and 




made them to 




go heavily. 


p ch. .5. 21. 
&6. 9. 


h ver. 14. 




i ver. 16. 


n 2 Chron. 
20. 15, 17. 






Isai. 41. 10. 




13, 14. 




11 Or, for 


k Josh. 4. 18. 


whereas ye 




have seen the 




Eff.i/plians 




to-day, <S-c. 




r ver. 25. 


1 ch. 15. 1, 7. 


Deut. 1 . 30. 


t Heb. 


& 3. 22. & 


shook off'. 


20.4. 


Deut. 11. 4. 


Josh. 10. 14, 


Ps. 78. 53. 


42. & 23. 3. 


Neh. 9. 11. 


2 Chron. 20. 


Hebr. 11. 29. 


29. 


m Hab. 3. 


Neh. 4. 20. 


8, 13. 


Isai. 31.4. 


n Ps. 106. 


s Isai. 30. 15. 


11. 


t ver. 21, 26. 




ch. 7. 19. 






o ver. 22. 




Ps. 77. 20. 




&78.52,53. 


u ver. 8. 




ch. 7. 3. 




X ver. 4. 


p Ps. 106. 8, 




10. 




n Ps. 58. 10. 
k 59. 10. 





Tlie flgijpliann arc drowned. 

18 And the Egyptians y shall know that I v 
am the Lord, when I have gotten me ho- 
nour upon Pharaoh, upon his chariots, and ) 
upon his horsemen. 

19 ^ And the angel of God ^which 
went before the camp of Israel, removed, 
and went behind them ; and the pillar of 
the cloud went from before their face, and 
stood behind them : 

20 And it came between the camp of the 
Egyptians and the camp of Israel ; and ^ it 
was a cloud and darkness to them, but it 
gave light by night to these : so that the one 
came not near the other all the night. 

21 And Moses ''stretched out his hand 
over the sea ; and the Lord caused the sea 
to go hack by a strong east wind all that 
night, and "^made the sea dry land, and the 
waters were ''divided. 

22 And ®the children of Israel w^ent into 
the midst of the sea upon the dry ground : 
and the waters were ^a wall unto them on 
their right hand, and on their left. 

23 IF And the Egyptians pursued, and 
went in after them, to the midst of the 
sea, even all Pharaoh's horses, his chariots, 
and his horsemen. 

24 And it came to pass, that in the morn- 
ing-watch sthe Lord looked unto the host 
of the Egyptians through the pillar of fire 
and of the cloud, and troubled the host of 
the Egyptians, 

25 And took off* their chariot-wheels, 
II that they drave them heavily : so that the 
Egyptians said. Let us flee from the face of 
Israel; for the Lord ''fighteth for them 
against the Egyptians. 

26 IF And the Lord said unto Moses, 
'Stretch out thine hand over the sea, that 
the waters may come again upon the 
Egyptians, upon their chariots, and upon 
their horsemen. 

27 And Moses stretched forth his hand 
over the sea, and the sea ''returned to his 
strength when the morning appeared ; and 
the Egyptians fled against it ; and the Lord 
' t overthrew the Egyptians in the midst of 
the sea. 

28 And '"the waters returned, and "co- 
vered the chariots, and the horsemen, and 
all the host of Pharaoh that came into the 
sea after them : there remained not so much 
as one of them. 

29 But "the children of Israel walked 
upon dry land in the midst of the sea; and 
the waters were a wall unto them on their 
right hand, and on their left. 

30 Thus the Lord p saved Israel that day 
out of the hand of the Egyptians : and Israel 
isaw the Egyptians dead upon the sea-shore. 

65 



ISlosea'' song of deliverance, 

31 And Israel saw that great twork which 
the Lord did upon the Egyptians : and 
the people feared the Lord, and ■'believed 
the Lord, and his servant Moses. 

CHAP. XV. 

1 Moses' song. 23 The people want loater. 23 The 
loaters at Marah are bitter. 25 A tree sweeteneth 
them. 27 At Eli/n are twelve ivells, and seventy 
palm-trees. 

THEN sang ^ Moses and the children of 
Israel this song unto the Lord, and 
spake, saying, I will ^sing unto the Lord, 
for he hath triumphed gloriously ; the horse 
and his rider hath he thrown into the sea. 

2 The Lord is my strength and <=song, 
and he is become my salvation : he is my 
God, and I will prepare him "^ an habitation ; 
my '^ father's God, and I ^will exalt him. 

3 The Lord is a man of ^war : the Lord 
is his ^name. 

4 'Pharaoh's chariots and his host hath 
he cast into the sea: '^his chosen captains 
also are drowned in the Red sea. 

5 • The depths have covered them : ■" they 
sank into the bottom as a stone. 

6 "Thy right hand, O Lord, is become 
glorious in power: thy right hand, O Lord, 
hath dashed in pieces the enemy. 

7 And in the greatness of thine "excel- 
lency thou hast overthrown them that rose 
up against thee : thou sentest forth thy 
MTath, which p consumed them las stubble. 

8 And ■'with the blast of thy nostrils the 
waters were gathered together, nhe floods 
stood upright as an heap, and the depths 
were congealed in the heart of the sea. 

9 * The enemy said, I will pursue, I will 
overtake, I will "divide the spoil : my lust 
shall be satisfied upon them ; I will draw my 
sword, mine hand shall || destroy them. 

10 Thou didst ''blow with thy wind, ythe 
sea covered them : they sank as lead in the 
mighty waters. 

11 ^Who is like unto thee, O Lord, 
among the || gods? who is like thee, ^glorious 
in holiness, fearful in praises, ^ doing won- 
ders ? 

12 Thou stretchedst out ''thy right hand, 
the earth swallowed them. 

13 Thou in thy mercy hast "^led forth the 
people which thou hast redeemed : thou hast 
guided them in thy strength unto *=thy holy 
habitation. 

14 ^The people shall hear, and he afraid : 
^ sorrow shall take hold on the inhabitants 
of Palestina. 

15 ''Then 'the dukes of Edom shall be 
amazed ; ''the mighty men of Moab, trem- 
bling shall take hold upon them; 'all the 
inhabitants of Canaan shall melt away. 



EXODUS. 



Before 


Be'bre 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1491. 


1491. 


tUeh.hnnd. 


in Deut. 2. 


r ch. 4. 31. 


2.). & 11.25. 


& 19. 9. 


.losh.2.9. 


Ps. 10(5. 12. 


n 1 Sam. 25. 


.lolin 'i. U 


37. 


& 11. 45. 


o ch. 19. .5. 




Dout. 32. 9. 




2 Sam. 7. 23. 




Ps. 74. 2. 




Isai. 43. 1, 




3. & 51. 10. 




Jer. 31. 11. 




Tit. 2. 14. 




1 Pot. 2. 9. 




2 Pet. 2. 1. 




p Ps. 44. 2. 




& 80. 8. 


a .luilg. 5. 1. 


q Ps. 78. 54. 


'2 Sam. i>2. 1. 




Pd. 106. 12. 


r Ps. 10. 16. 




& 29. 10. 


b vcr. 21. 


& 146. 10. 




Jsai. 57. 15. 




s ch. 14. 2.3. 




Prov.21.31. 


c Deut. 10. 


t ch. 14. 28, 


21. 


29. 


Ps. 18. 2. & 




'22. 3. & 59. 




17. & 02. «. 




& 109. 1. & 




IIH. 14. & 




140. 7. 




Isai. 12.2. 




Hab. 3. 18, 
19. 


u .Tudg. 4 4. 


ISam. 10.5. 


d Gen. 28. 

0] OQ 


X Numb. 26. 
59. 


2 Sa'm. 7. 5. 


y 1 Sam. 18. 


Ps. 132. 5. 


6. 


e oil. 3. 15, 


7. Juds. 11. 


10. 

f 2 Sam. 22. 


34. & 21.21. 
2Sam.H. 16. 


47. 


Ps. 08. U, 


Ps. 99. .'). 
& 118.2=1. 


25. & 149.3. 
& 150. 4. 


Isai. 25. 1. 


a 1 Sam. 18. 


IT Ps. 24. H. 




Rov. 19. 11. 


b ver. 1. 


h ell. 0. 3. 




Ps. Ki. IH. 




i ell. 14. 2H. 




k ch. 14.7. 




1 cli. 14. 2H. 




Ill iN'oli. 9. 




11. 




n Ps. lis. 




15. 10. 




l)inil.33. 
20. 


c Grn. 10. 
7. & 25. 18. 




d Numb. 33. 




8. 


|) Ps. .59. 13. 




q ls:u. 5. 24. 




& 47. 14. 




r cli. 14.21. 




2 Sam. 22. 
10 


II That is, 


.loll 4. 9. 

2 Thcss. 2. 

8. 

s Ps.78. 13. 


lilln,ie.<.<. 


Ruth 1.20. 
c ch. 10. 2. 


&. 17. 3. 


Hall. 3. 10. 




t Jiidg.5.30. 


fch. 14.10. 




fe 17. 4. 


11 Gen. 49. 


Ps. 50. 15. 


Isai. .53. 12. 




Luke 11. 22. 


h See 




2 Kings 2. 


II Or, 


21. & 4. 41. 


repos.'irft,<!. 


i See 


X ch. 14. '.'1. 


Josh. 24. 2.). 


Ps. 147. 16. 


k ch. 10.4. 


y ver. 5. 


Deut. 8. 2, 


ch. 14. 28. 


16. 




.ludg. 2. 22. 




& 3; 1, 4. 




Ps. Ot). JO. 


/ 2 Sam. 7. 


& 81. 7. 


22. 


1 Dcul. 7. 


1 kings 8. 


12, 15. 


23. 




Pf. 71. 19. 




& 86. 8. & 




89. 6, 8. 




.ler. 10. 6. 




& 49. 19. 




II Or, mighty 


m nput.28. 


ours. 

a Isai. 6. 3. 


27, 60. 


b Ps. 77. 14. 




c ver. 6. 




d Ps. 77. 15, 


n ch. 23.25. 


20. & 78 52. 


Ps. 41.3,4. 


& 80. 1. & 


& 103. 3. 


100. 9. 


& 147. 3. 


Isai. 63. 12, 


Numb. a3. 


13. 


9. 


Jcr. 2. fi. 




e Ps. 78.54. 




f Numb. 14. 




14. 




nent. 2. 25. 




Josh. 2. 9, 




10. 




g Ps. 48. 6. 




h Gen. 36. 




40. 




i Deut. 2.4. 


^ 


k Numb. 22. 
Hab. 3. 7. 






1 Josh. 5. 1. 


1 



'Hie waters at Marah are sweetened, 

16 ""Fear and dread shall fall upon them ; 
by the greatness of thine arm they shall 
be as still "as a stone ; till thy people pass 
over, O Lord, till the people pass over, 
° which thou hast purchased. 

17 Thou shalt bring them in, and p plant 
them in the mountain of thine inheritance, in 
the place, O Lord, which thou hast made 
for thee to dwell in; m the i sanctuary, O 
Lord, which thy hands have established. 

18 ''The Lord shall reign for ever and 
ever. 

19 For the ^ horse of Pharaoh went in 
with his chariots and with his horsemen 
into the sea, and Hhe Lord brought again 
the waters of the sea upon them : but the 
children of Israel went on dry la?id in the 
midst of the sea. 

20 H And Miriam "the prophetess, ^the 
sister of Aaron, y took a timbrel in her hand ; 
and all the women went out after her, '^with 
timbrels, and with dances. 

21 And Miriam ^answered them, ^Sing 
ye to the Lord, for he hath triumphed 
gloriously : the horse and his rider hath he 
thrown into the sea. 

22 So Moses brought Israel from the 
Red sea, and they went out into the wilder- 
ness of '^Shur; and they went three days 
in the wilderness, and found no water. 

23 IT And when they came to "^ Marah, 
they could not drink of the waters of Ma- 
rah ; for they were bitter : therefore the name 
of it was called || Marah. 

24 And the people ® murmured against 
Moses, saying. What shall we drink ? 

25 And he ^cried unto the Lord ; and 
the Lord shewed him a tree, ^ which when 
he had cast into the waters, the waters Avere 
made sweet : there he ' made for them a 
statute and an ordinance, and there ''he 
proved them, 

26 And said, 'If thou wilt diligently 
hearken to the voice of the Lord thy God, 
and wilt do that which is right in his sight, 
and wilt give ear to his commandments, 
and keep all his statutes, I will put none 
of these ""diseases upon thee, which I have 
brought upon the Egyptians : for I am the 
Lord "that healeth thee. 

27 IT ° And they came to Elim, where 
were twelve wells of water, and threescore 
and ten palm-trees : and they encamped there 
by the waters. 

CHAP. XVL 

1 The Israelites come to Sin. 2 They murmur for want 
of bread. 4 God promiseth them bread from heaven. 
11 Quails are sent, \^ and manna. 16 The ordering 
of manna. 25 It teas not to be found on the sabbath. 
32 An omer of it is preserved. 

66 



unto all 
then ye 
brought 



The Israelites murmur. 

AND they ''took their journey from Ehm, 
and all the congregation of the chil- 
dren of Israel came unto the wilderness of 
^ Sin, which is between Elim and Sinai, on 
the fifteenth day of the second month after 
their departing out of the land of Egypt. 

2 And the whole congregation of the 
children of Israel <= murmured against Moses 
and Aaron in the wilderness : 

3 And the children of Israel said unto 
them, '^ Would to God we had died by the 
hand of the Lord in the land of Egypt, 
^ when we sat by the flesh-pots, and when 
we did eat bread to the full : for ye have 
brought us forth into this wilderness, to 
kill this whole assembly with hunger. 

4 ^ Then said the Lord unto Moses, 
Behold, 1 will rain ^ bread from heaven for 
you ; and the people shall go out and ga- 
ther ta certain rate every day, that I may 
^ prove them, whether they will walk in 
my law, or no. 

5 And it shall come to pass, that on the 
sixth day they shall prepare that which they 
bring in ; and '» it shall be twice as much 
as they gather daily. 

6 And Moses and Aaron said 
the children of Israel, 'At even, 
shall know that the Lord hath 
you out from the land of Egypt : 

7 And in the morning, then ye shall see 
•"the glory of the Lord : for that he heareth 
your murmurings against the Lord : and 
'what are we, that ye murmur against us ? 

8 And Moses said. This shall he when the 
Lord shall give you in the evening flesh 
to eat, and in the morning bread to the full ; 
for that the Lord heareth your murmur- 
ings which ye murmur against him: and 
what are we ? your murmurings are not 
against us, but '"against the Lord. 

9 H And Moses spake unto Aaron, Say unto 
all the congregation of the children of Israel, 
" Come near before the Lord : for he iiath 
heard your murmurings. 

10 And it came to pass, as Aaron spake 
unto the whole congregation oi the chil- 
dren of Israel, that they looked toward the 
wilderness, and behold, the glory of the 
Lord "appeared in tho cloud. 

11 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

12 p I have heard the murmurings of the 
children of Israel ; speak unto them, saying, 
^At even ye shall eat flesh, and ""in the 
morning ye shall be filled with bread : and 
ye shall know that I am the Lord your 
God. 

13 And it came to pass, that at even 
'the quails came up, and covered the camp : 



CHAP. XVL 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

14<U. 
a Numb. 33. 
10, 11. 
I) Ezek. 30. 
15. 



c ch. 1.5. 24. 
Ps. 1(16. 25. 
1 Cor. 10. 10. 



d Lam. 4. <». 



e Numb. U. 
4,5. 



f Ps. 78. 24, 

25. & 105. 

40. 

John 6. 31, 

32. 

1 Cor. 10. 3. 

t Heb. the 

portion of a 

day in his 

day. 

Prov. 30. 8. 

Matt. 6. 11. 

g ch. 15. 25. 

Deut. 8. 2, 

16. 

hSeever.22. 
Lev. 25 2L 



i See ver. 12, 
];i.&ch.6.7. 
Numb. 16. 
28, 29, 30. 



k See ver. 10. 

Isai. 35. 2. 

& 40. 5. 

John 11. 4, 

40. 

1 Numb. 16. 

n. 



m See 1 Sam. 
8.7. 

I.iike 10. 16. 
Rom. 13. 2. 



n Numb. 16. 
16. 



ver. 7. 
eh. 13.21. 
Numb. 16. 
19. 

1 Kings 8. 
10, 11. 

p ver. 8. 



q ver. 6. 
r ver. 7. 



s Numb. 11. 

31. 

Ps. 78. 27, 

28. & 105. 40. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1491. 

t Numb. 11. 
9. 



u Numb. 11. 

7. 

Deut. 8. 3. 

Neh. 9. 15. 

Ps. 78. 24. 

& 105. 40. 

11 Or, What 
IS this ? or, it 
is a portion. 

X John 6. 
31, 49, 58. 
1 Cor. 10. 3. 



y ver. 36. 
t Heb. 
by the poll, 
or, head. 
t Heb. souls. 



z 2 Cor. 8. 
15. 



a Gen. 2. 3. 

ch. 20. 8. & 

31. 15. & 35. 

3. 

Lev. 23. 3. 



b ver. 20. 



c eh. 20. 9. 
10. 



d 2 Kings 
17. 14. 
Ps. 78. 10, 
22. & 106. 
13. 



Quails and manna sent, 

and in the morning Hlie dew lay round about 
the host. 

14 And when the dew that lay was gone 
up, behold, upon the face of the wilder- 
ness there lay " a small round thing, as small 
as the hoar frost on the ground : 

15 And when the children of Israel saw 
it, they said one to another, || It is manna : 
for they wist not what it was. And Moses 
said unto them, '^This is the bread which 
the Lord hath given you to eat. 

16 1[ This is the thing which the Lord 
hath commanded. Gather of it every man 
according to his eating : ^ an omer t for every 
man according to the number of your t per- 
sons, take ye every man for them which are 
in his tents. 

17 And the children of Israel did so, and 
gathered, some more, some less. 

18 And when they did mete it with an 
omer, ^he that gathered much had nothing 
over, and he that gathered little had no 
lack : they gathered every man according 
to his eating. 

19 And Moses said. Let no man leave of 
it till the morning. 

20 Notwithstanding, they hearkened not 
unto Moses ; but some of them left of it 
until the morning, and it bred worms, and 
stank : and Moses was wroth w4th them. 

21 And they gathered it every morning, 
every man according to his eating : and when 
the sun waxed hot it melted. 

22 IT And it came to pass, that on the sixth 
day they gathered twice as much bread, 
two omers for one man : and all the rulers 
of the congregation came and told Moses. 

23 And he said unto them. This is that 
which the Lord hath said. To-morrow is 
''the rest of the holy sabbath unto the Lord : 
bake that which ye will bake to-day, and 
seethe that ye will seethe ; and that which 
remaineth over, lay up for you to be kept 
until the morning. 

24 And they laid it up till the morning, 
as Moses bade : and it did not "^ stink, nei- 
ther was there any worm therein. 

25 And Moses said. Eat that to-day ; for 
to-day is a sabbath unto the Lord ; to-dav 
ye shall not find it in the field. 

26 '^ Six days ye shall gather it ; but on 
the seventh day, which is the sabbath, in it 
there shall be none. 

27 *1[ And it came to pass, that there went 
out some of the people on the seventh day 
for to gather, and they found none. 

28 And the Lord said unto Moses, How 
long ''refuse ye to keep my commandments 
and my laws ? 

29 See, for that the Lord hath given you 

67 



The people murmur for water, 

the sabbath, therefore he giveth you on 
the sixth day the bread of two days : abide 
ye every man in his place, let no man go 
out of his place on the seventh day. 

30 So the people rested on the seventh 
day. 

31 And the house of Israel called the 
name thereof Manna : and ^ it was like 
coriander-seed, white ; and the taste of it 
was like wafers made with honey. 

32 IT And Moses said. This is the thing 
which the Lord commandeth, Fill an omer 
of it to be kept for your generations ; that 
they may see the bread wherewith I have 
fed you in the wilderness, when I brought 
you forth from the land of Egypt. 

33 And Moses said unto, iVaron, ^Take a 
pot, and put an omer full of manna therein, 
and lay it up before the Lord, to be kept 
for your generations. 

34 As the Lord commanded Moses, so 
Aaron laid it up ^before the Testimony, to 
be kept. 

35 And the children of Israel did eat 
manna ^ forty years, ■ until they came to a 
land inhabited : they did eat manna, until 
they came unto the borders of the land of 
Canaan. 

36 Now an omer is the tenth part of an 
ephah. 

CHAP. xvn. 

1 The people murmur for water at Rephidim. 5 God 
sendeth them for water to the rock in Horeb. 8 Avia- 
lek is overcome by the holding up of Moses' hands. 
15 Moses buildeth the altar JEH0VAH-7iissi. 

AND ^all the congregation of the children 
of Israel journeyed from the wilderness 
of Sin, after their journeys, according to the 
commandment of the Lord, and pitched in 
Rephidim : and there was no water for the 
people to drink. 

2 '' Wherefore the people did chide with 
Moses, and said, Give us water that we 
may drink. And Moses said unto them. 
Why chide ye with me ? wherefore do ye 
*= tempt the Lord ? 

3 And the people thirsted there for water ; 
and the people '^ murmured against Moses, 
and said, Wherefore is this that thou hast 
brought us up out of Egypt to kill us and 
our children and our cattle with thirst ? 

4 And Moses ® cried unto the Lord, say- 
ing, What shall I do unto this people ? they 
be almost ready to ^ stone me. 

5 And the Lord said unto Moses, ^Go 
on before the people, and take with thee 
of the elders of Israel : and thy rod, where- 
with '^thoii smotest the river, take in thine 
hand, and go. 

6 ' Behold, I will stand before thee there 



EXODUS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



e Numb. 11. 

7, 8. 



f Hebr. 9. 4 



g ch.2.5. 16, 
21. &. 40. 20. 
Numb. 17. 
10. 

Deut. 10. 5. 
1 Kings 8.9. 

h Numb. 33. 

38. 

Deut. 8. 2. 3. 

Neh. 9. 20, 

21. 

John 6. 31, 

49. 

i Josh. 5. 12. 

Nel). 9. 15. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



a ch. 16, 1. 
Numb. 33, 
12, 14. 



b Numb. 20. 
3,4. 



r Deut. 6. 16. 

Ps. 78. 18, 

41. 

Isai. 7. 12. 

Miitt. 4. 7. 

1 Cor. 10. 9. 

d ch. 16. 2. 



e ch. 14. 15. 



f 1 Sam. 30. 

6. 

John a. 59. 

& 10.31. 

g Ezek. 2. 6. 



h ch. 7. 20. 
Numb. 20. 8. 
i Numb. 20. 
10, 11. 
Ps. 78. 15. 
20. & 105. 
41. & 114.8. 

1 Cor. 10. 4. 



k Numb. 20. 
13. 

Ps. 81. 7. & 
95.8. 

Hebr. 3. 8. 
II That is, 
tentation. 
II That is, 
chiding, or, 
strife. 
1 Gen. 36. 
12. 

Numb. 24. 
20. 

Deut. 25. 17. 
1 Sam. 15. 2. 

m Called 
Jesus. 
Acts 7. 45. 
Hebr. 4. 8. 
n ch. 4. 20. 



o Jam. 5. 16. 



p ch. 34. 27. 

q Numb. 24. 

20. 

Deut. 25. 19. 

1 Sam. 1.5. 
3, 7. & 30. 
1, 17. 

2 Sam. 8. 12. 
E^ra 9. 14. 

'I That is, 
"'« Lord 
iitl banner : 
SeeJudges 

if Or, 

BecaiiHf the 
hftnd of 
Amalek is 
against the 
throne of 
the Lord, 
therefore, 
&c 

1 Heb. the 
hand upon 
the throne of 
the liORD. 



a ch. 2. 16. 
&3. 1. 



b Ps. 44. 1. 

& 77. 14, 15. 
& 78. 4. & 
10.5. 5, 43. 
& 106. 2, 8. 



c ch. 4. 26. 



d Acts 7. 29. 
e oh. 2. 22. 
II That is, 
a stranger 
there. 



II That is, 
my God is 
an help 



Amalek is overcome. 

upon the rock in Horeb ; and thou shalt 
smite the rock, and there shall come water 
out of it, that the people may drink. And 
Moses did so in the sight of the elders of 
Israel. 

7 And he called the name of the place 
^ II Massah, and || Meribah, because of the 
chiding of the children of Israel, and be- 
cause they tempted the Lord, saying. Is the 
Lord among us, or not ? 

8 H ^ Then came Amalek, and fought with 
Israel in Rephidim. 

9 And Moses said unto '"Joshua, Choose 
us out men, and go out, fight with Amalek : 
to-morrow I will stand on the top of the hill 
with "the rod of God in mine hand. 

10 So Joshua did as Moses had said to 
him, and fought with Amalek : and Moses, 
Aaron, and Hur, went up to the top of the 
hill. 

11 And it came to pass, when Moses 
° held up his hand, that Israel prevailed : 
and when he let down his hand, Amalek 
prevailed. 

12 But Moses' hands were heavy; and they 
took a stone, and put it under him, and he 
sat thereon : and Aaron and Hur stayed up 
his hands, the one on the one side, and the 
other on the other side ; and his hands were 
steady until the going down of the sun. 

13 And Joshua discomfited Amalek and 
his people with the edge of the sword. 

14 And the Lord said unto Moses, 
p Write this /or a memorial in a book, and 
rehearse it in the ears of Joshua : for 'il will 
utterly put out the remembrance of Amalek 
from under heaven. 

15 And Moses built an altar, and called 
the name of it || JEHOVAH-nissi : 

16 For he said, jj Because fthe Lord hath 
sworn that the Lord will have war with 
Amalek from generation to generation. 

CHAP. xvm. 

1 Jethro Iringeth to Moses his wife and two sons ; 7 
Moses enip.rtaineth him. 13 Jethro^ counsel is accept' 
ed. 27 Jethro departeth. 

WHEN '^.Ti-thro the priest of Midian, 
Moses' father-in-law, heard of all that 
^ God had done for Moses, and for Israel 
his people, a?id that the Lord had brought 
Israel out of Egypt : 

2 Then Jethro, Moses' father-in-law, took 
Zipporah, Moses' wife, *= after he had sent 
her back, 

3 ./Vnd her ''two sons; of which the ^name 
of the one was \\ Gershom ; (for he said, I 
have been an alien in a strange land :) 

• 4 And the name of the other was \\ Elie- 
zer ; (for the God of my father, said he, was 

68 



Jethro counselleth Moses, 

mine help, and delivered me from the sword 
of Pharaoh :) 

5 And Jethro, Moses' father-in-law, came 
with his sons and his wife unto Moses into 
the wilderness, where he encamped at ^the 
mount of God : 

6 And he said unto Moses, I thy father- 
in-law Jethro am come unto thee, and thy 
wife, and her two sons with her. 

7 IT And Moses = went out to meet his fa- 
ther-in-law, and did obeisance, and ''kissed 
him : and they asked each other of their 
t welfare ; and they came into the tent. 

8 And Moses told his father-in-law all that 
the Lord had done unto Pharaoh, and to 
the Egyptians for Israel's sake, and all the 
travail that had f come upon them by the 
way, and liow the Lord 'delivered them. 

9 And Jethro rejoiced for all the good- 
ness which the Lord had done to Israel, 
whom he had delivered out of the h*and of 
the Egyptians. 

10 And Jethro said, ''Blessed he the Lord, 
who hath delivered you out of the hand of 
the Egyptians, and out of the hand of Pha- 
raoh, who hath delivered the people from 
under the hand of the Egyptians. 

11 Now I know that the Lord is 'greater 
than all gods: '"for in the thing wherein 
they dealt " proudly, he was above them. 

12 And Jethro, Moses' father-in-law, took 
a burnt-offering and sacrifices for God : and 
Aaron came, and all the elders of Israel to eat 
bread with Moses' father-in-law ° before God. 

13 IT And it came to pass on the morrow, 
that Moses sat to judge the people : and the 
people stood by Moses from the morning 
unto the evening. 

14 And when Moses' father-in-law saw 
all that he did to the people, he said. What 
is this thing that thou doest to the people ? 
Why sittest thou thyself alone, and all the 
people stand by thee from morning unto 
even ? 

15 And Moses said unto his father-in-law, 
Because Pthe people come unto me to in- 
quire of God : 

16 When they have i a matter, they come 
unto me, and t judge between t one and 
another, and I do '^make them know the 
statutes of God, and his laws. 

17 And Moses' father-in-law said unto 
him, The thing that thou doest is not good. 

18 t Thou wilt surely wear away, both 
thou, and this people that is with thee : 
for this thing is too heavy for thee ; ^ thou 
art not able to perform it thyself alone. 

19 Hearken now unto my voice, I will 
give thee counsel, and *God shall be with 
thee : Be thou "for the people to God-ward, 



CHAP. XIX. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1491. 


1491. 




X Numb. 27. 




5. 




y Deut. 4. 1, 




5.&.5.1.&6. 




1,2.&7.11. 


fch.3.1,12. 


z Ps. 143. 8. 
a Deut. 1.18. 




b ver. 25. 




Deut. 1. 1.5, 




16. & 16. 18. 




2Cliron. 19. 




.5,-10. 


g Gen. 14. 


Acts 6. 3. 


17. & IS. 2. 


c Gen. 42. 


& 19. 1. 


18. 


1 Kings 2. 


2 Sam. 23. 3. 


I'J- 


2 Chron. 19. 


h Gen. 29. 


9. 


13. & 33. 4. 


d Ezek. 18. 


t Heb. pence. 
Gen. 43. 27. 


8. 


e Deut. 16. 


2 Sam. 11.7. 


19. 




fver. 26. 




g ver. 26. 
Lev. 24. 11. 






Numb. 15. 




33. & 27. 2. 




& 36. 1. 


t Heb. 
found them. 
Gen. 44. 34. 


Deut. 1. 17. 

& 17. 8. 

h Numb. 11. 


Numb. 20. 


17. 


14. 




i Ps. 78. 42. 




& 81. 7. & 




106. 10. & 


i ver. 18. 


107. 2. 






k Gen. 18. 




33. & 30. 25. 


k Gen. 14. 
20 


ch. 16. 29. 
2 Sam. 19. 


2 Sam. 18. 


39. 


28. 




Luke 1. 68. 


1 Deut. 1.15. 




Acts 6. 5. 


1 2Chron. 




2. 5. 




Ps. 95. 3. & 
97. 9. & 135. 


m ver. 22. 


5. 




ra ch. 1. 10, 


n Job 29. 16. 


16, 22. & 5. 




2, 7. &. 14. 




8,18. 




n 1 Sam. 2. 
3. 

Neh. 9. 10, 






16. 29. 




Job. 40. 11, 




12. 

Ps. 31. 23. 

& 119. 21. 


o Numb. 10. 
29, 30. 


Luke 1.51. 




o Deut. 12. 




7. 




1 Chron. 29. 




22. 




1 Cor. 10. 




18, 21, 31. 






1491. 




a Numb. 33. 




15. 


p Lev. 24. 

12. 


b ch. 17. 1, 

8. 


Numb. 15. 


c ch. 3. 1, 


34. 


12. 


q ch. 23. 7. 
& 24. 14. 
Deut. 17. 8. 
2 Sam. 1.5. 3. 
Job 31. 13. 


d ch. 20. 21. 
Acts 7. 38. 
e ch.3. 4. 
f Deut. 29. 2. 
g Deut. 32. 
11. 

Isai. 63. 9. 
Rev. 12. 14. 
h Deut. .5. 2. 
i Deut. 4. 
20. & 7. 6. 
& 14.2, 21. 
& 26. 18. & 
32. 8, 9. 
1 Kings 8. 

Ps. 135. 4. 
Cant. 8. 12. 
Isai. 41. 8. 


Acts 18. 1.5. 
1 Cor. 6. 1. 
t Heb. a 
man and his 
fellow. 
r Lev. 24. 15. 
Numb. 15. 
35. & 27. 6, 
&c. &. 30. 6, 
7, 8, 9. 


t Hob. 
Fading thou 
wilt fade. 


s Numb. 11. 


& 43. 1. 


14, 17. 


Jer. 10. 16. 


Deut. 1. 9, 


Mai. 3. 17. 


12. 


Tit. 2. 14. 




k ch. 9. 29. 




Deut. 10. 14. 




.lob 41.11. 


t ch. 3 12. 


Ps. 24. 1. & 


u ch. 4. 16. 


,50. 12. 


& 20. 19. 


1 Cor. 10. 


Deut. 5. 5. 


26, 28. 



Jethro's counsel accepted. 

that thou mayest * bring the causes unto 
God: 

20 And thou shalt y teach them ordinances 
and laws, and shalt shew them ^the way 
wherein they must walk, and "^the work 
that they must do. 

21 Moreover, thou shalt provide out of all 
the people, ''able men, such as ^fear God, 
•^men of truth, ^hating covetousness ; and 
place such over them to ftc rulers of thou- 
sands, and rulers of hundr^.ds, rulers of fifties, 
and rulers of tens : 

22 And let them judge the people ^at all 
seasons: ^ and it shall be, that eyerj great 
matter they shall bring unto thee, but every 
small matter they shall judge : so shall it be 
easier for thyself, and ''they shall bear the 
burden with thee. 

23 If thou shalt do this thing, and God 
command thee so, then thou shalt be ' able 
to endure, and all this people shall also go 
to ''their place in peace, 

24 So Moses hearkened to the voice of his 
father-in-law, and did all that he had said. 

25 And 'Moses chose able men out of all 
Israel, and made them heads over the people, 
rulers of thousands, rulers of hundreds, 
rulers of fifties, and rulers of tens. 

26 And they ""judged the people at all 
seasons : the " hard causes they brought unto 
Moses, but every small matter they judged 
themselves. 

27 II And Moses let his father-in-law de- 
part: and °he went his way into his own land. 

CHAP. XIX. 

The people come to Sinai. 3 God's message by Moses 
unto the people out of the mount. 8 The people's an- 
swer returned again. 10 The people are prepared 
against the third day. 12 The mountain must not be 
touched. 16 The fearful presence of God upon the 
7nount. 

IN the third month, when the children 
of Israel were gone forth out of the land 
of Egypt, the same day ''^came they into the 
wilderness of Sinai. 

2 For they were departed from ^ Rephi- 
dim, and were come to the desert of Sinai, 
and had pitched in the wilderness ; and there 
Israel camped before "the mount. 

3 And ^ Moses went up unto God, and 
the Lord ^called unto him out of the moun- 
tain, saying. Thus shalt thou say to the house 
of Jacob, and tell the children of Israel ; 

4 ^Ye have seen what I did unto the 
Egyptians, and hoio ?I bare you on eagles' 
wings, and brought you unto myself. 

5 Now ''therefore, if ye will obey my voice 
indeed, and keep my covenant, then 'ye shall 
be a pecuhar treasure unto me above all 
people : for ''all the earth is mine : 

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i 



God's fearful presence upon the mount, 

6 And ye shall be unto me a 'kingdom 
of priests, and an "'holy nation. These are 
the words which thou shalt speak unto the 
children of Israel. 

7 H And Moses came and called for the 
elders of the people, and laid before their 
fjices all these words which the Lord com- 
manded him. 

8 And "all the people answered together, 
and said. All that the Lord hath spoken we 
will do. And Moses returned the words of 
the people unto the Lord. 

9 And the Lord said unto Moses, Lo, I 
come unto thee °in a thick cloud, Pthat 
the people may hear when I speak with thee, 
and 1 believe thee for ever. And Moses told 
the words of the people unto the Lord, 

10 H And the Lord said unto Moses, Go 
unto the people, and ■■ sanctify them to-day and 
to-morrow, and let them ^wash their clothes, 

1 1 And be ready against the third day : 
for the third day the Lord ^will come down 
in the sight of all the people upon mount 
Sinai. 

12 And thou shalt set bounds unto the 
people round about, saying. Take heed to 
yourselves, that ye go not up into the mount, 
or touch the border of it : " whosoever toucheth 
the mount shall be surely put to death : 

13 There shall not a hand touch it, but 
he shall surely be stoned or shot through : 
whether it be beast or man, it shall not live : 
when the || "" trumpet soundeth long, they 
shall come up to the mount. 

14 H And Moses went down from the 
mount unto the people, and y sanctified the 
people ; and they washed their clothes. 

15 And he said unto the people, ^Be 
ready against the third day : "" come not at 
your wives. 

16 H And it came to pass on the third day 
in the morning, that there were ^ thunders 
and lightnings, and a <= thick cloud upon the 
mount, and the ''voice of the trumpet exceed- 
ing loud ; so that all the people that was in 
the camp ^trembled. 

17 And f Moses brought forth the people 
out of the camp to meet with God ; and they 
stood at the nether part of the mount. 

18 And "mount Sinai was altogether on 
a smoke, because the Lord descended upon 
it ''in fire: 'and the smoke thereof ascended 
as the smoke of a furnace, and i^ the whole 
mount quaked greatly. 

19 And 'when the voice of the trumpet 
sounded long, and waxed louder and louder, 
•"Moses spake, and "God answered him by 
a voice. 

20 And the Lord came down upon mount 
Sinai, on the top of the mount : and the 



EXODUS. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1491. 


1491. 


1 Dout. 33. 




2, 3, 4. 




1 Put. 2. 5, 




(1 


t Heb. 


Rev. 1. 6. & 


contest. 


.'-.. 10. & 20. 

G. 

m Lev. 20. 

24, 20. 


o See 


eh. 3. 5. 
1 Sam. 6. 19. 


Dent. 7. 6. 




& 2fi. 19. & 




28.9. 




Isiii. 62. 12. 
1 Cur. 3. 17. 


p Lev. 10.3. 


1 Tliess. 5. 




27. 


q 2 Sam. 6. 
7.8. 


n cli. 24. 3, 


7. 




Dent. .">. 27. 




& 26. 17. 






r ver. 12. 




Josh. 3. 4. 


o ver. 16. 




oh. 20. 21. & 




24. 15, 16. 




Dciit. 4. 11. 




Ps. 18. 11, 




12. & 97. 2. 




Matt. 17. r>. 




p Deut. 4. 




12, 36. 




.lolin 12. 29, 




30. 




<] eh. 14. 31. 




r Lev. 11. 




44, 4.'i. 




Ilebr. 10.22. 




s ver. 14. 




Gen. 35. 2. 




Lev. 15. 5. 




t ver. 16,18. 




eh. 34. .5. 




Deut. 33. 2. 






a Deut. 5. 22. 


u Ilebr. 12. 


b Lev. 26.1, 


20. 


13. 




Deut. 5. 6. 




Ps. 81. 10. 




Hos. 13. 4. 




c ob. 13. 3. 




t Heb. 




servants. 




d Deut. 5. 7. 




& fi. 14. 




2 Kings 17. 




3.5. 


II Ot.cornn. 


•ler. 25. 6. 


X ver. 16, 19. 


& 35. 1.5. 




e Lev. 26. 1. 




Deut. 4. 16. 




& 5. 8. &, 




27. 15. 




Ps. 97. 7. 


y ver. 10. 






f ch. 23. 24. 




Josh. 23. 7. 


z ver. 11. 


2 Kings 17. 

35. 

Isai. 44. 15, 


a 1 Sam. 21. 


4 5 


19. 


Zech. 7. 3. 


g ch. 34. 14. 
Deut. 4. 24. 


1 Cor. 7. 5. 




& 6. 15. 




.Tosh. 24. 19. 




Nah. 1. 2. 


b Ps.77.18. 


h cb. 34. 7. 


Hebr. 12. 18, 


Lev. 20. 5. 


19. 


& 26. 39, 40. 


Rev. 4. 5.& 


Numb. 14. 


8. 5. & 11. 


18, 33. 
livings 2L 


19. 


e ver. 9. 


29. 


oh. 40. 34. 


Job 5. 4. 


2 Chron. 5. 


& 21. 19. 


14. 


Ps. 79. 8. 


d Rev. 1. 10. 


& 109. 4. 


& 4. 1. 


I.-^ai. 14. 20. 
21. &. 65. 6, 


e Hebr. 12. 


21. 


7. 


f Deut. 4. 


Jer. 2. 9. 


10. 


& 32. 18. 




i ch. 34. 7. 




Deut. 7. 9. 




Ps. 89. 34. 


ff Deut 4. 


Rom. 11.28. 


11. & 33. 2. 


k ch. 23. 1. 


.ludff. .5. .5. 


Lev. 19. 12. 


Ps. 68. 7, 8. 


Dent. 5. 11. 


Isai. 6. 4. 


Ps. 15. 4. 


Hab. 3. 3. 


Matt. 5. 33. 


h oh. 3. 2. & 


Mic. 6. 11. 


24. 17. 


m ch. 31. 


2 Chron. 7. 


13, 14. 


1, 2, 3. 


Lev. 19. 3, 


i Gen. 15. 


30. & 26. 2. 


17. 


Deut. 5. 12. 


Ps. 144. 5. 


n ch. 23. 12. 


Rev. 1.5. 8. 


& 31. 15. & 


k Ps. 68. 8. 


34. 21. 


& 77. 18. & 


Lev. 23. 3. 


114 7. 


Ezek. 20. 12. 


.ler. 4. 24. 


Luke 13. 14. 


Hebr. 12.26. 


o Gen. 2. 2, 


1 ver. 13. 


3. 


m Hebr. 12. 


oh. 10.26.& 


21. 


31. 1.5. 


n Neh.9.13. 


p Neh. 1.3. 


Ps. 81. 7. 


16, 17, 18, 




19 



The ten comma?idments. 

Lord called Moses up to the top of the 
mount ; and Moses went up. 

21 And the Lord said unto Moses, Go 
down, t charge the people, lest they break 
through unto the Lord ° to gaze, and many 
of them perish. 

22 And let the priests also which come 
near to the Lord, p sanctify themselves, lest 
the Lord ^i break forth upon them. 

23 And Moses said unto the Lord, The 
people cannot come up to mount Sinai : for 
thou chargedst us, saying, •" Set bounds about 
the mount, and sanctify it. 

24 And the Lord said unto him. Away, 
get thee down, and thou shalt come up, 
thou, and Aaron with thee : but let not 
the pHests and the people break through, 
to come up unto the Lord, lest he break 
forth upon them. 

25 So Moses went down unto the people, 
and spake unto them. 

CHAP. XX. 

1 The ten covimandments. 18 The people are afraid. 
20 Moses comforteth them. 22 Idolatry is forbidden. 
24 Of what sort the altar should be. 

AND God spake ^all these words, saying, 
2 ''I am the Lord thy God, which 
have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, 
''out of the house of f bondage. 

3 '' Thou shalt have no other gods before 
me. 

4 ''Thou shalt not make unto thee any 
graven image, or any likeness of any thing 
that is in heaven above, or that is in the 
earth beneath, or that is in the water under 
the earth : 

5 'Thou shalt not bow down thyself to 
them, nor serve them : for I the Lord thy 
God am § a jealous God, '' visiting the ini- 
quity of the fathers upon the children unto 
the third and fourth generation of them that 
hate me ; 

6 And 'shewing mercy unto thousands 
of them that love me, and keep my com- 
mandments. 

7 ^ Thou shalt not take the name of the 
Lord thy God in vain: for the Lord 'will 
not hold him guiltless that taketh his name 
in vain. 

8 ""Remember the sabbath-day to keep 
it holy. 

9 " Six days shalt thou labour, and do all 
thy work : 

10 But the "seventh day is the sabbath of 
the Lord thy God: in it thou shalt not 
do any work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy 
daughter, thy man-servant, nor thy maid- 
servant, nor thy cattle, Pnor thy stranger 
that is within thy gates : 

70 



A 



Idolatry is forbidden. 

1 1 For '1 in six days the Lord made hea- 
ven and earth, the sea and all that in them 
t5, and rested the seventh day: wherefore 
the Lord blessed the sabbath-day, and hal- 
lowed it. 

12 IT "^ Honour thy father and thy mo- 
ther; that thy days may be long upon the 
land which the Lord thy God giveth thee. 

13 «Thoushalt not kill. 

] 4 * Thou shalt not commit adultery. 

15 "Thou shalt not steal. 

16 ^Thou shalt not bear false witness 
against thy neighbour. 

17 * Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's 
house, ythou shalt not covet thy neighbour's 
wife, nor his man-servant, nor his maid-ser- 
vant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing 
that is thy neighbour's. 

18 1[And ^all the people ^saw the thun- 
derings, and the lightnings, and the noise 
of the trumpet, and the mountain ^smoking : 
and when the people saw it^ they removed, 
and stood afar off. 

19 And they said unto Moses, •= Speak 
thou with us, and we will hear: but "^let 
not God speak with us, lest we die. 

20 And Moses said unto the people, ^Fear 
not: ^for God is come to prove you, and 
^ that his fear may be before your faces, that 
ye sin not. 

21 And the people stood afar off, and 
Moses drew near unto ^the thick darkness 
where God was. 

22 IT And the Lord said unto Moses, 
Thus thou shalt say unto the children of 
Israel; Ye have seen that I have talked with 
you 'from heaven. 

23 Ye shall not make ''with me gods of 
silver, neither shall ye make unto you gods 
of gold. 

24 HAn altar of earth thou shalt make 
unto me, and shalt sacrifice thereon thy 
burnt-offerings, and thy peace-offerings, Hhy 
sheep, and thine oxen : in all '"places where 
I record my name I will come unto thee, 
and I will "bless thee. 

25 And °if thou wilt make me an altar 
of stone, thou shalt not f build it of hewn 
stone, for if thou lift up thy tool upon it, 
thou hast polluted it. 

26 Neither shalt thou go up by steps 
unto mine altar, that thy nakedness be not 
discovered thereon. 

CHAP. XXL 



CHAP. XXI 



Laws for men-servants. 5 For the servant whose ear 
is bored. 7 For women-servants. 12 For manslaugh- 
ter. 16 For stealers of men. 17 For cursers of 
parents. 18 For smiters. 22 For a hurt by chance. 
28 For an ox that goreth. 33 For him that is an 
occasion of ^ ~"^ 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

q Gen. 2. 2. 



r cli. 23. 26. 
Lev. m. 3. 
Dent. 5. 16. 
.Ter. 3.5. 7, 

18, 19. 
Malt. 1.1. 4. 
& 19. 19. 
Mark 7. 10. 
& 10. 19. 
Luke IH. 20. 
Ephes. 6. 2. 
s Dent. .5.17. 
Matt. 5. 21. 
Rom. 13. 9. 

t Deut. 5.18. 
Miitt. 5. 27. 
u Lev. 19. 
11. 

Deut. .5. 19. 
Matt. 19. 18. 
Rom. 13. 9. 
1 Thess.4.6. 
w ch. 23. 1. 
Deut. 5. 20. 
& 19. 16. 
Matt. 19. 18. 
X Deut. 5. 21. 
Mic. 2. 2. 
Hal). 2. 9. 
Luke 12. 15. 
Acts 20. 33. 
Horn. 7. 7. 
& 13. 9. 
Kpli. .5. 3, 5. 
Hebr. 13. 5. 
y Job 31. 9. 
Prov. 6. 29. 
.Ter. 5. 8. 
Matt. 5. 28. 
7, Hebr. 12. 
18. 

a Rev. 1. 10, 
12. 

b ch. 19. 18. 
c Deut. .5. 27. 
& 18. 16. 
Oal. 3. 19, 
20. 

Hebr. 12. 19. 
d Deut. 5. 2.5. 
e 1 Sam. 12. 
20. 

Isai. 41. 10, 
1.3. 

f Gen. 22. 1. 
Deut. 13. 3. 
g Deut. 4. 10. 
& 6. 2. & 10. 
12. & 17. 13, 

19. & 19. 20. 
& 28. .58. 
Prov. 3. 7. 
& 16. 6. 
Isai. 8. 13. 

h ch. 19. 16. 
Deut. 5. 5. 
1 Kings 8. 
12. 



i Deut. 4. 36. 
Nell. 9. 13. 
k ch. 32. 1, 
2,4. 

1 Sam. 5. 4, 
.5. 

2 Kings 17. 
33. 

Ezek. 20. 39. 

& 43. 8. 

Dan. 5. 4, 

23. 

Zeph 1. 5. 

2 Cor. 6. 14, 

15, 16. 

1 Lev. 1. 2. 

m Detit. 12. 
.5, 11,21. & 
14.23. & 16. 
6, 11. & 26. 
o_ 

T'Kines a 
43. & 9. 3. 

2 Chron. fi. 
6. & 7. 16. 
& 12. 13. 
Ezra 6. 12. 
Neh. 1. 9. 
Ps. 74. 7. 
.Irr. 7. 10, 
12. 

n Gen. 12.2. 
Deut. 7. 13. 
o Deut. 27. 5. 
Josh. 8. 31. 

t Hcb. 
build them 
with hewing. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

a ch. 24. 3, 
4. 

Deut. 4. 14. 
&6. 1. 
b Lev. 25. 
39,40, 41. 
Deut. 15. 12. 
Jer. 34. 14. 
t Heb. with 
his body. 



c Deut. 15. 
16, 17. 
t Heb. 
saying shall 
say. 



d ch. 12. 12. 
& 22. 8, 28. 



e Ps. 40. 6. 

f Neh. 5. .5. 
g ver. 2, 3. 



t Heb. 

be evil in the 

eyes of, S,-c. 



hi Cor. 7. 5. 



i Gen. 9. 6. 
Lev. 24. 17. 
Numb. 35. 
30, 31. 
Matt. 26. .52. 
k Numb. 35. 
22. 

D'euL 19. 4, 
5. 

1 1 Sam. 24. 
4, 10, 18. 

in Numb. 35. 

11. 

Deut. 19. 3. 

Josh. 20. 2. 

n Numb. 15. 

30. & 35. 20. 

Deut. 19.11, 

12. 

Hebr. 10. 26. 

o 1 Kings 2. 

28,-34. 

2 kings 11. 
15. 

I> Deut 24. 

q Gen. 37. 

28. 

r ch. 22. 4. 



s Lev. 20. 9. 
Prov. 20. 20. 
Matt. 15. 4. 
Mark 7. 10. 
II Or. 
revilcth. 

II Or, his 
neighbour. 



t 2 Sam. 3. 
29. 



t Heb. 

his ceasing. 



/ 



Divers laws and ordinances. 

"TVT OW these are the judgments which 
J-^ thou shalt ^ set before them. 

2 "^ If thou buy an Hebrew servant, six 
years he shall serve : and in the seventh he 
shall go out free for nothing. 

3 If he came in t by himself, he shall go 
out by himself: if he were married, then 
his wife shall go out with him. 

4 If his master have given him a wife, 
and she have borne him sons or daughters, 
the wife and her children shall be her mas- 
ter's, and he shall go out by himself. 

5 '^And if the servant t shall plainly say, 
I love my master, my wife, and my children ; 
I will not go out free : 

6 Then his master shall bring him unto 
the '^ judges : he shall also bring him to the 
door, or unto the door-post ; and his master 
shall *=bore his ear through with an awl; 
and he shall serve him for ever. 

7 ^ And if a man ^sell his daughter to 
be a maid-servant, she shall not go out &as 
the men-servants do. 

8 If she t please not her master, who 
hath betrothed her to himself, then shall 
he let her be redeemed : to sell her unto a 
strange nation he shall have no power, seeing 
he hath dealt deceitfully with her. 

9 And if he have betrothed her unto his 
son, he shall deal with her after the man- 
ner of daughters. 

10 If he take him another wife ; her food, 
her raiment, ''and her duty of marriage 
shall he not diminish. 

1 1 And if he do not these three unto her, 
then shall she go out free without money. 

12 H'He that smiteth a man, so that he 
die, shall be surely put to death. 

13 And ''if a man lie not in wait, but God 
'deliver him into his hand; then '"I will ap- 
point thee a place whither he shall flee. 

14 But if a man come "presumptuously 
upon his neighbour, to slay him with guile ; 
"thou shalt take him from mine altar, that 
he may die. 

15 IF And he that smiteth his father, or 
his mother, shall be surely put to death. 

16 II And Phe that stealeth a man, and 
^selleth him, or if he be "■ found in his hand, 
he shall surely be put to death. 

17 IF And ^he that || curseth his father or 
his mother, shall surely be put to death. 

18 IF And if men strive together, and one 
smite II another with a stone, or with his 
fist, and he die not, but keepeth his bed: 

19 If he rise again, and walk abroad * up- 
on his staff, then shall he that smote him 
be quit: only he shall pay ybr fthe loss of 
his time, and shall cause him to be thorough- 
ly healed. 

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/ 



Si'^-' 



Divers laws 

20 •[And if a man smite his servant, or 
his maid, with a rod, and he die under his 
hand ; he shall be surely t punished. 

21 Notwithstanding, if he continue a day 
or two, he shall not be punished: for "he 
is his money. 

22 IF If men strive, and hurt a woman 
with child, so that her fruit depart from 
her, and yet no mischief follow : he shall 
be surely punished, according as the wo- 
man's husband will lay upon him ; and he 
shall ""pay as the judges determine. 

23 And if a7iy mischief follow, then thou 
shalt give life for life, 

24 yEye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand 
for hand, foot for foot, 

25 Burning for burning, wound for wound, 
stripe for stripe. 

26 H And if a man smite the eye of his 
servant, or the eye of his maid, that it 
perish ; he shall let him go free for his 
eye's sake. 

27 And if he smite out his man-servant's 
tooth, or his maid-servant's tooth ; he shall 
let him go free for his tooth's sake. 

28 H If an ox gore a man or a wo- 
man, that they die : then Hhe ox shall be 
surely stoned, and his flesh shall not be 
eaten ; but the owner of the ox shall he 
quit. 

29 But if the ox were wont to push with 
his horn in time past, and it hath been tes- 
tified to his owner, and he hath not kept 
him in, but that he hath killed a man or 
a woman ; the ox shall be stoned, and his 
owner also shall be put to death. 

30 If there be laid on him a sum of mo- 
ney, then he shall give for '^the ransom of his 
life whatsoever is laid upon him. 

31 Whether he have gored a son, or have 
gored a daughter, according to this judg- 
ment shall it be done unto him. 

32 If the ox shall push a man-servant, or a 
maid-servant ; he shall give unto their mas- 
ter ^thirty shekels of silver, and the "^ox 
shall be stoned. 

33 H And if a man shall open a pit, or if 
a man shall dig a pit, and not cover it, and 
an ox or an ass fall therein ; 

34 The owner of the pit shall make it 
good, and give money unto the owner of 
them ; and the dead heast shall be his. 

35 If And if one man's ox hurt another's 
that he die, then they shall sell the live ox, 
and divide the money of it, and the dead 
ox also they shall divide. 

36 Or if it be known that the ox hath 
used to push in time past, and his owner 
hath not kept him in ; he shall surely pay 
ox for ox, and the dead shall bp his own. 



EXODUS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

t Heb. 

avenged. 

Gen. 4. 15, 

24. 

Horn. 13. 4. 

u Lev. 25. 

45, 46. 



X ver. 30. 
Deut. 22. 18. 
19. 



y Lev. 24. 
20. 

Deut. 19.21. 
Matt. 5. 38. 



2 Gen. 9. 5. 



a ver. 22. 
Numb. 35. 
31. 



b See 

Zech. 11. 12, 
13. 

Malt. 2fi. 15. 
Phil. 2. 7. 
c ver. 28. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



Or. goat. 



a 2 Sam. 12. 

6. 

Luke 19. 8. 

See Prov. 6. 

31. 

b Matt. 24. 

43. 

c Numb. 35. 

27. 



d ch.2]. 2. 
e ch. 21. 10. 



f See ver. 1, 

7. 

Prov. 6. 31. 



g ver. 4. 



hch. 21.6. 
& ver. 28. 



i Pent. 2.5. 1. 
2 Chron. 19. 
10. 



k Hebr. 6. 
16. 



I Gen. 31. 39. 



and ordinances. 
CHAP. XXII. 

1 Of theft. 5 Of damage. 7 Of trespasses. 14 Of 
borrowing. 16 Of fornication. 18 Of witchcraft. 
19 Of bestiality. 20 Of idolatry. 21 Of strangers, 
widows, and fatherless. 25 Of usury. 2^ Of pledges. 
28 Of reverence to magistrates. 29 Of the first-fruits. 

IF a man shall steal an ox, or a || sheep, 
and kill it, or sell it ; he shall restore 
five oxen for an ox, and ''four sheep for a 
sheep. 

2 IT If a thief be found ^breaking up, and be 
smitten that he die, there shall *= no blood he 
shed for him. 

3 If the sun be risen upon him there shall 
he blood shed for him : for he should make 
full restitution ; if he have nothing, then 
he shall be "^sold for his theft. 

4 If the theft be certainly ® found in his 
hand alive, whether it be ox, or ass, or 
sheep ; he shall ^restore double. 

5 H If a man shall cause a field or vine- 
yard to be eaten, and shall put in his beast, 
and shall feed in another man's field : of the 
best of his own field, and of the best of his 
own vineyard shall he make restitution. 

6 IT If fire break out, and catch in thorns, 
so that the stacks of corn, or the standing 
corn, or the field be consumed therewith ; 
he that kindled the fire shall surely make 
restitution. 

7 1[ If a man shall deliver unto his neigh- 
bour money or stuff to keep, and it be 
stolen out of the man's house ; & if the thief 
be found, let him pay double. 

8 If the thief be not found, then the 
master of the house shall be brought unto 
the ^'judges, to see whether he have put his 
hand unto his neighbour's goods. 

9 For all manner of trespass, whether it he 
for ox, for ass, for sheep, for raiment, or for 
any manner of lost thing which another 
challengeth to be his : the 'cause of both 
parties shall come before the judges; and 
whom the judges shall condemn, he shall 
pay double unto his neighbour. 

10 If a man deliver unto his neighbour 
an ass, or an ox, or a sheep, or any beast 
to keep ; and it die, or be hurt, or driven 
away, no man seeing it : 

11 Then shall an ^oath of the Lord be 
between them both, that he hath not put 
his hand unto his neighbour's goods ; and 
the owner of it shall accept thereof and he 
shall not make it good. 

12 And 4f it be stolen from him, he shall 
make restitution unto the owner thereof. 

13 If it be torn in pieces; then let him 
bring it for witness, and he shall not make 
good that which was torn. 

14 II And if a man borrow aught of his 

72 



Divers laws 

neighbour, and it be hurt, or die, the owner 
thereof being not with it, he shall surely 
make it good. 

15 But if the owner thereof he with it, he 
sliall not make it good: ifit Jeanhired thing, 
it came for his hire. 

-J6 H And " if a man entice a maid that is 
not betrothed, and lie with her, he shall surely 
endow her to be his wife. 

17 If her father utterly refuse to give her 
unto him, he shall f pay money according to 
the " dowry of virgins. 

18 IF ° Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live. 
— J. 9 IF p Whosoever lieth with a beast shall 

surely be put to death. 

20 IF iHe that sacrificeth unto any god, 
save unto the Lord only, he shall be ut- 
terly destroyed. 

21 IF 'Thou shalt neither vex a stranger, 
nor oppress him : for ye were strangers in 
the land of Egypt, 

22 IF^Ye shall not afflict any widow, or 
fatherless child. 

23 If thou afflict them in any wise, and 
they *cry at all unto me, I will surely "hear 
their cry ; 

24 And my ^ wrath shall wax hot, and I 
will kill you with the sword ; and yyour 
wives shall be widows, and your children 
fatherless. 

25 IF "^ If thou lend money to any of my 
people that is poor by thee, thou shalt not 
be to him as an usurer, neither shalt thou lay 
upon him usury, 

26 ' If thou at all take thy neighbour's 
raiment to pledge, thou shalt deliver it unto 
him by that the sun goeth down : 

27 For that is his covering only, it is his 
raiment for his skin : wherein shall he sleep ? 
and it shall come to pass, when he ^ crieth 
unto me, that I will hear; for I am <= gracious. 

28 TF '^ Thou shalt not revile the || gods, 
nor curse the ruler of thy people. 

29 IF Thou shalt not delay to offer t ^ the 
first of thy ripe fruits, and of thy t liquors : 
'"the first-born of thy sons shalt thou give 
unto me. 

30 ^ Likewise shalt thou do with thine 
oxen, and with thy sheep: ** seven days it 
shall be with his dam ; on the eighth day 
thou shalt give it me. 

31 IF And ye shall be 'holy men unto me : 
^ neither shall ye eat any flesh that is torn of 
beasts in the field ; ye shall cast it to the 
dogs. 

CHAP. xxm. 

1 Of slander a7id false witness. 3,6 Of justice. 4= Of 
charitableness. 10 Of the year of rest. 12 Of the 
sabbath. 13 Of idolatry. lA Of the three feasts. 18 
Of the blood and the fat of the sacrifice. 20 An Angel 
is promised,with a blessing, if they obey him. 

K 



CHAP. xxm. 



and nrdhumces. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



m Deut. 22. 

28, 29. 



t Feb. 
weigh. 
Gen. 23. 16. 
n Gen. 34. 
12. 

Deut. 22.29. 
1 Sam. 18. 
25. 

Lev. 19. 
26, 31. & 
20. 27. 
Deut. 18. 
10, 11. 

1 Sam. 28. 
3 9 

p'Lev. 18. 
23. & 20. 15. 
q Numb. 25. 
2, 7, 8. 
Deut. 13. 1, 
2, 5, 6, 9, 13, 
14, 15. & 17. 
2, 3, 5. 



r ch. 23. 9. 
Lev. 19. 33. 
& 25. 35. 
Deut. 10. 19. 
Jer. 7. 6. 
Zech. 7. 10. 
Mai. 3. 5. 
s Deut. 10. 
18. & 24. 
17. &. 27. 19. 
Ps. 94. 6. 
Isai. 1. 17. 

23. & 10. 2. 
Ezek. 22.7. 
Zech. 7. 10. 
Jamea 1.27. 
t Deut. 15. 
9. & 24. 15. 
Job 35. 9. 
Luke 18. 7. 
u ver. 23. 
.Job 34. 28. 
Ps. 18. 6. 
& 145. 19. 
James 5. 4. 
X Job 31 23. 
Ps. 69. 24. 

y Ps. 109.9. 
Lam. ,5. 3. 
z Lev. 2.5. 
35, 36, 37. 
Deut. 23. 19, 
20. 

Nefi. 5. 7. 
Ps. 15. 5. 
Ezek. 18. 
8, 17. 

a Deut. 24. 
0, 10, 13, 17. 
Job 22. 6. & 

24. 3, 9. 
Prov. 20. 16. 
& 22. 27. 
Ezek. 18. 7, 
16. 

Amos 2. 8. 

b ver. 23. 

r. ch. 34. 6. 

2 Chron. 30. 

9. 

Ps. 86. 15. 

d Eccles.lO. 

20. 

Acts 23. 5. 

Jude 8. 

il Or, judges. 

ver. 8, 9. 

Ps. 82. 6. 

t Heb. 

thy fulness. 

e ch. 23. 16, 

19. 

Prov. 3. 9. 

t Heb. trar. 

f ch. 13. 2, 

12. & 34. 19. 

g Deut. 15. 

19. 

h Lev. 22. 

27. 



i ch. 19. 6. 
Lev. 19. 2. 
Deut. 14.21. 
k Lev. 22. 8. 
Ezek. 4. 14. 
& 44. 31. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



THOU ^ shalt not || raise a false report : 
put not thine hand with the wicked to 
be an ^unrighteous witness. 

2 II "Thou shalt not follow a multitude to do 
evil ; '^ neither shalt thou t speak in a cause 
to decline after many to wrest judgment : 

3 UNeither shalt thou countenance a poor 
man in his cause. 

4 IF "^ If thou meet thine enemy's ox or his 
ass going astray, thou shalt surely bring it 
back to him again. 

5 ^If thou see the ass of him that hateth 
thee lying under his burden, || and wouldest 
forbear to help him, thou shalt surely help 
with him. 

6 ^ Thou shalt not wrest the judgment 
of thy poor in his cause. 

7 ^Keep thee far from a false matter; 
'and the innocent and righteous slay thou 
not : for "^I will not justify the wicked. 

8 IF And 'thou shalt take no gift ; for the 
gift blindeth fthe wise, and perverteth the 
words of the righteous. 

9 l"Also "^ thou shalt not oppress a stranger : 
for ye know the t heart of a stranger, seeing 
ye were strangers in the land of Egypt. 

10 And ° six years thou shalt sow thy 
land, and shalt gather in the fruits thereof: 

1 1 But the seventh year thou shalt let it 
rest and lie still ; that the poor of thy peo- 
ple may eat : and what they leave the beasts 
of the field shall eat. In like manner thou 
shalt deal with thy vineyard, and with thy 
II oliveyard, 

12 " Six days thou shalt do thy work, 
and on the seventh day thou shalt rest : that 
thine ox and thine ass may rest, and the son 
of thy handmaid, and the stranger, may be 
refreshed. 

13 And in all things that I have said 
unto you, Pbe circumspect: and imake no 
mention of the name of other gods, neither 
let it be heard out of thy mouth, i 

14 IF 'Three times thou shalt keep a feast 
unto me in the year. 

15 ^Thou shalt keep the feast of unlea- 
vened bread: (thou shalt eat unleavened 
bread seven days, as I commanded thee, in 
the time appointed of the month Abib ; for 
in it thou earnest out from Egypt: ^and none 
shall appear before me empty :) 

16 "And the feast of harvest, the first- 
fruits of thy labours, which thou hast sown 
in the field: and ■''the feast of ingathering, 
which is in the end of the year, when thou 
hast gathered in thy labours out of the field. 

17 y Three times in the year all thy males 
shall appear before the Lord God. 

Deut. 12. 3. Josh. 23. 7. Ps. 16. 4. Hos.2.17. Zech. 13.2. r ch. 34.23 Lev 2,3 4. Dcul.16.16 
8 ch. 12. 15. & 13. 6. & 34. 18. Lev. 23. 6. Deut. 16. 8. t ch. 34. C!0. Deut. 10. 10. 
uch 34.22. Lev. 23. 10. x Deut. 16. 13. ych.34.23. Deut. 16. 16. 

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a ver. 7. 
Lev. 19. 16. 
Ps. 15. 3. & 
101. 5. 
Prov. 10. 18. 
See 2 Sam. 
19. 27. with 

16. 3. 

\\Or, receive. 

I. ch. 20. 16. 
Deut. 19. IG, 

17, 18. 
Ps. 35. 11. 
Prov. 19. .5, 
9, 28. & 24. 

See 1 Kings 

21. 10, 13. 

Matt. 26.59, 

GO, 61. 

Acts 6. 11, 

13. 

c Gen. 7. 1. 

& 19. 4, 7. 

ch. 32. 1, 2. 

Josh. 24.15. 

1 Sam. 15. 9. 

1 Kings 19. 

10. 

Job 31. 34. 

Prov. 1. 10, 

II, 15. & 4. 
14. 

Matt. 27. 24, 
26. 

Mark 1,5. 1.5. 
Luke 23. 23. 
Acts 24.27. 
& 25. 9. 
d ver. 6, 7. 
Lev. 19. 15. 
Deut. 1. 17. 
Ps. 72. 2. 
t Heb. 
avswer. 
e Deut. 22.1. 
.lob 31. 29. 
Prov. 24. 17. 
& 25. 21. 
Matt. 5. 44. 
Rom. 12. 20. 

I Thess. 5. 
15. 

f Deut. 22. 4. 

II Or, wilt 
thou cease to 
help him ? 
or, and 
wouldest 
cease to 
leave thy 
business for 
him ; thou 
shalt surely 
leave it to 
join with 
him. 

g ver. 2. 
Deut. 27. 19. 
Job 31. 13, 
21. 

Eccles. 5. 8. 
I-sai. 10. 1,2. 
Jer. 5. 28. & 
7. 6. 

Amos 5. 12. 
Mai. .3. 5. 
Il ver. 1. 
Lev. 19 11. 
Luke 3.14. 
Eph. 4.25. 
i Deut. 27. 
25. 

Ps. 94. 21. 
Prov. 17.15, 
20. 

Jer. 7. 6. 
Malt. 27. 4. 
k ch. 34. 7. 
Rom. 1. 18. 
1 Deut. 16. 
19. 

1 Sam. 8. 3. 
& 12. 3. 

2 Chron. 19. 
7. 

Ps. 26. 10. 
Prov. 15. 27. 
& 17. 8, 23. 
& 29. 4. 
Isai. 1. 23. 
& 5. 23. & 
33. 15. 
Ezek. 22. 12. 
Amos 5. 12. 



Acts 24. 26. 
t Heb. the 
seeing. 
m ch.22.21. 
Deut. 10. 19. 
& 24. 14, 17. 
& 27. 19. 
Ps. 94. 6. 
Ezek. 22. 7. 
Mai. 3. 5. 
t Heb. soul. 
n Lev. 25. 
3, 4. 

II Or, olive- 
trees. 

ch. 20. 8, 
9. 

Deut. 5. 13. 
Luke 13. 14. 
p Deut. 4. 9. 
Josh. 22. 5. 
Ps. 39. 1. 
Eph. 5. 15. 

1 Tim. 4. 16. 
q Numb. 32. 
38. 



Dicers laws and ordinances. 

18 ^ Thou slialt not offer the blood of my 
sacrifice with leavened bread: neither shall 
the fat of my || sacrifice remain until the 
morning. 

19 ^ The first of the first-fruits of thy land 
thou shalt bring into tiie house of the Lord 
thy God. ''Thou shalt not seethe a kid in 
his mother's milk. 

20 H*^ Behold, I send an Angel before thee, 
to keep thee in the way, and to bring thee 
into the place which I have prepared. 

21 Beware of him, and obey his voice, 
''provoke him not ; for he will '^not pardon 
your transgressions : for ^my name is in him. 

22 But if thou shalt indeed obey his voice, 
and do all that I speak; then si will be an 
enemy unto thine enemies, and || an adver- 
sary unto thine adversaries. 

23 ''For mine Angel shall go before thee, 
and 'bring thee in unto the Amorites, and 
the Hittites, and the Perizzites, and the 
Canaanites, and the Hivites, and the Jebu- 
sites; and I will cut them off. 

24 Thou shalt not ''bow down to their 
gods, nor serve them, 'nor do after their 
works: ""but thou shalt utterly overthrow 
them, and quite break down their images. 

25 And ye shall "serve the Lord your 
God, and °lie shall bless thy bread, and thy 
water; and pI will take sickness away from 
the midst of thee. 

2611 ''There shall nothing cast their young, 
nor be barren, in thy land : the number of 
thy days I will '" fulfil. 

27 I will send ^my fear before thee, and 
will * destroy all the people to whom thou 
shalt come, and I will make all thine enemies 
turn their f backs unto thee, 
• 28 And "I will send hornets before thee, 
which shall drive out the Hivite, the Canaan- 
ite, and the Hittite from before thee. 

29 ^^I will not drive them out from before 
thee in one year ; lest the land become de- 
solate, and the beast of the field multiply 
against thee. 

30 By little and little I will drive them 
out from before thee, until thou be increased, 
and inherit the land. 

31 And -^I will set thy bounds from the 
Red sea even unto the sea of the Philistines, 
and from the desert unto the river : for I will 
y deliver the inhabitants of the land into your 
hand ; and thou shalt drive them out before 
thee. 

32 ^Thou shalt make no covenant with 
them, nor with their gods. 

33 They shall not dwell in thy land, lest 
they make thee sin against me : for if thou 
serve their gods, '^ it will surely be a snare 
unto thee. 



EXODUS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



7. ch. 12. 8. 
& 34. '-'5. 
I,ev. 2. 11. 
Dent. 16. 4. 
II Or, feast. 
a ch. 2-2. 29. 
& 34. 26. 
1.CV. 23. 10, 
17. 
Numb. 18. 

12. 13. 
I)eut.26. 10. 
Neh. 10. 3.5. 
b ch. 34. 26. 
Deut. 14.21. 
c ch. 14. 19. 
& 32. 34. &. 
33. 2, 14. 
Numb. 20. 
16. 

.)osh. .'5. 13. 

& 6. 2. 

Ps. 91. 11. 

Isai. 63. 9. 

<i Numb. 

14. H. 

Ps. 78. 40.. 56. 

Kph. 4. 3(1. 

Hebr.3. 10, 

16. 

e ch. 32. 34. 

Numb. 14. 

35. 

Deut. 1H. 19. 

.losh. 24. 19. 

.ler. 5. 7. 

Hrbr. 3. 11. 

I John 5. 16. 
f Isai. 9. 6. 
.Tor. 23. 6. 
.lohn 10. 30, 
38. 

a Gen. 19.3. 
Deut. 30. 7. 
.ler. 30. 20. 

II Or, riPill 
nfiict them 
that affiict 
thee. 

h ver. 20. 
ch. .33. 2. 
i Josh. 24. 

8, 11. 

k ch. 20. 5. 

1 Lev. 18. 3. 

Deut. 12. 30, 

31. 

m ch. 34. 13. 

Numb. 33. 

.52. 

Deut. 7. ,5, 

25. & 12. 3. 

n Deut. 6. 

13. & 10. 12, 
20. & 11. 13, 

14. & 13. 4. 
Jnsl). 22, 5. 
& 24. 14, 15, 
21,24. 
lSani.7.3.& 
12. 20, 24. 
Matt. 4. 10. 

Df'ut. 7. 13. 
fe 28. 5, 8. 

1) ch.l5. 26. 
Dent. 7. 15. 
n Deut. 7. 
14. &2a. 4. 
.lob 21. 10. 
Mai. 3. 10, 
11. 

r Gon. 25. 8. 
& 35. 20. 

1 Chron. 23. 
1. 

Job 5. 26. 
fe 42. 17. 
P.<. 55. 23. 
& 90. 10. 
s Gen. 35. 5. 
ch.1.5.14, '6. 
Drut. 2. 2.5. 
& 11. 2.5. 
Josh.2.9, 11. 

1 Sam. 14. 
1.5. 

2 Chron. 14. 
14. 

t Deut. 7. 23. 

t Heb. vrrk. 

Ps. 18. 40. 

u Deut. 7. 

20. 

Josh. 24. 12. 

w Deut. 7. 
no 



X Gen. 15. 
18. 

Numb. 34. 3. 
Deut. 11.24. 
Josh. 1. 4. 
1 KinKs 4. 
21, 24. 
Ps. 72. 8. 
y Josh. 21. 
44. 

Judff. 1. 4. 
& 11. 21. 



7. ch. 34. 12, 

1.5. 

Deut. 7. 2. 



a ch. 34. 12. 
Deut. 7. 16. 
& 12. 30. 
Josh. 23. 13. 
Jiul?. 2. 3. 
1 Sam. 18. 
21. 
Ps. 106. 36. 



BcCore 

CHRIST 

1491. 



a ch. 28. 1. 
Lev. 10. 1,2. 

1) ch. 1. .5. 
Numb. 11. 
16. 

c ver. 13, 
15, 18. 



d ver. 7. 
ch. 19. 8. 
Deut. 5. 27. 
Gal. 3. 19,20. 

e Deut. 31. 
9. 



f Gen. 28. 
18. &. 31. 45. 



g Hebr. 9. 

18. 



li Hebr. 9.. 
J 9. 



ver. 3. 



k Hebr. 9. 
20. & 13. 20. 
1 Pet. 1. 2. 



1 ver. 1. 



m See 
Gen :)2.30. 
ch. 3. 6. 
Jiirlg. 13 22. 
Isai. 6. 1,.5. 
with ch. 33. 
20, 23. 
John 1. 18. 
ITim. 6. 16. 
1 John 4. 12. 
n Ezek. 1. 
26. & 10. 1. 
Rev. 4. 3. 

M.itt.17.2. 
p ch. 10.21. 
q ver. 10. 
ch. 33. 20. 
Gen. 16. 13. 
& 32. 30. 
Deut. 4. 33. 
Judg. 13.22. 
r Gen. 31. 
54. 

ch. 18. 12. 

1 Cor. 10. 18. 
s ver. 2. 15, 
18. 

t ch. 31. 18. 
& 32. 15, 16. 
Deut. 5. 22. 
u ch. .32. 17. 
& 33. 11. 



The people promise obedience. 
CHAP. XXIV. 

1 Moses is called up i?ito the mountain. 8 The people 
promise obedience. 4 Moses buildeth an altar., and 
twelve pillars. 6 He sprinkleth the Hood of the cove- 
nant. 9 The glory of God appeareth. 14 Aaron and 
Hur have the charge of the people. 15 Moses goetk 
into the mountain, where he continueth forty days and 
forty nights. 

AND he said unto Moses, Come up unto 
the Lord, thou, and Aaron, ^Nadab, 
and Abihu, ^and seventy of the elders of 
Israel; and worship ye afar off. 

2 And Moses *= alone shall come near the 
Lord : but they shall not come nigh ; neither 
shall the people go up with him. 

3 H And Moses came and told the people 
all the words of the Lord, and all the judg- 
ments : and all the people answered with one 
voice, and said, ''All the words which the 
Lord hath said will we do. 

4 And Moses ^ wrote all the words of the 
Lord, and rose up early in the morning, and 
builded an altar under the hill, and twelve 
''pillars according to the twelve tribes of 
Israel. 

5 And he sent young men of the children 
of Israel, which offered burnt-offerings, and 
sacrificed peace-offerings of oxen unto the 
Lord. 

6 And Moses ^took half of the blood, and 
put it in basins; and half of the blood he 
sprinkled on the altar. 

7 And he ''took the book of the covenant, 
and read in the audience of the people : and 
they said, 'All that the Lord hath said will 
we do, and be obedient. 

8 And Moses took the blood, and sprink- 
led it on the people, and said. Behold ''the 
blood of the covenant, which the Lord hath 
made with you concerning all these words. 

9 H Then 'went up Moses, and Aaron, 
Nadab, and Abihu, and seventy of the elders 
of Israel : 

10 And they ""saw the God of Israel: and 
there was under his feet as it were a paved 
work of a " sapphire-stone, and as it were the 
°body of heaven in his clearness. 

11 And upon the nobles of the children of 
Israel he p laid not his hand : also i they saw 
God, and did ""eat and drink. 

12 H And the Lord said unto Moses, 
' Come up to me into the mount, and be there ; 
and I will give thee ^ tables of stone, and a 
law, and commandments which I have writ- 
ten ; that thou mayest teach them. 

13 And Moses rose up, and ''his minister 
Joshua: and Moses ^went up into the mount 
of God. 

14 And he said unto the elders. Tarry ye 
here for us, until we come again unto you : 
and behold, Aaron and Hur are with you : 

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The offering for the tabernacle. 

if any nian have any matters to do, let him 
come unto them. 

15 And Moses went up into the mount, 
and ''a cloud covered the mount. 

16 And ythe glory of the Lord abode 
upon mount Sinai, and the cloud covered it 
six days : and the seventh day he called unto 
Moses out of the midst of the cloud, 

17 And the sight of the glory of the 
Lord was like ^devouring fire on the top 
of the mount in the eyes of the children of 
Israel. 

18 And Moses went into the midst of the 
cloud, and gat him up into the mount: and 
* Moses was in the mount forty days and forty 
nights. 

CHAP. XXV. 

I What the Israelites rnust offer for the making of the 
tabernacle. 10 The form of the ark. 17 The mercy- 
seat, with the cheruhims. 23 The table,with the furni- 
titre thereof. 3 1 The candlestick, with the instruments 
thereof. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ings 

2 Speak unto the children of Israel, that 
they t bring me an [| offering : ^of every man 
that giveth it willingly with his heart ye 
shall take my offering. 

3 And this is the offering which ye 
shall take of them ; gold, and silver, and 
brass, 

4 And blue, and purple, and scarlet, and 

II fine linen, and goats' AmV, 

5 And rams' skins dyed red, and badgers' 
skins, and shittim-wood, 

6 ''Oil for the light, <= spices for anointing 
oil, and for "^ sweet incense, 

7 Onyx-stones, and stones to be set in the 
*ephod, and in the ^breast-plate, 

8 And let them make me a ^ sanctuary; 
that '*I may dwell among them. 

9 'According to all that I shew thee, after 
the pattern of the tabernacle, and the pat- 
tern of all the instruments thereof, even so 
shall ye make it, 

10 IT •'And they shall make an ark of 
shittim-wood : two cubits and a half sliall he 
the length thereof, and a cubit and a half 
the breadth thereof, and a cubit and a half 
the height thereof. 

11 And thou shalt overlay it with pure 
gold, within and without shalt thou overlay 
it; and shalt make upon it a crown of gold 
round about. 

12 And thou shalt cast four rings of gold 
for it, and put them in the four corners 
thereof; and two rings shall he in the one 
side of it, and two rings in the other side 
of it. 

13 And thou shalt make staves of shittim- 
wood, and overlay them with gold. 



CHAP. XXV 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



X ch. 19. 9, 

]6. 

Matt. 17. 5. 

y ch. 16. 10. 

Numb. 14. 

10. 



z ch. 3. 2. 

& 19. 18. 
DeiiL 4. :ifi. 
Hebr. 12. 18, 
29. 



a ch.34. 28. 
Deut. 9. 9. 



t Heb. 
take, for me. 
II Or, ^ 
heave-offer- 
ing. 

ft ch. 35. 5, 
21. 

1 Chron. 29. 
3, 5, 9, 14. 
Ezrii 2. 68. 
& 3. 5. & 7. 
16. 

Neh. 11. 2. 

2 Cor. 8.12. 
& 9. 7. 



Or, silk. 
en. 41. 42. 



b ch. 27. 20. 
c ch. 30. 23. 

d ch. 30. 34. 



e ch.28.4, 6. 
f ch. 28. 15. 

g ch. 36. 1, 

tev. 4. 6. & 
10. 4. & 21. 
12. 

Hebr. 9. 1,2. 
h ch. 29. 45. 

1 Kings 6. 1.3. 

2 Cor. 6. 16. 
Hebr. 3. 6. 
Rev. 21.3. 

i ver. 40. 



k ch.37. 1. 
Deut. 10. 3. 
Hebr. 9. 4. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



I 1 Kings 8. 



m ch. 16.34. 
& 31. iS. 
Deut. 10. 2, 
5. & 31. 26. 

1 Kings 8. 9. 

2 Kings 11. 
12. 

Hebr. 9. 4. 
n ch. 37. 6. 
Rom. 3. 2.5. 
Hebr. 9. 5. 



II Or, of the 
matter o/ (Ac 
mercy-seat. 



1 Kings 8. 
7. 

1 Chron. 28. 
18. 

Hebr. 9. 5. 



p ch. 26. 34. 
q ver. 16. 



r ch. 29. 42, 

43. & 30. 6, 

36. 

Lev. 16. 2. 

Numb. 17.4. 

s Numb. 7. 

89. 

1 Sam. 4. 4. 

2 Sam. 6. 2. 
2 Kings 19. 
1.5. 

Ps. 80. 1. 
& 90. 1. 
Isai. 37. 16. 

t ch. 37. 10. 

1 Kings 7. 
48. 

2 Chron. 4. 
8. 

Hebr. 9. 2. 



u ch. 37. 16. 
Numb. 4.7. 



II Or, to pour 
out withal. 



w Lev. 24. 

5, 6. 

X ch. 37. 17. 

1 Kings 7. 

49. 

Zecli. 4. 2. 

Hebr. 9. 2. 

Rev. 1. 12. 

& 4. 5. 



The materials thereof 

14 And thou shalt put the staves into the 
rings by the sides of the ark, that the ark 
may be borne with them. 

15 ' The staves shall be in the rings of the 
ark : they shall not be taken from it. 

16 And thou shalt put into the ark ""the 
testimony which I shall give thee. 

17 And " thou shalt make a mercy-seat 
o/pure gold : two cubits and a half 5A«// he 
the length thereof, and a cubit and a half the 
breadth thereof. 

18 And thou shalt make two cherubims of 
gold, o/" beaten work shalt thou make them, 
in the two ends of the mercy-seat. 

19 And make one cherub on the one end, 
and the other cherub on the other end : even 
II of the mercy-seat shall ye make the cheru- 
bims on the two ends thereof. 

20 And "the cherubims shall stretch forth 
their wings on high, covering the mercy- 
seat with their wings, and their faces shall 
look one to another ; toward the mercy-seat 
shall the faces of the cherubims be. 

21 pAnd thou shalt put the mercy-seat 
above upon the ark; audi in the ark thou shalt 
put the testimony that I shall give thee. 

22 And "^ there I will meet with thee, and 
I will commune with thee from above the 
mercy-seat, from ^between the two cherubims 
which are upon the ark of the testimony, of 
all things which I will give thee in command- 
ment unto the children of Israel. 

23 H 'Thou shalt also make a table 0/ shit- 
tim-wood ; two cubits shall be the length 
thereof, and a cubit the breadth thereof, and 
a cubit and a half the height thereof. 

24 And thou shalt overlay it with pure 
gold, and make thereto a crown of gold 
round about. 

25 And thou shalt make unto it a border 
of an hand-breadth round about, and thou 
shalt make a golden crown to the border 
thereof round about. 

26 And thou shalt make for it four rings 
of gold, and put the rings in the four corners 
that are on the four feet thereof. 

27 Over against the border shall the rings 
be for places of the staves to bear the table. 

28 And thou shalt make the staves of 
shittim-wood, and overlay them with gold, 
that the table may be borne with them. 

29 And thou shalt make "the dishes there- 
of, and spoons thereof, and covers thereof, 
and bowls thereof, || to cover withal : of pure 
gold shalt thou make them. 

30 And thou shalt set upon the table 
""shew-bread before me alway. 

31 IF ^And thou shalt make a candlestick 
of pure gold : of beaten work shall the can- 
dlestick be made : his shaft, and his branches, 

75 



The ten curtains and 

his bowls, his knops, and his flowers, shall 
be of the same. 

32 And six branches shall come out of the 
sides of it ; three branches of the candlestick 
out of the one side, and three branches of the 
candlestick out of the other side : 

33 Three bowls made like unto almonds, 
with a knop and a flower in one branch ; and 
three bowls made like almonds in the other 
branch, with a knop and a flower : so in the 
six branches that come out of the candle- 
stick. 

34 And in the candlestick shall he four 
bowls made like unto almonds, with their 
knops and their flowers. 

35 And there shall he a knop under two 
branches of the same, and a knop under two 
branches of the same, and a knop under 
two branches of the same, according to the 
six branches that proceed out of the candle- 
stick. 

36 Their knops and their branches shall be 
of the same : all of it shall he one beaten 
work of pure gold. 

37 And thou shalt make the seven lamps 
thereof: and ythey shall || light the lamps 
thereof, that they may '^give light over against 
tit. 

38 And the tongs thereof, and the snuff'- 
dishes thereof, shall he of pure gold. 

39 Of a talent of pure gold shall he make 
it, with all these vessels. 

40 And '^look that thou make them after 
their pattern, t which was shewed thee in the 
mount. 

CHAP. XXVI. 

1 The ten curtains of the tahernade. 7 The eleven cur- 
tains of goats' hair. 14 The covering of rams' skins. 
15 The boards of the tabernacle with their sockets and 
bars. 31 The vail for the ark. S6 The hanging for 
the door. 

MOREOVER, nhou shalt make the ta- 
bernacle with ten curtains o/" fine twined 
linen, and blue, and purple, and scarlet : 
with cherubims f of cunning work shalt thou 
make them. 

2 The length of one curtain shall he eight 
and twenty cubits, and the breadth of one 
curtain four cubits : and every one of the 
curtains shall have one measure. 

3 The five curtains shall be coupled toge- 
ther one to another ; and other five curtains 
shall he coupled one to another. 

4 And thou shalt make loops of blue upon 
the edge of the one curtain from the selvedge 
in the coupling ; and likewise shalt thou 
make in the uttermost edge of another cur- 
tain, in the coupling of the second. 

5 Fifty loops shalt thou make in the one 
curtain, and fifty loops shalt thou make in 



EXODUS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



y oh. 27.21. 

& 30. K 

Iiev.24.3,4. 

2<.'liroii.];). 

11. 

II Or, cause 

la ascend. 

7.Niimb.y.2. 

t Hel). the 

face of it. 



a ch.2G.30. 
Numb. 8. 4. 
lChron.28. 
11, 19. 
Acts 7. 44. 
Hebr. 8. 5. 
t Heb. 
which thou 
wast caused 
to see. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



b ch. 36. 14. 



II Or, 
covering. 



a. cli. 36. 8. 



t Heb. 

the work of 

a cunning 

workmat), 

or, embroid 

erer. 



t Hel). 2?! the 
remainder, 
or, surplus- 
age. 



c ch. 36. 19. 



t Heb. 
bands. 



the boards of the tabernacle^ 

the edge of the curtain that is in the coupling 
of the second ; that the loops may take hold 
one of another. 

6 And thou shalt make fifty taches oi 
gold, and couple the curtains together with 
the taches : and it shall be one tabernacle. 

7 ^ And ''thou shalt make curtains of 
goats' hair to be a covering upon the taberna- 
cle : eleven curtains shalt thou make. 

8 The length of one curtain shall he thirty 
cubits, and the breadth of one curtain four 
cubits : and the eleven curtains shall he all 
of one measure, 

9 And thou shalt couple five curtains by 
themselves, and six curtains by themselves, 
and shalt double the sixth curtain in the fore- 
front of the tabernacle. 

10 And thou shalt make fifty loops on the 
edge of the one curtain that is outmost in the 
coupling, and fifty loops in the edge of the 
curtain which coupleth the second. 

11 And thou shalt make fifty taches of 
brass, and put the taches into the loops, and 
couple the |1 tent together, that it may be 
one. 

12 And the remnant that remaineth of the 
curtains of the tent, the half curtain that 
remaineth, shall hang over the back-side of 
the tabernacle. 

13 And a cubit on the one side, and a cubit 
on the other side t of that which remaineth in 
the length of the curtains of the tent, it shall 
hang over the sides of the tabernacle on this 
side and on that side, to cover it. 

14 And " thou shalt make a covering for 
the tent o/rams' skins dyed red, and a cover- 
ing above of badgers' skins. 

1 5 IF And thou shalt make boards for the 
tabernacle of shittim-wood standing up. 

16 Ten cubits shall he the length of a 
board, and a cubit and a half shall be the 
breadth of one board. 

17 Two t tenons shall there be in one 
board, set in order one against another : thus 
shalt thou make for all the boards of the 
tabernacle. 

18 And thou shalt make the boards for 
the tabernacle, twenty boards on the south 
side southward. 

19 And thou shalt make forty sockets of 
silver under the twenty boards : two sockets 
under one board for his two tenons, and two 
sockets under another board for his two 
tenons. 

20 And for the second side of the taberna- 
cle on the north side there shall be twenty 
boards. 

21 And their forty sockets o/" silver; two 
sockets under one board, and two sockets un- 
der another board. 

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Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



t Heb. 
twined. 



The vail for the ark. 

22 And for the sides of the tabernacle 
westward thou shalt make six boards. 

23 And two boards shalt thou make for 
the corners of the tabernacle in the two 
sides. 

24 And they shall be t coupled together 
beneath, and they shall be coupled together 
above the head of it unto one ring : thus 
shall it be for them both j they shall be for 
the two corners. 

25 And they shall be eight boards, and 
their sockets of silver, sixteen sockets ; two 
sockets under one board, and two sockets 
under another board. 

26 HAnd thou shalt make bars of shittim- 
wood ; five for the boards of the one side of 
the tabernacle, 

27 And five bars for the boards of the 
other side of the tabernacle, and five bars for 
the boards of the side of the tabernacle, for 
the two sides westward. 

28 And the middle bar in the midst of the 
boards shall reach from end to end. 

29 And thou shalt overlay the boards with 
gold, and make their rings o/" gold ybr places 
for the bars : and thou shalt overlay the bars 
with gold. 

30 And thou shalt rear up the tabernacle 
^ according to the fashion thereof which was 
shewed thee in the mount. 

31 IF And ^thou shalt make a vail o/blue, 
and purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen 
of cunning work : with cherubims shall it be 
made. 

32 And thou shalt hang it upon four pil- 
lars of shittiui-wood overlaid with gold : their 
hooks shall be of gold upon the four sockets 
of silver. 

33 HAnd thou shalt hang up the vail under 
the taches, that thou mayest bring in thither 
within the vail *^the ark of the testimony: and 
the vail shall divide unto you between s the ^^b^ryglsj 
holy place and the most holy. 

34 And ^thou shalt put the mercy-seat 
upon the ark of the testimony in the most 
holy place. 

35 And • thou shalt set the table without 
the vail, and 'Hhe candlestick over against 
the table on the side of the tabernacle toward 
the south : and thou shalt put the table on 
the north side. 

36 And ' thou shalt make an hanging for 
the door of the tent, o/'blue, and purple, and 
scarlet, and fine twined linen, wrought with 
needle-work. 

37 And thou shalt make for the hanging 
"• five pillars of shittim-z^oot?, and overlay 
them with gold, and their hooks shall be of 
gold : and thou shalt cast five sockets of 
brass for them. 



CHAP. XXVII. 



Before 

CHRIST 

14'J1. 



a ch. 38. 1. 
Ezek.43. 13. 



b See Numb. 
16. 38. 



(1 ch. 2.5. 9, 

40. & 27. 8. 
Ac;s 7. 44. 
Hebr. 8. 5. 

e ch. 36. 35. 
Lev. 16. 2. 
2 Chron. 3. 
14. 

Matt. 27. .'51. 
Hebr. 9. 3. 



f ch. 25. 16. 

& 40. 21. 



h ch. 2.5. 21. 
& 40. 20. 
Hebr 9. 5. 



i ch. 40. 22. 
Hebr. 9. 2. 

k ch. 40. 24. 



ch. 36. 37. 



m ch. 36. 38. 



c ch. 25. 40. 
&. 26. 30. 
t Heb. 
be shewed. 

d ch. 38. 9. 



The altar of biirnt-offer'mg. 
CHAP. XXVII. 

1 The altar of burnt-ofiering, with the vessels thereof. 
9 The court of the tabernacle enclosed with hangings 
and pillars. 18 The measure of the court. 20 The 
oil for the lamp. 

AND thou shalt make ''an altar o/*shittim- 
wood, five cubits long, and five cubits 
broad ; the altar shall be four-square : and the 
height thereof shall be three cubits. 

2 And thou shalt make the horns of it 
upon the four corners thereof: his horns 
shall be of the same : and ''thou shalt over- 
lay it with brass. 

3 And thou shalt make his pans to receive 
his ashes, and his shovels, and his basins, 
and his flesh-hooks, and his fire-pans : all the 
vessels thereof thou shalt make o/" brass. 

4 And thou shalt make for it a grate of 
net-work of brass ; and upon the net shalt 
thou make four brazen rings in the four 
corners thereof. 

5 And thou shalt put it under the com- 
pass of the altar beneath, that the net may 
be even to the midst of the altar. 

6 And thou shalt make staves for the 
altar, staves of shittim-wood, and overlay 
them with brass. 

7 And the staves shall be put into the 
rings, and the staves shall be upon the two 
sides of the altar, to bear it. 

8 Hollow with boards shalt thou make it : 
•^t as it was shewed thee in the mount, so 
shall they make it. 

9 II And ^thou shalt make the court of the 
tabernacle : for the south side southward 
there shall be hangings for the court of fine 
twined hnen of an hundred cubits long for 
one side : 

10 And the twenty pillars thereof and 
their twenty sockets shall be of brass : the 
hooks of the pillars and their fillets shall be 
of silver. 

11 And likewise for the north side in 
length there 5^a// 6e hangings of an hundred 
cubits long, and his twenty pillars and their 
twenty sockets of brass : the hooks of the 
pillars and their fillets of silver. 

12 HAndybr the breadth of the court on 
the west side shall be hangings of fifty cubits : 
their pillars ten, and their sockets ten. 

13 And the breadth of the court on the 
east side eastward shall be fifty cubits. 

14 The hangings of one side of the gate 
shall be fifteen cubits : their pillars three, 
and their sockets three. 

15 And on the other side shall be hangings, 
fifteen cubits : their pillars three, and their 
sockets three, 

1611 And forthe gate of the court shall be 
an hanging of twenty cubits, of blue, and 

77 



Aaron and his so?is set apart. 

purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen, 
wrought with needle-work : a?id their pillars 
shall be four, and their sockets four. 

17 All the pillars round about the court 
shall be filleted with silver : their hooks shall 
be of silver, and their sockets of brass. 

18 1[ The length of the court shall be an 
hundred cubits, and the breadth t fifty every 
where, and the height five cubits of fine 
twined linen, and their sockets o/ brass. 

19 All the vessels of the tabernacle in all 
the service thereof, and all the pins thereof, 
and all the pins of the court, shall be of 
brass. 

20 If And ''thou shalt command the chil- 
dren of Israel, that they bring thee pure oil- 
olive beaten for the light, to cause the lamp 
fto burn always. 

21 In the tabernacle of the congregation 
*" without the vail, which is before the testi- 
mony, s Aaron and his sons shall order it 
from evening to morning before the Lord : 
^It shall be a statute for ever unto their gen- 
erations on the behalf of the children of 
Israel. 

CHAP. XX vm. 

1 Aaron and his sons are set apart for the priesfs 
office. 2 Holy garments are appointed. 6 The ephod. 
15 The breast-plate with tioelve precious stones. 30 The 
Urim and Thummim. 31 The robe of the ephod, with 
pomegranates and hells. 36 The plate of the mitre. 
39 The embroidered coat. 40 The garments for 
Aaron's sons. 

AND take thou unto thee ''Aaron thy 
brother, and his sons with him, from 
among the children of Israel, that he may 
minister unto me in the priest's office, even 
Aaron, Nadab and Abihu, Eleazar and Itha- 
mar, Aaron's sons. 

2 And ^thou shalt make holy garments 
for Aaron thy brother, for glory and for 
beauty. 

3 And '^thou shalt speak unto all that are 
wise-hearted, "^whom. I have filled with the 
spirit of wisdom, that they may make Aaron's 
garments to consecrate him, that he may 
minister unto me in the priest's office. 

4 And these are the garments which they 
shall make ; ^a breast-plate, and ^an ephod, 
and ?a robe, and ^a broidered coat, a mitre, 
and a girdle : and they shall make holy gar- 
ments for Aaron thy brother, and his sons, 
that he may minister unto me in the priest's 
office. 

5 And they shall take gold, and blue, and 
purple, and scarlet, and fine linen. 

6 IT 'And they shall make the ephod of 
gold, o/blue, and of purple, of scarlet, and 
fine twined linen, with cunning work. 

7 It shall have the two shoulder-pieces 



EXODUS. The breast-plate with preciovs stones. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1491. 


1491. 




II Or, 
embroidered. 


n\eh. fifty 
hv fifty. 




Lev. 24.'i. 




t Heb. 

to ascendup. 




f ch. 26. 31, 
33. 




g ch. 30. 8. 

1 Sam. 3.3. 

2 Chron. 13. 
11. 


1 ver. 29. 
ch. 39. 7. 


h ch. 28. 43. 
&. 29. 9, 28. 
Lev. 3. 17. 
& 16. 34. & 
24.9. 
Numb. 18. 
23. & 19. 21. 
1 Sam. 30. 
25. 


m See 
Josh. 4. 7. 
Zech. 6. 14. 




n ch. 39. 8. 


a Numb. 18. 

7. 




Hebr.5.1,4. 




b ch. 29. 5. 
29. & 31. io. 
& 39. 1, 2. 
Lev. 8. V,. 30. 
Numb. 20. 
26,28. 


o ch. 39. 10, 

&c. 

t Heb. fill it 

in fillings of 

stone. 

II Or. ruby. 


7,8. 

c cli. 31. 6. 
& 36. 1. 
dch. 31. 3. 
& 35. 30, 31. 




e ver. 15. 
f ver. 6. 
g ver. 31. 
h ver. 39. 


t Heb. 
fillings 


i ch. 39. 2. 





thereof joined at the two edges thereof; and 
so it shall be joined together. 

8 And the || curious girdle of the ephod, 
which is upon it, shall be of the same, accord- 
ing to the work thereof ; even of gold, oj 
blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine twined 
linen. 

9 And thou shalt take two onyx-stones, 
and grave on them the names of the children 
of Israel : 

10 Six of their names on one stone, and 
the other six names of the rest on the other 
stone, according to their birth. 

11 With the work of an engraver in 
stone, like the engravings of a signet, shalt 
thou engrave the two stones with the names 
of the children of Israel : thou shalt make 
them to be set in ouches of gold. 

12 And thou shalt put the two stones 
upon the shoulders of the ephod for stones 
of memorial unto the children of Israel : and 
'Aaron shall bear their names before the 
Lord upon his two shoulders ""for a me- 
morial. 

1 3 HAnd thou shalt make ouches o/'gold; 

14 And two chains of pure gold at the 
ends ; of wreathen work shalt thou make 
them, and fasten the wreathen chains to the 
ouches. 

1 5 1[ And " thou shalt make the breast-plate 
of judgment with cunning work ; after the 
work of the ephod thou shalt make it ; of 
gold, of blue, and of purple, and of scarlet, 
and o/'fine twined linen shalt thou make it. 

16 Four-square it shall be, being doubled ; 
a span shall be the length thereof, and a span 
shall be the breadth thereof. 

17 °And thou shalt t^et in it settings of 
stones, even four rows of stones ; the first row 
shall be a || sardius, a topaz, and a carbuncle : 
this shall be the first row, 

18 And the second row shall be an eme- 
rald, a sapphire, and a diamond. 

19 And the third row a ligure, an agate, 
and an amethyst. 

20 And the fourth row a beryl, and an 
onyx, and a jasper : they shall be set in gold 
in their t inclosings. 

21 And the stones shall be with the names 
of the children of Israel, twelve, according to 
their names, like the engravings of a signet ; 
every one with his name shall they be ac- 
cording to the twelve tribes. 

2211 And thou shalt make upon the breast- 
plate chains at the ends o/ wreathen work of 
pure gold. 

23 And thou shalt make upon the breast- 
plate two rings of gold, and shalt put the 
two rings on the two ends of the breast-plate. 

24 And thou shalt put the two wreathen 

78 



The Vrim and Thummim. 

chains of gold in the two rings which are on 
the ends of the breast-plate. 

25 And the other two ends of the two 
wreathen chains thou shalt fasten in the two 
ouches, and put them on the shoulder-pieces 
of the cphod before it. 

2611 And thou shalt make two rings of gold, 
and thou shalt put them upon the two ends of 
the breast-plate in the border thereof, which 
is in the side of the ephod inward. 

27 And two other rings of gold thou shalt 
make, and shalt put them on the two sides of 
the ephod underneath, toward the fore-part 
thereof, over against the other coupling there- 
of, above the curious girdle ot the ephod. 

28 And they shall bind the breast-plate by 
the rings thereof unto the rings of the ephod 
with a lace of blue, that it may be above the 
curious girdle of the ephod, and that the 
breast-plate be not loosed from the ephod. 

29 And Aaron shall bear the names of 
the children of Israel in the breast-plate of 
judgment upon his heart, when he goeth in 
unto the holy place, pfor a memorial before 
the Lord continually. 

30 IT And i thou shalt put in the breast- 
plate of judgment the Urim and the Thum- 
mim ; and they shall be upon Aaron's heart, 
when he goeth in before the Lord : and 
Aaron shall bear the judgment of the chil- 
dren of Israel upon his heart before the Lord 
continually. 

31 HAnd "^thou shalt make the robe of 
the ephod all of blue. 

32 And there shall be an hole in the top 
of it, in the midst thereof: it shall have a 
binding of woven work round about the hole 
of it, as it were the hole of an habergeon, 
that it be not rent. 

SS^Andbeneath, upon the || hem of it thou 
shalt make pomegranates of blue, and of 
purple, and of scarlet, round about the hem 
thereof; and bells of gold between them 
round about : 

34 A golden bell and a pomegranate, a 
golden bell and a pomegranate, upon the 
hem of the robe round about. 

35 And it shall be upon Aaron, to minis- 
ter ; and his sound shall be heard when he 
goeth in unto the holy place before the 
Lord, and ^vhen he cometh out, that he 
die not. 

36 HAnd Hhou shalt make a plate of 
pure gold, and grave upon it like the engra- 
vings of a signet, HOLINESS TO THE 
LORD. 

37 And thou shalt put it on a blue lace, 
that it may be upon the mitre ; upon the 
fore-front of the mitre it shall be. 

38 And it shall be upon Aaron's forehead, 



CHAP. XXIX. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



p ver. 12. 



g Lev. 8. 8. 
Numb. 27. 
21. 

Deut. 33. 8. 
1 Sam. 28. 6. 
Ezra 2. 63. 
Neh. 7. 65. 



r ch. 39. 22. 



Or, skirts. 



t ch. 39.30. 
Zech. 14. 20. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

u vcr. 43. 
Lev. 10. 17. 

& 22. 9. 
Numb. 18.1. 
Isai. 53. 11. 
Ezek. 4. 4, 
5, 6. 

.lolm 1. 29. 
Hebr.9. 28. 
1 Pet. 2. 24. 
w Lev. 1. 4. 
& 22. 27. 
& 23. 11. 
Isai. 56. 7. 



X ver. 4. 
ch. 39. 27, 
28, 29, 41. 
Ezek. 44. 
17, 18. 



y ch. 29. 7. 
& 30. 30. 
& 40. 15. 
Lev. 10. 7. 
t Heb. fill 
their hand. 
z cb. 29. 9, 
&c. 

Lev. ch. 8. 
Hebr. 7. 28. 
a ch.39.28. 
Lev. 6. 10. 
& 16. 4. 
Ezek. 44. 18. 
t Heb. 
jlesh of their 
nakedness. 
t Heb. be. 



b ch.20.26. 

c Lev. 5.1, 
17. & 20. 19, 
20. & 22. 9. 
Numb. 9. 13. 
& 18. 22. 
d ch. 27. 21. 
Lev. 17. 7. 



a Lev. 8. 2. 



b Lev. 2. 4. 
& 6. 20, 21, 
22. 



c ch. 40. 12. 
I,ev. 8. 6. 
Hebr. 10. 22. 

d ch.28.2. 
Lev. 8. 7. 



6 ch. 28. 8. 



f Lev. 8. 9. 



e ch. 28.41. 
& 30. 2,5. 
Lev. 8. 12. 
& 10. 7. & 
21. 10. 
Numb. 35. 
25. 
b Lev. 8. 13, 



The garments for Aaron's sons, 

that Aaron may "bear the iniquity of the 
holy things, which the children of Israel shall 
hallow in all their holy gifts ; and it shall be 
always upon his forehead, that they may be 
"'accepted before the Lord. 

39 H And thou shalt embroider the coat 
of fine linen, and thou shalt make the mitre 
of fine linen, and thou shalt make the girdle 
of needle-work. 

40 H^And for Aaron's sons thou shalt 
make coats, and thou shalt make for them 
girdles, and bonnets shalt thou make for 
them, for glory and for beauty. 

41 And thou shalt put them upon Aaron 
thy brother, and his sons with him : and 
shalt y anoint them, and t ^consecrate them, 
and sanctify them, that they may minister 
unto me in the priest's office. 

42 And thou shalt make them ''linen 
breeches to cover t their nakedness: from 
the loins even unto the thighs they shall 
t reach: 

43 And they shall be upon Aaron, and 
upon his sons, when they come in unto the 
tabernacle of the congregation, or when 
they come near ''unto the altar to minister 
in the holy place ; that they ''bear not ini- 
quity and die. ^It shall he a statute for ever 
unto him, and his seed after him. 

CHAP. XXIX. 

1 The sacrifice arid ceremonies of consecrating the priests. 
38 The continual burnt-offering. 45 God's promise 
to dwell among the children of Israel. 

AND this is the thing that thou shalt do 
unto them to hallow them, to minister 
unto me in the priest's office : ''Take one 
young bullock, and two rams without blemish, 

2 And ''unleavened bread, and cakes un- 
leavened tempered with oil, and wafers un- 
leavened anointed with oil : of wheaten flour 
shalt thou make them. 

3 And thou shalt put them into one 
basket, and bring them in the basket, with 
the bullock and the two rams. 

4 And Aaron and his sons thou shalt 
bring unto the door of the tabernacle of the 
congregation, *=and shalt wash them with 
water. 

5 ^ And thou shalt take the garments, and 
put upon Aaron the coat, and the robe of the 
ephod, and the ephod, and the breast-plate, 
and gird him with "^the curious girdle of the 
ephod : 

6 ^And thou shalt put the mitre upon his 
head, and put the holy crown upon the mitre. 

7 Then shalt thou take the anointing 
Soil, and pour it upon his head, and anoint 
him. 

8 And ''thou shalt bring his sons, and put 
coats upon them. 

79 



The consecration of the priests, 

9 And thou shalt gird them with girdles 
(Aaron and his sons) and tput the bonnets 
on them ; and 'the priest's office shall be 
theirs for a perpetual statute : and thou shalt 
f^ consecrate Aaron and his sons, 

10 And thou shalt cause a bullock to 
be brought before the tabernacle of the 
congregation ; and ^ Aaron and his sons 
shall put their hands upon the head of the 
bullock. 

11 And thou shalt kill the bullock before 
the Lord, hy the door of the tabernacle of 
the congregation. 

12 And thou "'shalt take of the blood of 
the bullock, and put it upon "the horns of the 
altar with thy finger, and pour all the blood 
beside the bottom of the altar. 

13 And °thou shalt take all the fat that 
covereth the inwards, and [j the caul that is 
above the liver, and the two kidneys, and 
the fat that is upon them, and burn them 
upon the altar. 

14 But Pthe flesh of the bullock, and his 
skin, and his dung shalt thou burn with fire 
without the camp : it is a sin-offering. 

1511'' Thou shalt also take one ram; and 
Aaron and his sons shall ■'put their hands 
upon the head of the ram. 

16 And thou shalt slay the ram, and thou 
Shalt take his blood, and sprinkle it round 
about upon the altar. 

17 And thou shalt cut the ram in pieces, 
and wash the inwards of him, and his legs, 
and put them unto his pieces, and || unto his 
head. 

18 And thou shalt burn the whole ram 
upon the altar: it is a burnt-offering unto 
the Lord : it w a ^ sweet savour, an offering 
made by fire unto the Lord. 

1911 'And thou shalt take the other ram; 
and Aaron and his sons shall put their hands 
upon the head of the ram. 

20 Then shalt thou kill the ram, and take 
of his blood, and put it upon the tip of the 
right ear of Aaron, and upon the tip of the 
right ear of his sons, and upon the thumb of 
their right hand, and upon the great toe of 
their right foot, and sprinkle the blood upon 
the altar round about. 

21 And thou shalt take of the blood that 
is upon the altar, and of "the anointing oil, 
and sprinkle it upon Aaron, and upon his 
garments, and upon his sons, and upon the 
garments of his sons with him: and ^he shall 
be hallowed, and his garments, and his sons, 
and his sons' garments with him. 

22 Also thou shalt take of the ram the fat 
and the rump, and the fat that covereth the 
inwards, and the caul above the liver, and 
the two kidneys, and the fat that is upon 



EXODUS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



t Heb. bind, 
i Numb. 18. 
7. 

t Heb. fill 
the hand of 
k ch. 28. 41. 
Lev. 8. 22, 
&c. 
Hebr. 7. 28. 



1 Lev. 1. 4. 
& 8. 14. 



m Lev. 8. 15. 

n ch. 27. 2. 
& 30. 2. 



o Lev. 3. 3. 



)| It seemeth 
by Anatomy, 
and the 
Hebrew 
Doctors, to 
be the mid- 
riff. 



p Lev. 4. 11, 
12. 21. 
Hebr. 13. 11. 



q Lev. 8. 18. 

r Lev. 1. 
4,-9. 



Or, upon. 



s Gen. 8. 21. 



t ver. 3. 
Lev. 8. 22. 



II ch. 30. 
25, 31. 
Lev. 8. 30. 



w ver. 1. 
Hebr. 9. 22. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

X Lev. 8. 26. 



t Heb. shake 
to and fro. 
y Lev. 7. 30. 

z Lev. 8. 28. 



a Lev. 8.29. 



b Ps. 99. 6. 

c Lev. 7. 31, 

34. 

Numb. 18. 
11, 18. 
Deut. 18. 3. 



d Lev. 10. 15. 
e Lev. 7. 34. 



f Numb. 20. 
26, 28. 

g Numb. 18. 
8. & 35. 25. 



t Heb. he 

of his sons. 

h Numb. 20. 

28. 

i Lev. 8. 3,5. 

&. 9. 1, 8. 



k Lev. 8. 31. 



1 Matt. 12. 4. 



m Lev. 10. 
14, 15, 17. 



n Lev. 22. 
10. 



o Lev. 8. 33. 



p Exod. 40. 

12. 

Lev. 8. 33, 

34,35. 



The ceremonies at consecration. 

them, and the right shoulder : for it is a ram 
of consecration : 

23 ^And one loaf of bread, and one cake 
of oiled bread, and one wafer out of the 
basket of the unleavened bread, that is before 
the Lord. 

24 And thou shalt put all in the hands of 
Aaron, and in the hands of his sons; and 
shalt t y wave themybr a wave-offering before 
the Lord, 

25 ^And thou shalt receive them of their 
hands, and burn them upon the altar for a 
burnt-offering, for a sweet savour before the 
Lord : it is an offering made by fire unto 
the Lord. 

26 And thou shalt take ""the breast of 
the ram of Aaron's consecration, and wave 
it for a wave-offering before the Lord : and 
''it shall be thy part. 

27 And thou shalt sanctify *=the breast of 
the wave-offering, and the shoulder of the 
heave-offering, which is waved and which is 
heaved up, of the ram of the consecration, 
even of that which is for Aaron, and of that 
which is for his sons : 

28 And it shall be Aaron's and his sons' 
•^by a statute for ever, from the children of 
Israel : for it is an heave-offering : and ^it 
shall be an heave-offering from the children 
of Israel of the sacrifice of their peace-offer- 
ings, even their heave-offering unto the 
Lord. 

2911 And the holy garments of Aaron ^shall 
be his sons' after him, s to be anointed there- 
in, and to be consecrated in them. 

30 J.nc?t''that son that is priest in his 
stead shall put them on 'seven days, when he 
cometh into the tabernacle of the congrega- 
tion to minister in the holy place. 

311[Andthou shalt take the ram of the 
consecration, and ''seethe his flesh in the 
holy place. 

32 And Aaron and his sons shall eat the 
flesh of the ram, and the ' bread that is in 
the basket, hy the door of the tabernacle of 
the congregation. 

33 And ™they shall eat those things 
wherewith the atonement was made, to 
consecrate and to sanctify them: "but a 
stranger shall not eat thereof, because they 
are holy. 

34 And if aught of the flesh of the conse- 
crations, or of the bread, remain unto the 
morning, then °thou shalt burn the remain- 
der with fire : it shall not be eaten, because 
it is holy. 

35 And thus shalt thou do unto Aaron, 
and to his sons, according to all things which 
I have commanded thee : p seven days shalt 
thou consecrate them. 

80 



Tlie continual hurnt-ofermg. 

36 And thou shalt i offer everyday a bul- 
lock for a sin-offering for atonement ; and 
thou shalt cleanse the altar, when thou hast 
made an atonement for it, ""and thou shalt 
anoint it, to sanctify it. 

37 Seven days thou shalt make an atone- 
ment for the altar, and sanctify it; ^and it 
shall be an altar most holy: ^whatsoever 
toucheth the altar shall be holy. 

38 IF Now this is that which thou shalt 
offer upon the altar; "two lambs of the first 
year ^day by day continually. 

39 The one lamb thou shalt offer ^in the 
morning ; and the other iamb thou shalt offer 
at even : 

40 And with the one lamb a tenth-deal of 
flour mingled with the fourth partof anhin of 
beaten oil : and the fourth part of anhin of 
wine ybr a drink-offering. 

41 And the other lamb thou shalt Coffer at 
even, and shalt do thereto according to the 
meat-offering of the morning,and according to 
the drink-offering thereof, for a sweet savour, 
an offering made by fire unto the Lord. 

42 This shall he ^ a continual burnt-offer- 
ing throughout your generations at the door 
of the tabernacle of the congregation before 
the Lord: * where I will meet you to speak 
there unto thee. 

43 And there I will meet with the chil- 
dren of Israel; and || the tabernacle •'shall be 
sanctified by my glory. 

44 And I will sanctify the tabernacle of 
the congregation, and the altar : I will •= sanc- 
tify also both Aaron and his sons, to minister 
to me in the priest's office. 

4511 And ''I will dwell among the children 
of Israel, and will be their God. 

46 And they shall know that ^I am the 
Lord their God, that brought them forth 
out of the land of Egypt, that I may dwell 
among them : I am the Lord their God. 

CHAP. XXX. 

1 The altar of incense. 11 The ransom of souls. 
17 The brazen laver. 22 The holy anointing oil. 
34 The composition of the perfume. 

AND thou shalt make *an altar ''to burn 
incense upon : of shittim-wood shalt 
thou make it. 

2 A cubit shall he the length thereof, and 
a cubit the breadth thereof; four-square shall 
it be ; and two cubits shall he the height 
thereof: the horns thereof shall he of the 
same. 

3 And thou shalt overlay it with pure 
gold, the t top thereof, and the f sides 
thereof round about, and the horns thereof; 
and thou shalt make unto it a crown of gold 
round about. 



CHAP. XXX. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

Hebr. 10. 



II. 

r nh. 30. 26. 
28, 29. & 40. 
10. 



3 ch. 40. 10. 

t ch. 30. 29. 
Matt. 23. 19. 



n Numb. 
28. 3. 

1 Chron. 16. 
40. 

2 Chron. 2. 
4. & 13. 11. 
& 31. .3. 
Ezra 3. 3. 
w See 
Dan. 9. 27. 
& 12. 11. 

.\ 2 Kings 
16. 15. 
Ezek. 46. 
13, 14, 15. 



y 1 Kings 

18. 29, 36. 

2 Kings 16. 

15. 

Ezra 9. 4, 5. 

Ps. 141. 2. 

Dan. 9. 21. 



z ver. 38. 
ch. 30. 8. 
Numb. 28. 
6. 

Dan. 8. 11, 
12, 13. 

a ch. 2.5. 22. 
& 30. 6, 36. 
Numb. 17. 4. 



II Or, Israel, 
b ch. 40. 34. 

1 Kings 8. 
11. 

2 Chron. 5. 

14. & 7. 1, 
o 3 

Szek. 43. 5. 
Hag. 2. 7, 9. 
Mai 3.1. 
c Lev. 21. 

15. & 22. 9, 
16. 

d Exod. 25. 

8. 

Lev. 26. 12. 

Zech. 2. 10. 

John 14. 17, 

23. 

2 Cor. 6. 16. 

Rev. 21. 3. 

e ch. 20. 2. 



a ch. 37. 25. 
& 40. 5. 
b See 

ver. 7, 8, 10. 
Lev. 4.7,18. 
Rev. 8. 3. 



t Heb. roof. 
t Heb. walls. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



t Heb. ribs. 



c ch.25.21, 

22. 



t Heb. 
incense of 
spices. 
d ver. 34. 
1 Sam. 2.28. 

I Cliron. 23. 
13. 

Luke 1.9. 
e ch. 27.21. 

II Or, settclh 
up. 

t Heb. 
causeth to 
ascrnd. 
I Heb. 
between the 
tico evens. 
ch. 12. 6. 
f Lev. 10. 1. 



g Lev. 16. 

18. &. 23. 27. 



hch.38.25. 
Numb. 1.2, 
5. & 26. 2. 
2Sam. 24. 2. 
t Heb. t/icni 
that are to be 
numbered : 
See Numb. 
31. .TO. 
i Job 33. 24. 
& 36. 18. 
Ps. 49. 7. 
Matt. 20. 28. 
Mark 10. 45. 
1 Tim. 2. 6. 
1 Pet. 1. 18. 
19. 

k 2 Sam. 
24. 15. 
1 Matt. 17. 
24. 

m Lev. 27. 
25. 

Numb. 3. 47. 
Ezek.4.5. 12. 
n ch. 38. 26. 



o Job 34. 19. 
Prov.22.2. 
Ephes. 6. 9. 
Col. 3. 25. 
t Heb. 
muttiply. 
t Heb. 
diminish. 
p ver. 12. 



qch.38.25. 



r Numb. 16. 
40. 



s ch. 38. 8. 
1 Kings 7. 
38. 

t ch. 40. 7, 
30. 



The ransom of souls. 

4 And two golden rings shalt thou make 
to it under the crown of it, by the two t cor- 
ners thereof, upon the two sides of it shalt 
thou make it ; and they shall be for places 
for the staves to bear it withal. 

5 And thou shalt make the staves of shit- 
tim-wood, and overlay them with gold. 

6 And thou shalt put it before the vail 
that is by the ark of the testimony, before 
the *= mercy-seat that is over the testimony, 
where I will meet with thee. 

7 And Aaron shall burn thereon t ^ sweet 
incense every morning : when ^he dresseth 
the lamps, he shall burn incense upon it. 

8 And when Aaron || fhghteth the lamps 
fat even, he shall burn incense upon it; a 
perpetual incense before the Lord, through- 
out your generations. 

9 Ye shall offer no ^strange incense thereon, 
nor burnt-sacrifice, nor meat-offering; neither 
shall ye pour drink-offering thereon. 

10 And ^ Aaron shall make an atonement 
upon the horns of it once in a year, with the 
blood of the sin-oftering of atonements : once 
in the year shall he make atonement upon it 
throughout your generations : it is most holy 
unto the Lord. 

11 IT And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

12 ''When thou takest the sum of the 
children of Israel after t their number, then 
shall they give every man 'a ransom for his 
soul unto the Lord, when thou numberest 
them : that there be no ''plague among them 
when thou numberest them. 

13 ' This they shall give, every one that 
passeth among them that are numbered, half 
a shekel, after the shekel of the sanctuary : 
(*" a shekel is twenty gerahs :) "an half shekel 
shall he the offering of the Lord. 

14 Every one that passeth among them 
that are numbered, from twenty years old and 
above, shall give an offering unto the Lord. 

15 The ''richshall not t give more, and the 
poor shall not f give less than half a shekel, 
when they give an offering unto the Lord to 
make an p atonement for your souls. 

16 And thou shalt take the atonement- 
money of the children of Israel, and i shalt 
appoint it for the service of the tabernacle of 
the congregation ; that it may be ''a memo- 
rial unto the children of Israel before the 
Lord, to make an atonement for your souls. 

17 ^ And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

18 ^Thou shalt also make a laver o/" brass, 
and his foot also of brass, to wash withal: 
and thou shalt ^ put it between the taberna- 
cle of the congregation and the altar, and 
thou shalt put water therein. 

81 



The holy anointing oil, 

19 For Aaron and his sons "shall wash 
their hands and their feet thereat : 

20 When they go into the tabernacle of 
the congregation, they shall wash with water, 
that they die not : or when they come near 
to the altar to minister, to burn offering 
made by fire unto the Lord : 

21 So they shall wash their hands and 
their feet, that they die not : and ^it shall be 
a statute for ever to them, even to him and 
to his seed throughout their generations. 

22 ^ Moreover, the Lord spake unto 
Moses, saying, 

23 Take thou also unto thee ^principal 
spices, of pure y myrrh five hundred sAeA:e/5, 
and of sweet cinnamon half so much, even 
two hundred and fifty shekels^ and of sweet 
^calamus two hundred and fifty shekels, 

24 And of "^ cassia five hundred shekels, 
after the shekel of the sanctuary, and of oil- 
olive an ^hin: 

25 And thou shalt make it an oil of holy 
ointment, an ointment compound after the 
art of the || apothecary : it shall be "an holy 
anointing oil. 

26 ''And thou shalt anoint the tabernacle 
of the congregation therewith, and the ark of 
the testimony, 

27 And the table and all his vessels, and 
the candlestick and his vessels, and the altar 
of incense, 

28 And the altar of burnt-offering with 
all his vessels, and the laver and his foot. 

29 And thou shalt sanctify them, that 
they may be most holy : ^whatsoever touch- 
eth them shall be holy. 

30 ^And thou shalt anoint Aaron and his 
sons, and consecrate them, that they may 
minister unto me in the priest's office. 

31 And thou shalt speak unto the children 
of Israel, saying. This shall be an holy 
anointing oil unto me throughout your 
generations. 

32 Upon man's flesh shall it not be pour- 
ed, neither shall ye make any other like it, 
after the composition of it : &it is holy, and 
it shall be holy unto you. 

33 ^ Whosoever compoundeth any like it, or 
whosoever putteth any of it upon a stranger, 
'shall even be cut off from his people. 

34 IT And the Lord said unto Moses, 
•"Take unto thee sweet spices, stacte, and 
onycha, and galbanum ; these sweet spices 
with pure frankincense : of each shall there 
be a like weight : 

35 And thou shalt make it a perfume, a 
confection 'after the art of the apothecary, 
t tempered together, pure and holy : 

36 And thou shalt beat some of it very 
small, and put of it before the testimony in 



EXODUS. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1491. 


1491. 


u ch. 40. 31, 

32. 

Ps. 26. 6. 

Isai. 52. 11. 

.Tohn 13. 10. 

Hebr. 10. 22. 


m ch. 29. 42. 
Lev. 16. 2. 
n vpr. 32. 
ch. 29. 37. 
Lev. 2. 3. 

o ver. 32. 




p ver. 33. 


w ch. 28. 43. 




X Cant. 4. 
14. 

Ezek. 27.22. 
y Ps. 45. 8. 
Prov. 7. 17. 




z Cant. 4. 14. 
Jer. C. 20. 


a rh.3.5.30. 
& 36. 1. 


a Ps. 45. 8. 


b 1 Chron. 
2. 20. 


b ch. 29. 40. 


c ch.3.5.31. 
1 Kings 7. 
14. 


11 Or, 
perfii mrr. 
c ch. 37. 29. 
Numb. 35. 
2.5. 

Ps. 89. 20. 
& 133. 2. 
(1 ch. 40. 9. 
Lev. 8. 10. 
Numb. 7. 1. 






(1 ch.35.34. 




e ch.28.3. 
& 35. 10, 
35. & 36. 1. 


e ch. 29. 37. 


f ch. 36. 8 




s ch. 37. 1. 
& ch. 37. 6. 


f cli. 29. 7, 

&c. 

Lev. 8. 12, 

30. 


t Heb. 
vcuseis. 




i ch. 37. 10. 




k ch.37.17 




1 ch. 38. 1 




m ch. 38. 8. 




n ch. 39. 1, 
41. 

Numb. 4. 5, 
6, &c. 


gver.25, 37. 




h ver. 38. 


ch. 30. 25, 
31. & 37. 29. 
p ch. 30. 34. 
& 37. 29. 


i Gen. 17. 14. 
ch. 12. 1.5. 
Lev. 7. 20, 
21. 




k ch. 2.5. 6. 
& 37. 29. 






Lev. 19. 3, 
30. & 26. 2. 
Ezek. 20. 12, 
20. & 44. 24. 


1 ver. 25. 




t Heb. 
xnllrrl. 
Lev. 2. 13. 


r oh. 20. 8. 
Deut. 5. 12. 
Ezek. 20.12. 



Bezaleel and Aholiah are called. 

the tabernacle of the congregation, "where 

1 will meet with thee : "it shall be unto you 
most holy. 

37 And as for the perfume which thou 
shalt make, °ye shall not make to yourselves 
according to the composition thereof : it shall 
be unto thee holy for the Lord. 

38 pWhosoever shall make like unto that, 
to smell thereto, shall even be cut off from 
his people. 

CHAP. XXXL 

2 Bezaleel and Aholiah are called and made meet for 
the work of the tabernacle. 12 The observation of the 
sabbath is again commanded. 18 Moses receiveth the 
two tables. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ing, 

2 ^See, I have called by name Bezaleel 
the ^son of Uri, the son of Hur, of the 
tribe of Judah : 

3 And I have •= filled him with the spirit 
of God, in wisdom, and in understanding, 
and in knowledge, and in all manner of 
workmanship, 

4 To devise cunning works, to work in 
gold, and in silver, and in brass, 

5 And in cutting of stones to set them, 
and in carving of timber, to work in all man- 
ner of workmanship. 

6 And I, behold, I have given with him 
''Ahohab the son of Ahisamach, of the tribe 
of Dan ; and in the hearts of all that are 
^wise-hearted I have put wisdom ; that they 
may make all that I have commanded thee : 

7 ^The tabernacle of the congregation, and 
^the ark of the testimony, and ''the mercy- 
seat that is thereupon, and all the t furni- 
ture of the tabernacle, 

8 And 'the table and his furniture, and 
''the pure candlestick with all his furniture, 
and the altar of incense, 

9 And ' the altar of burnt-offering with all 
his furniture, and ™the laver and his foot, 

10 And "the clothes of service, and the 
holy garments for Aaron the priest, and the 
garments of his sons, to minister in the 
priest's office, 

11 °And the anointing oil, and p sweet 
incense for the holy place : according to all 
that I have commanded thee shall they do. 

12 HAnd the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

13 Speak thou also unto the children of 
Israel, saying, i Verily my sabbaths ye shall 
keep : for it is a sign between me and you 
throughout your generations ; that ye may 
know that I am the Lord that doth sanctify 

you. 

14 ""Ye shall keep the sabbath therefore : 
for it is holy unto you. Every one that defiletli 

82 



Hie people cause Aaron to make a calf. CHAP. XXXII. 



Moses hrealceth the two tables. 



it shall surely be put to death : for ^ wlioso- 
ever doeth any work therein, that soul shall 
be cut ofl" from among his people. 

15 *Six days may work be done, but in the 
"seventh is the sabbath of rest, t holy to the 
Loud: whosoever doeth any work in the 
sabbath-day he shall surely be put to death. 

IG Wherefore the children of Israel shall 
keep the sabbath, to observe the sabbath 
throughout their generations, for a perpetual 
covenant. 

17 It is ^a. sign between me and the child- 
ren of Israel for ever : for y in six days the 
Lord made heaven and earth, and on the 
seventh day he rested and was refreshed. 

18 HAnd he gave unto Moses, when he 
had made an end of communing with him 
upon mount Sinai, ==two tables of testimony, 
tables of stone, written with the finger of 
God. 

CHAP. xxxn. 

] The people, in the absence of Moses, cause Aaron to make 
a calf. 7 God is angered thereby. 11 At the entreaty 
of Moses he is appeased. 15 Moses comet h down with 
the tables. 19 He breaketh them. 20 He destroy eth 
the calf. 22 Aaron''s excuse for himself. 25 Moses 
causeth the idolaters to be slain. 30 He prayeth for 
the people. 

AND when the people saw that Moses 
* delayed to come down out of the 
mount, the people gathered themselves toge- 
ther unto Aaron, and said unto him, ''Up, 
make us gods which shall ''go before us: for 
as for this Moses, the man that brought us 
up out of the land of Egypt, we wot not 
what is become of him. 

2 And Aaron said unto them. Break off 
the "^golden ear-rings which are in the ears 
of your wives, of your sons, and of your 
daughters, and bring tlier}i unto me. 

3 And all the people brake off the golden 
which were in their ears, and 

them unto Aaron. 

4 ^And he received them at their hand, 
and fashioned it with a graving tool, after he 
had made it a molten calf: and they said, 
These he thy gods, O Israel, which brought 
thee up out of the land of Egypt. 

5 And when Aaron saw it, he built an altar 
before it; and Aaron made ^proclamation, 
and said. To-morrow is a feast to the Lord. 

6 And they rose up early on the morrow, 
and offered burnt-offerings, and brought 
peace-offerings: and the ^people sat down 
to eat and to drink, and rose up to play. 

7 HAnd the Lord said unto Moses, ''Go, 
get thee down : for thy people, which thou 
broughtest out of the land of Egypt, ^have 
corrupted themselves : 

8 They have turned aside quickly out of 
the way which "^ I commanded them: they 



ear-rmgs 
brought 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491 



s oil. a5. 2. 

Numb. 15. 

35. 

t ch. 20. 9. 

u Gen. 2. 2. 
ch. K). 23. 
& 20. 10. 
t llel). 
holiness. 



X ver. ^X 

Ezek. 20. 12, 

20. 

y Gen. 1. 31 

&2. 2. 



1491. 



z ch. 24. 12. 
& 32. 15, 16. 
& 34. 28, 20. 
Deiit. 4. 13. 
&5. 22.&9. 
10, 11. 
2 Cor. 3. 3. 



1491. 

a ch. 24. 18. 
Deut. 9. 9. 



b Acts 7. 40. 
c ch. 13. 21. 



d Jiiilg. 8. 
24, 25, 26, 



p ch. 20. 23. 
Dent. 9. Hi. 
.ludg. 17. 3, 

l' Kings 12. 

28. 

Nch. 9. 18. 
Ps. lOfi. 19. 
Isai. 4G. fi. 
Act3 7. 41. 
Rom. 1. 23. 



f Lev. 23. 2, 

4, 21, 37. 

2 Kings 10. 

20. 

2 Chron. 30. 

5 



1 Cor. 10. 



h Tietit. 9. 12. 
vor. 1. 
ch. .33. 1. 
Dim. 9. 24. 
i Gen. C. II, 
12. 

Dent. 4. IC. 
& 32. 5. 
.Iiulg. 2. 19. 
Hos. 9. 9. 
k ch. 20. 3, 
4, 2:j. 
Prut. 9. 16. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



1 1 Kings 12. 

28. 



m ch. 33. 3. 
5. & 34. 9. 
Deut. 9. 6, 

13. & 31. 27. 
2 Chron. 30. 
8. 

Isai. 48. 4. 
Acts 7. 51. 
n Deut. 9. 

14, 19. 

o ch. 22. 24. 

p Numb. 14. 
12. 



q Deut. 9. 
18, 26, 27. 
28, 29. 
Ps. 74. 1, 2. 
& 106. 23. 
t Heb. 
the face of 
the Lord. 



r Numb. 14. 
13. 

Deut. 9. 28. 
& 32. 27. 



s ver. 14. 



t Gen. 22. 
16. 

Hebr. 6. 13. 
u Gen. 12. 
7. & 13. 15. 
& 1.5. 7. 18. 
&26.4.&28. 
13. & 35. II, 
J2. 



w Deut 32. 

26. 

2 Sam. 24. 

16. 

1 Chron. 21. 

15. 

Ps. 106. 45. 

Jer. 18. 8. 

& 26. 13, 19. 

.loel 2. 13. 

Jonah 3. 10. 

& 4. 2. 

.\ Deut. 9. 

15. 



y ch. 31. 18. 



t Heb. 
weakness. 



z Deut. 9. 10, 
17. 



a Deut. 9. 
21. 



b Gen. 20. 
9. Sl 26. 10. 



c ch. 14. 11. 
& 1.5. 24. & 
16. 2, 20, 28. 
& 17. 2, 4. 



have made them a molten calf, and have wor- 
shipped it, and have sacrificed thereunto, and 
said, 'These be thy gods, O Israel, which 
have brought thee up out of the land of Egypt. 

9 And the Lord said unto Moses, '"I have 
seen this people, and behold, it is a stiff- 
necked people : 

10 Now therefore "let me alone, that "= my 
wrath may wax hot against them, and that I 
may consume them: and I'l will make of 
thee a great nation. 

11 "J And Moses besought t the Lord his 
God, and said. Lord, why doth thy wrath 
wax hot against thy people, which thou hast 
brought forth out of the land of Egypt, with 
great power, and with a mighty hand ? 

12 "^ Wherefore should the Egyptians 
speak and say. For mischief did he bring 
them out, to slay them in the mountains, and 
to consume them from the face of the earth? 
Turn from thy fierce wrath, and ^ repent of 
this evil against thy people. 

13 Remember Abraham, Isaac, and Israel, 
thy servants, to whom thou ^swarestby thine 
own self, and saidst unto them, "I will mul- 
tiply your seed as the stars of heaven, and all 
this land that I have spoken of will I give unto 
your seed, and they shall inherit it for ever. 

14 And the Lord ^^ repented of the evil 
which he thought to do unto his people. 

15 IT And '^ Moses turned, and went down 
from the mount, and the two tables of the 
testimony were in his hand : the tables were 
written on both their sides ; on the one side 
and on the other were they written. 

16 And the y tables were the work of God, 
and the writing was the writing of God, 
graven upon the tables. 

17 And when Joshua heard the noise of 
the people as they shouted, he said unto 
Moses, There is a noise of war in the camp. 

18 And he said, // is not the voice of them 
that shout for mastery, neither is it the voice 
of them that cry for f being overcome : hut 
the noise of them that sing do I hear. 

19 IT And it came to pass as soon as he 
came nigh unto the camp, that ==he saw the 
calf, and the dancing: and Moses' anger 
waxed hot, and he cast the tables out of his 
hands, and brake them beneath the mount. 

20 ^ And he took the calf which they had 
made, and burnt it in the fire, and ground it 
to powder, and strewed it upon the water, 
and made the children of Israel drink of it. 

21 And Moses said unto Aaron, ''What 
did this people unto thee, that thou hast 
brought so great a sin upon them ? 

22 And Aaron said, Let not the anger of 
my lord wax hot: ''thou knowest the people, 
that they are set on mischief. 

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Moses causeth the idolaters to he slain. 



EXODUS. 



23 For they said unto me, "^ Make us gods 
which shall go before us: for as for this 
Moses, the man that brought us up out of 
the land of Egypt, we wot not what is be- 
come of him. 

24 And I said unto them. Whosoever 
hath any gold, let them break it off. So they 
gave it me : then 1 cast it into the fire, and 
there "^came out this calf. 

25 IT And when Moses saw that the peo- 
ple were ^naked, (for Aaron ^had made them 
naked unto their shame among t their ene- 
mies,) 

26 Then Moses stood in the gate of the 
camp, and said. Who is on the Lord's side ? 
let him come unto me. And all the sons of 
Levi gathered themselves together unto 
him. 

27 And he said unto them. Thus saith 
the Lord God of Israel, Put every man his 
sword by his side, and go in and out from 
gate to gate throughout the camp, and ^'slay 
every man his brother, and every man his 
companion, and every man his neighbour. 

28 And the children of Levi did accord- 
ing to the word of Moses : and there fell of 
the people that day about three thousand 
men. 

29 ' II For Moses had said, t Consecrate 
yourselves to-day to the Lord, even every 
man upon his son, and upon his brother ; 
that he may bestow upon you a blessing this 
day. 

30 IF And it came to pass on the morrow, 
that Moses said unto the people, ''Ye have 
sinned a great sin : and now I will go up 
unto the Lord; 'peradventure I shall '"make 
an atonement for your sin. 

31 And Moses "returned unto the Lord, 
and said. Oh, this people have sinned a great 
sin, and have °made them gods of gold. 

32 Yet now, if thou wilt forgive their sin : 
and if not, Pblot me, I pray thee, 'lout of thy 
book which thou hast written. 

33 And the Lord said unto Moses, 
■■ Whosoever hath sinned against me, him will 
I blot out of my book. 

34 Therefore now go, lead the people un- 
to the place of which I have spoken unto 
thee : * Behold, mine Angel shall go before 
thee : nevertheless, * in the day when I visit, 
I will visit their sin upon them. 

35 And the Lord plagued the people, 
because "they made the calf which Aaron 
made. 

CHAP. xxxm. 

1 The Lord refuseth to go as he had promised with the 
people. 4 The people murmur thereat. 7 The taber- 
nacle is removed out of the camp. 9 The Lord talketh 
familiarly with Moses. 12 Moses desireth to see the 
jlory of God. 



SI 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

d ver. 1. 



e ver. 4. 



fch. 33.4,5. 
K 2 Chron. 
28. 19. 
t Heb. 
those that 
rose up a- 
gainst them. 



h Numb. 25. 

5. 

Deut. 33. 9. 



i Numb. 25. 
II, 12, 13. 
Deut. 13. 
fi,— 11. & 
33. 9, 10. 

I Sam. 15. 
18, 22. 
Prov. 21. 3. 
Zech. 13. 3. 
Matt. 10. 37. 

II Or, Jlnd 
Moses said. 
Consecrate 
yourselves 
to-day to the 
Lord, be- 
cause cverp 
711 an liath 
been agai'iist 
his son, and 
against his 
hr other, 6rc. 
t Heb. 

Fill your 

hands. 

k 1 Sam. 12. 

20, 23. 

I.uko 15.18. 

1 2 Sam. 16. 

12. 

Amos 5. 15. 

m Numb. 25. 

13. 

n Deut. 9. 

18. 

o ch. 20. 23. 

p Ps. 69. 28. 

Rom. 9. 3. 

q Ps. 50. 8. 

& 139. 16. 

Dan. 12. 1. 

Phil. 4. 3. 

Rev. 3. 5. 

& 13. 8. & 

]7. 8. & 20. 

J2, 15. & 21. 

27. fe 22. 19. 

r Lev. 23. 30. 

Ezek. 18. 4. 

s ch. 33. 2, 

14, &c. 

Numb. 20. 

16. 

t Deut 32. 

35. 

Amos 3. 14. 

Rora. 2. 5, 6. 



u 2 Sam. 12. 

9. 

Acts 7. 41 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



a ch. 32. 7. 



b Gen. 12. 

7. 

ch. 32. 13. 

c ch. 32. 34. 

& 34. 11. 

d Deut. 7. 

22. 

Josh. 24. 11. 



e ch. 3. 8. 

f ver. 15, 17. 

e ch. 32. 9. 

&, 34. 9. 

Deut. 9. 6, 

13. 

h ch. 2.3. 21. 

& 32. 10. 

Numb. 16. 

21, 45. 

i Numb. 14. 

1, 39. 

k Lev. 10. 6. 

2 Sam. 19. 

24. 

1 Kings 21. 
27. 

2 Kings 19. 

Esther 4. 1, 

4. 

Ezra 9. 3. 

Job 1. 20. & 

2 12 

Isai. 32. 11. 

Ezek. 24. 17, 

23. & 26. 16. 

1 ver. 3. 

m See 

Numb. 16. 

45,46. 

n Deut. 8. 2. 

Ps. 139. 23. 



o ch. 29. 42, 
43. 



p Deut. 4. 

29. 

2 Sam. 21. 1. 



q Numb. 16. 

27. 



r cli. 25. 22. 
& 31. 18. 
Ps. 99. 7. 



s ch. 4. 31. 



t Gen. 32. 
.30. 

Numb. 12.8. 
Deut. 34. 10. 



u ch. 24. 13. 



X ch. 32. 34. 



y ver. 17. 
Gen. 18. 19. 
Ps. 1. 6. 
Jer. 1. 5. 
Joliii 10. 14, 
1.5. 

2Tim. 2. 19. 
z ch. 34. 9. 



God talketh familiarly with Moses. 

AND the Lord said unto Moses, Depart 
and go up hence, thou ^ and the people 
which thou hast brought up out of the land 
of Egypt, unto the land which I sware unto 
Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, saying, 
''Unto thy seed will I give it: 

2 "^And I will send an angel before thee ; 
•^and I will drive out the Canaanite, the 
Amorite, and the Hittite, and the Perizzite, 
the Hivite, and the Jebusite : 

3 ^Unto a land flowing with milk and 
honey: ^for I will not go up in the midst of 
thee; for thou art a & stiff-necked people: 
lest ''I consume thee in the way. 

4 IT And when the people heard these evil 
tidings, ' they mourned: ''and no man did 
put on him his ornaments. 

5 For the Lord had said unto Moses, 
Say unto the children of Israel, ' Ye are a 
stiff-necked people : I will come up "" into 
the midst of thee in a moment, and consume 
thee : therefore now put off thy ornaments 
from thee, that I may "know what to do unto 
thee. 

6 And the children of Israel stripped 
themselves of their ornaments by the mount 
Horeb. 

7 And Moses took the tabernacle, and 
pitched it without the camp afar off from 
the camp, °and called it the Tabernacle of 
the Congregation. And it came to pass, that 
every one which p sought the Lord, went 
out unto the tabernacle of the congregation, 
which was without the camp. 

8 And it came to pass when Moses went 
out unto the tabernacle, that all the people 
rose up, and stood every man '^at his tent- 
door, and looked after Moses, until he was 
gone into the tabernacle. 

9 And it came to pass, as Moses entered 
into the tabernacle, the cloudy pillar descend- 
ed, and stood at the door of the tabernacle, 
and the LORD >■ talked with Moses. 

10 And all the people saw the cloudy 
pillar stand at the tabernacle-door : and all 
the people rose up and « worshipped, every 
man m his tent-door. 

11 And 'the Lord spake unto Moses 
face to face, as a man speaketh unto his 
friend. And he turned again into the camp ; 
but "his servant Joshua the son of Nun, a 
young man, departed not out of the taber- 
nacle. 

12 IF And Moses said unto the Lord, See, 
nhou sayest unto me, Bring up this people: 
and thou hast not let me know whom thou 
wilt send with me. Yet thou hast said, yl 
know thee by name, and thou hast also 
found grace in my sight, 

13 Now therefore, I pray thee, ^if I have 

84 



Moses desireth to see God'^s glory. 

found grace in thy sight, ^ shew me now thy 
way, that I may know thee, that I may find 
grace in thy sight: and consider that this 
nation is ''thy people. 

14 And he said, •^My presence shall go 
with thee, and I will give thee ''rest. 

15 And he said unto him, ^If thy presence 
go not with me, carry us not up hence. 

16 For wherein shall it be known here 
that I and thy people have found grace in 
thy sight? ^Is it not in that thou goest with 
us ? So ? shall we be separated, I and thy 
people, from all the people that are upon the 
face of the earth. 

17 And the Lord said unto Moses, ''I 
will do this thing also that thou hast spoken : 
for 'thou hast found grace in my sight, and 
I know thee by name. 

18 And he said, I beseech thee, shew 
me ""thy glory. 

19 And he said, 'I will make all my good- 
ness pass before thee, and I will proclaim 
the name of the Lord before thee ; ""and will 
be " gracious to whom I will be gracious, 
and will shew mercy on whom I will shew 
mercy. 

20 And he said. Thou canst not see my 
face: for ° there shall no man see me, and 
live. 

21 And the Lord said. Behold, there is 
a place by me, and thou shalt stand upon a 
rock : 

22 And it shall come to pass, while my 
glory passeth by, that I will put thee Pin a 
cleft of the rock ; and will i cover thee with 
my hand while I pass by : 

23 And I will take away mine hand, and 
thou shalt see my back parts : but my face 
shall ■■ not be seen. 

CHAP. XXXIV. 

1 The tables are renewed. 5 The name of the LORD 
proclairned. 8 Moses entreateth God to go with thevi. 
10 God maketh a covenant with them, repeating certain 
duties of the first table. 28 Moses after forty days in 
the mount cometh down with the tables. 29 His face 
shineth, and he covereth it tvith a vail. 

AND the Lord said unto Moses, ^Hew 
thee two tables of stone like unto the 
first : ''and I will write upon these tables the 
words that were in the first tables which thou 
brakest. 

2 And be ready in the morning, and come 
up in the morning unto mount Sinai, and 
present thyself there to me ''in the top of 
the mount. 

3 And no man shall ^come up with thee, 
neither let any man be seen throughout all 
the mount : neither let the flocks nor herds 
feed before that mount. 

4 T And he hewed two tables of stone, like 



CHAP. XXXIV. 



God^s covenant with Israel, 



Before 

CHRIST 

i491. 

n Ps. 25. 4. 

&i!T. 11. & 

80. 11. & 

110. 33. 

1) Deut. 9. 

26, 2'J. 

Joel 2. 17. 

c ch. 13. 21. 

& 40. 34 — 

38 

Isai. 63. 9. 

d Deut. 3. 

20. 

Josh. 21.44. 

& 22. 4. & 

23. 1. 

Ps. 95. 11. 

e ver. 3. 

ch. 34. 9. 

fNumb. 14. 

14. 

g ch. 34. 10. 

Deut. 4. 7, 

34. 

2 Sam. 7. 

23. 

1 Kings 8. 

.53. 

Ps. 147. 20. 

h Gen. 19. 

21. 

James 5. 16. 

i ver. 12. 



k ver. 20. 
ITim. 6. 16. 
1 ch. 34. 5, 
6, 7. 
Jer. 31. 14. 

m Rom. 9. 
15, 16, 18. 

n Rom. 4. 
4, 16. 



o G«n. 32. 

30. 

Deut. 5. 24. 

Judg. 6.22. 

& 13. 22. 

Isai. 6. 5. 

Rev. 1. 16, 

IT. 

See ch. 24. 

10. 



p Isai. 3. 21. 
qPs.91.1,4. 



r ver. 20. 
John 1. 18. 



a ch. 32. 16, 

19. 

Deut. 10. 1. 

b ver. 28. 
Deut. 10. 2, 
4. 



c ch. 19. 20. 
& 24. 12. 



d ch. 19. 12, 
13, 21. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



e ch. 33. 19. 
Numb. 14. 
17 



f Numb. 14. 

18. 

2 Chron. 30. 

9. 

Neh. 9. 17. 

Ps. 86. 15. & 

103. 8. & 

111. 4. & 

112. 4. & 
116. 5. &. 
145. 8. 
Joel 2. 13. 
gPs. 31.19. 
Rom. 2. 4. 
h Ps. 57. 10. 
& 108. 4. 

i ch. 20. 6. 
Deut. 5. 10. 
Ps. 86. 15. 
Jer. 32. 18. 
Dan. 9. 4. 
k Ps. 103. 3. 
& 130. 4. 
Dan. 9. 9. 
Eph. 4. 32. 
1 John 1. 9. 

1 ch. 23. 7, 
21. 

Josh. 24. 19. 
Job 10. 14. 
Mich. 6. 11. 
Nah. 1.3. 
m ch. 4- 31. 
n ch. 33. 15, 
16. 

o ch. 33. 3. 
p Deut. 32. 

Ps. 28. 9. & 
33. 12. & 7a 
62. & 94. 14. 
Jer. 10. 16. 
Zech. 2. 12. 
q Deut. 5. 2. 
& 29. 12, 14. 
r Deut. 4. 
32. 

2 Sam. 7.23. 
Ps. 77. 14. 
& 78. 12. 

& 147. 20. 

s Deut. 10. 

21. 

Ps. 145. 6. 

Isai. 64. 3. 

t Deut. 5. 
32. & 6. 3, 
25. & 12. 
28, 32. & 
28. 1. 
u ch. 33. 2. 



X ch. 23. 32. 
Deut. 7. 2. 
Judg. 2. 2. 

y ch. 23. 33. 



z ch.23.24. 
Deut. 12. 3. 
Judg. 2. 2. 
t Heb. 
statues. 
a Deut. 7. 

5. & 12. 2. 
Judg. 6. 25. 
2 Kings 18. 
4. & 23. 14. 
2 Chron. 31. 
1. & 34. 3, 4. 
bch.20.3,5. 
c So Isai. 9. 

6. & 57. 15. 
d oh. 20. 5. 
e ver. 12. 

f Deut. 31. 
16. 

Judg. 2. 17. 
Jer. 3. 9. 
Ezek. 6. 9. 
s Numb. 25. 

rCor.10.27. 
h Ps. 106. 28. 
1 Cor. 8. 4, 

7. 10. 

i Deut. 7. 3. 

1 Kings 11. 

2. 

Ezra 9. 2. 

Nrh. 13. 25. 

k Numb. 25. 

1, 2. 

1 Kings 11. 

4. 

I ch. 32. 8. 

Lev. 19,4. 

m ch. 12. 15. 

& 23. 15. 



unto the first ; and Moses rose up early in 
the morning, and went up unto mount Sinai, 
as the Lord had commanded him, and took 
in his hand the two tables of stone. 

5 And the Lord descended in the cloud, 
and stood with him there, and ^proclaimed 
the name of the Lord. 

6 And the Lord passed by before him, 
and proclaimed. The Lord, The Lord '^God, 
merciful and gracious, long-sufferiu'g, and 
abundant in & goodness and ''truth, 

7 'Keeping mercy for thousands, ''forgiv- 
ing iniquity and transgression and sin, and 
' that will by no means clear the guilty ; visit- 
ing the iniquity of the fathers upon the 
children, and upon the children's children, 
unto the third and to the fourth genera- 
tion. 

8 And Moses made haste, and "" bowed 
his head toward the earth, and worshipped. 

9 And he said, If now I have found grace 
in thy sight, O Lord, "let my Lord, I pray 
thee, go among us (for °it is a stiflf-necked 
people), and pardon our iniquity and our sin, 
and take us for p thine inheritance. 

10 *![ And he said. Behold, <i I make a co- 
venant : before all thy people I will ■'do 
marvels, such as have not been done in all 
the earth, nor in any nation : and all the 
people among which thou art shall see the 
work of the Lord : for it is ^ a terrible thing 
that I will do with thee. 

11 * Observe thou that which I command 
thee this day : Behold, "I drive out before 
thee the Amorite, and the Canaanite, and 
the Hittite, and the Perizzite, and the Hi- 
vite, and the Jebusite. 

12 ^Take heed to thyself, lest thou make 
a covenant with the inhabitants of the land 
whither thou goest, lest it be for y a snare in 
the midst of thee : 

13 But ye shall ^destroy their altars, break 
their t images, and ^cut down their groves : 

14 For thou shalt worship ''no other god: 
for the Lord, whose ""name is Jealous, is a 
''jealous God: 

15 ^Lest thou make a covenant with the 
inhabitants of the land, and they ''go a 
whoring after their gods, and do sacrifice 
unto their gods, and one § call thee, and thou 
''eat of his sacrifice; 

16 And thou take of 'their daughters 
unto thy sons, and their daughters ''go a 
whoring after their gods, and make thy sons 
go a whoring after their gods. 

17 'Thou shalt make thee no molten 
gods. 

18 II The feast of "'unleavened bread shalt 
thou keep. Seven days shalt thou eat un- 
leavened bread, as I commanded thee, in 

85 



Moses'' face shineth, 

the time of the month Abib: for in the 
"month Abib thou earnest out from Egypt. 

19 °A11 that openeth the matrix is mine : 
and every firsthng among thy cattle, whether 
ox or sheep, that is male. 

20 But Pthe firsthng of an ass thou shalt 
redeem with a || lamb : and if thou redeem 
him not, then shalt thou break his neck. All 
the first-born of thy sons thou shalt redeem. 
And none shall appear before me •! empty. 

21 1[''Sixdays thou shalt work, but on 
the seventh day thou shalt rest: in earing- 
time and in harvest thou shalt rest. 

22 IF 'And thou shalt observe the feast of 
weeks, of the first-fruits of wheat-harvest, 
and the feast of ingathering at the t year's 
end. 

23 1[ * Thrice in the year shall all your 
men-children appear before the Lord God, 
the God of Israel. 

24 For I will "cast out the nations before 
thee, and ''enlarge thy borders : y neither 
shall any man desire thy land, when thou 
shalt go up to appear before the Lord thy 
God thrice in the year. 

25 ^ Thou shalt not oflfer the blood of 
my sacrifice with leaven, '^neither shall the 
sacrifice of the feast of the passover be left 
until the morning. 

26 ''The first of the first-fruits of thy land 
thou shalt bring unto the house of the Lord 
thy God. *= Thou shalt not seethe a kid in 
his mother's milk. 

27 And the Lord said unto Moses, 
Write thou ^ these words : for after the tenor 
of these words I have made a covenant with 
thee, and with Israel. 

28 *= And he was there with the Lord forty 
days and forty nights ; he did neither eat 
bread nor drink water. And ^ he wrote upon 
the tables the words of the covenant, the ten 
t commandments. 

29 IF And it came to pass when Moses 
came down from mount Sinai (with the 
stwo tables of testimony in Moses' hand, 
when he came down from the mount) that 
Moses wist not that '' the skin of his face 
shone, while he talked with him. 

30 And when Aaron and all the children 
of Israel saw Moses, behold, the skin of his 
face shone; and they were afraid to come 
nigh him. 

31 And Moses called unto them; and 
Aaron and all the rulers of the congregation 
returned unto him : and Moses talked with 
them. 

32 And afterward all the children of Israel 
came nigh: 'and he gave them in command- 
ment all that the Lord had spoken with him 
in mount Sinai, 



EXODUS. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1491. 


1491. 


n ch. 13. 4. 


k 2 Cor. 3. 


o ch. 13. 2, 


13. 


12. & 22. 29. 


1 2 Cor. 3. 


Ezek. 44. 30. 


16. 


Luke 2. 23. 




p oh. 13.13. 

Numb. 18. 






15. 




II Or, kid. 




q ch. 23. 15. 
Deut. IG. 16. 






1 Sam. 9. 7, 




8. 




2 Sam. 24. 




24. 




r ch. 20. 9. 




&. 23. 12. & 




.S.'i. 2. 




neut. 5. 12, 




13. 




Luke 13. 14. 




B ch. 23. If). 




Deut. 16. 10, 




13. 




t Hpb. 




revolution 




oftlie year. 




t rli. 23. 14, 


a ch. 34. 32. 


17. 




Deut. IG. 16. 




u ch. 33. 2. 


b ch. 20. 9. 


Lev. 18. 24. 


& 31. 14, 15. 


Deut. 7. 1. 


Lev. 23. 3. 


Ps. 78. 55. 


Numb. 15. 


& 80. 8. 


32, &c. 


X Deut. 12. 


Dent. 5. 12. 


20. & 19. 8. 


Luke 13. 14. 


y See Gen. 


t Heb. 


3.'). 5. 


holiness. 


2 Cliron. 17. 




10. 




Prov. IG. 7. 




Acts 18. 10. 


c ch. 16.23. 


z ch. 23. 18. 




a ch. 12. 10. 




b ch. 23. 19. 


d ch. 25. 1, 
2. 


Deut. 26. 2, 


10. 




ch. 23. 19. 




Deut. 14. 21. 






e ch. 25. 2. 


f! vor. 10. 




Deut- 4. 13. 




& 31. 9. 




e ch. 24. 18. 




Deut. 9. 9, 




18. 




f ver. 1. 


f ch. 25. 6. 


ch. 31. 18. 




& 32. 16. 




Deut. 4. 13. 




& 10. 2, 4. 




t Heb. 




words. 






g ch. 31. 6 


g ch. 32. 15. 




h Matt. 17. 


h ch. 26. 1, 


2 


2, &.C. 


2 Cor. 3. 7. 




13. 






i ch. 25. 10, 




&c. 




k ch. 25. 23. 




1 ch. 25. 30. 




Lev. 24. 5, 6. 




m ch.25.5l, 




&c. 




n ch. 30. 1. 


i ch. 24. 3. 


o ch. 30. 23. 




p ch. 30. 34. 



The free gifts for the tabernacle. 

33 And till Moses had done speaking with 
them, he put "^a vail on his face. 

34 But ' when Moses went in before the 
Lord to speak with him, he took the vail off, 
until he came out. And he came out and 
spake unto the children of Israel that which 
he was commanded. 

35 And the children of Israel saw the face 
of Moses, that the skin of Moses' face shone : 
and Moses put the vail upon his face again, 
until he went in to speak with Him. 

CHAP. XXXV. 

1 The sabbath. 4 The free gifts for the tabernacle. 20 
The readiness of the people to offer. 30 Bezaleel and 
Aholiab are called to the work. 

AND Moses gathered all the congregation 
of the children of Israel together, and 
said unto them, ^ These are the words which 
the Lord hath commanded, that ye should 
do them. 

2 ^ Six days shall work be done, but on 
the seventh day there shall be to you fan 
holy day, a sabbath of rest to the Lord : 
whosoever doeth work therein shall be put 
to death. 

3 *= Ye shall kindle no fire throughout your 
habitations upon the sabbath-day. 

4 IF And Moses spake unto all the con- 
gregation of the children of Israel, saying, 
'^ This is the thing which the Lord command- 
ed, saying, 

5 Take ye from among you an oflering 
unto the Lord : ^ whosoever is of a willing 
heart, let him bring it, an ofiering of the 
Lord; gold, and silver, and brass, 

6 And blue, and purple, and scarlet, and 
fine linen, and goats' hair., 

7 And rams' skins dyed red, and badgers' 
skins, and shittim-wood, 

8 And oil for the light, ^and spices 
anointing oil, and for the sweet incense, 

9 And onyx-stones, and stones to be 
for the ephod, and for the breast-plate. 

10 And ^ every wise-hearted among you 
shall come, and make all that the Lord hath 
commanded; 

11 ^The tabernacle, his tent, and his cov- 
ering, his taches, and his boards, his bars, 
his pillars, and his sockets; 

12 'The ark, and the staves thereof, loith 
the mercy-seat, and the vail of the covering; 

13 The ^ table, and his staves, and all his 
vessels, ^and the shew-bread ; 

14 ""The candlestick also for the light, 
and his furniture, and his lamps, with the oil 
for the light ; 

15 " And the incense-altar, and his staves, 
°and the anointing oil, and Pthe sweet in- 
cense, and the hanging for the door at the 
entering in of the tabernacle ; 

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for 



set 



The readiness of the people to offer. 



CHAP. XXXVI. The liberality of the people restrained. 



16 iThe altar of burnt-offering, with his 
brazen grate, his staves, and all his vessels, 
the laver and his foot ; 

17 "^The hangings of the court, his pillars, 
and their sockets, and the hanging for the 
door of the court; 

18 The pins of the tabernacle, and the 
pins of the court, and their cords ; 

19 ^The clothes of service, to do service 
in the holy place, the holy garments for 
Aaron the priest, and the garments of his 

. sons, to minister in the priest's office. 

20 IF And all the congregation of the 
children of Israel departed from the presence 
of Moses. 

21 And they came, every one ^whose heart 
stirred him up, and every one whom his 
spirit made willing, and they brought the 
Lord's offering to the work of the taber- 
nacle of the congregation, and for all his 
service, and for the holy garments. 

22 And they came, both men and women, 
as many as were willing-hearted, cf^^c? brought 
bracelets, and ear-rings, and rings, and ta- 
blets, all jewels of gold : and every man that 
offered, offered an offering of gold unto the 
Lord. 

23 And " every man with whom was found 
blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine linen, 
and goats' hair, and red skins of rams, and 
badgers' skins, brought them. 

24 Every one that did offer an offering of 
silver and brass brought the Lord's offer- 
ing : and every man with whom was found 
shittim-wood for any work of the service, 
brought it. 

25 And all the women that were ^ wise- 
hearted did spin with their hands, and brought 
that which they had spun, both of blue, and 
of purple, and of scarlet, and of fine linen. 

26 And all the women whose heart stirred 
them up in wisdom spun goats' hair. 

27 And ^the rulers brought onyx-stones, 
and stones to be set, for the ephod, and for 
the breast-plate ; 

28 And >' spice, and oil for the light, and 
for the anointing oil, and for the sweet 
incense. 

29 The children of Israel brought a Mvil- 
ling offering unto the Lord, every man 
and woman, whose heart made them wil- 
ling to bring, for all manner of work which 
the Lord had commanded to be made by 
the hand of Moses. 

30 IT And Moses said unto the children 
of Israel, See, ^the Lord hath called by 
name Bezaleel, the son of Uri, the son of 
Hur, of the tribe of Judah ; 

31 And he hath filled him with the spirit 
of God, in wisdom, in understanding}, and 



Berore 

CHRIST 

1491. 

q ch. 27. 1. 
r ch. 27. 9. 



s ch. 31. 10. 
& 39. 1, 41. 
Numb. 4. 5, 
C, &.C. 



t ver. 5, 22, 
26, 29. 
ch. 25. 2. & 
30. 2. 

1 Chron. 28. 
2.9. & 29. 9. 
Ezra 7. 27. 

2 Cor. a 12. 
& 9. 7. 



u 1 Chron. 
29. 8. 



w ch. 28. 3. 

& 31. 6. & 

36. 1. 

2 Kings 23. 

7. 

Prov. 31. 19, 

22, 24. 



X 1 Chron. 
29. 6. 
Ezra 2. 68. 



y ch. 30. 23. 



7. vor. 21. 
1 Chron. 29. 
9. 



a ch. 31. 2, 

&c. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



b ch. 31. 6. 



c vcr. 31. 
ch. 31. 3, 6. 

1 Kings 7. 
14. 

2 Chron. 2. 
14. 

Isai. 28. 26. 



1491. 

a ch. 28. 3. 
& 31. 6. & 
35. 10, 35. 



b ch. 25. 8. 



c ch. 35. 2, 

26. 

1 Chron. 29. 

5. 



d ch. 35. 27. 



c 2 Cor. 8. 
2, 3. 



fch. 26. 1. 



in knowledge, and in all manner of workman- 
ship ; 

32 And to devise curious works, to work 
in gold, and in silver, and in brass, 

33 And in the cutting of stones, to set 
them, and in carving of wood, to make any 
manner of cunning w^ork. 

34 And he hath put in his heart that he 
may teach, both he, and ''Aholiab, the son of 
Ahisamach, of the tribe of Dan. 

35 Them hath he •= filled with wisdom of 
heart, to work all manner of work, of the 
engraver, and of the cunning workman, and 
of the embroiderer, in blue, and in purple, 
in scarlet, and in fine linen, and of the 
weaver, even of them that do any work, and 
of those that devise cunning work. 

CHAP. XXXVL 

1 The offerings are delivered to the workmen. 5 The 
liberality of the people is restrained. 8 The curtains 
ofcherubims. \^ The curtains of goats' hair. 19 The 
covering of skins. 20 The boards with their sockets. 
31 The bars. 35 The vail. 37 The hanging for the 
door. 

THEN wrought Bezaleel and Aholiab, 
and every ^wise-hearted man, in whom 
the Lord put wisdom and understanding 
to know how to work all manner of work 
for the service of the ''sanctuary, according 
to all that the Lord had commanded. 

2 And Moses called Bezaleel and Aholiab, 
and every wise-hearted man, in whose heart 
the Lord had put wisdom, even every one 
^ whose heart stirred him up to come unto the 
work to do it : 

3 And they received of Moses all the offer- 
ing which the children of Israel ''had brought 
for the work of the service of the sanctuary, 
to make it withal. And they brought yet 
unto him free-offerings every morning. 

4 And all the wise men, that wrought 
all the work of the sanctuary, came every 
man from his work which they made ; 

5 H And they spake unto Moses, saying, 
•^The people bring much more than enough 
for the service of the work which the Lord 
commanded to make. 

6 And Moses gave commandment, and 
they caused it to be proclaimed throughout 
the camp, saying. Let neither man nor wo- 
man make any more work for the offering 
of the sanctuary. So the people were re- 
strained from bringino;. 

7 For the stuff they had was sufficient for 
all the work to make it, and too much. 

8 1[ ''And every wise-hearted man among 
them that wrought the work of the taber- 
nacle made ten curtains o/fine twined linen, 
and blue, and purple, and scarlet: with che- 
rubims of cunning work made he them. 

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The curtains, skins, boards, d^c. 

9 The length of one curtain was twenty 
and eight cubits, and the breadth of one 
curtain four cubits : the curtains were all 
of one size. 

10 And he coupled the five curtains one 
unto another : and the other five curtains 
he coupled one unto another. 

11 And he made loops of blue on the 
edge of one curtain from the selvedge in 
the coupling : likewise he made in the utter- 
most side of another curtain, in the coupling 
of the second, 

12 & Fifty loops made he in one curtain, 
and fifty loops made he in the edge of the 
curtain which was in the coupling of the 
second : the loops held one curtain to another. 

13 And he made fifty taches of gold, and 
coupled the curtains one unto another with 
the taches. So it became one tabernacle. 

14 H ^ And he made curtains q/" goats' hair 
for the tent over the tabernacle : eleven cur- 
tains he made them. 

15 The length of one curtain was thirty 
cubits, and four cubits was the breadth of 
one curtain : the eleven curtains were of 
one size. 

16 And he coupled five curtains by them- 
selves, and six curtains by themselves. 

17 And he made fifty loops upon the ut- 
termost edge of the curtain in the coupling, 
and fifty loops made he upon the edge of 
the curtain which coupleth the second. 

18 And he made fifty taches of brass to 
couple the tent together, that it might be 
one. 

19 ' And he made a covering for the 
tent of rams' skins dyed red, and a covering 
of badgers' skins above that. 

20 IF ''And he made boards for the taber- 
nacle of shittim-wood, standing up. 

21 The length of a board was ten cubits, 
and the breadth of a board one cubit and 
a half. 

22 One board had two tenons, equally 
distant one from another : thus did he make 
for all the boards of the tabernacle. 

23 And he made boards for the taber- 
nacle ; twenty boards for the south side 
southward : 

24 And forty sockets of silver he made 
under the twenty boards ; two sockets un- 
der one board for his two tenons, and two 
sockets under another board for his two 
tenons, 

25 And for the other side of the taber- 
nacle which is toward the north corner, he 
made twenty boards, 

26 And their forty sockets of silver; two 
sockets under one board, and two sockets 
under another board. 



EXODUS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



g ch. i>G. 5. 



h ch. 26. 7. 



i ch. 26. 14. 



k ch. 26. 15. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



t Heb. 
twined. 



t Heb. 

two sockets, 
two sockets 
under one 
board. 
1 ch. 26. 26. 



m ch. 26. 31. 



n ch. 26. 36. 



t Heb. 
the work 
of a needle- 
worker, or, 
embroiderer. 



a ch. 25. 10. 



for the tabernacle. 

27 And for the sides of the tabernacle 
westward he made six boards. 

28 And two boards made he for the cor- 
ners of the tabernacle in the two sides. 

29 And they were f coupled beneath, and 
coupled together at the head thereof, to 
one ring : thus he did to both of them in 
both the corners. 

30 And there were eight boards ; and their 
sockets were sixteen sockets of silver, f under 
every board two sockets. 

31 IT And he made ^bars o/" shittim-wood ; 
five for the boards of the one side of the 
tabernacle, 

32 And five bars for the boards of the 
other side of the tabernacle, and five bars 
for the boards of the tabernacle for the 
sides westward. 

33 And he made the middle bar to shoot 
through the boards from the one end to the 
other. 

34 And he overlaid the boards with gold, 
and made their rings of gold to be places for 
the bars, and overlaid the bars with gold. 

35 H And he made ™a vail of blue, and 
purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen : 
with cherubims made he it of cunning work, 

36 And he made thereunto four pillars 
of shittim-z^ooc?, and overlaid them with 
gold : their hooks were of gold ; and he 
cast for them four sockets of silver. 

37 IF And he made a " hanging for the 
tabernacle-door of blue, and purple, and 
scarlet, and fine twined linen, fof needle- 
work ; 

38 And the five pillars of it, with their 
hooks : and he overlaid their chapiters and 
their fillets with gold : but their five sockets 
were of brass. 

CHAP. XXXVII. 

1 The ark. 6 The mercy-seat with cherubims. 10 
The table with his vessels. 17 The candlestick with 
his lamps and instruments. 25 The altar of incense. 
29 The anointing oil and sweet inceTise. 

AND Bezaleel made ''the ark of shittim- 
wood : two cubits and a half was the 
length of it, and a cubit and a half the 
breadth of it, and a cubit and a half the 
height of it : 

2 And he overlaid it with pure gold 
within and without, and made a crown of 
gold to it round about. 

3 And he cast for it four rings of gold, 
to be set by the four corners of it : even 
two rings upon the one side of it, and two 
rings upon the other side of it. 

4 And he made staves of shittim-wood, 
and overlaid them with gold. 

5 And he put the staves into the rings 
by the sides of the ark, to bear the ark. 

88 



The mercy-scat^ and candlestick. 

6 IF And he made the ^mercy-seat of pure 
gold : two cubits and a half was the length 
thereof, and one cubit and a half the breadth 
thereof. 

7 And he made two cherubims of gold, 
beaten out of one piece made he them, on 
the two ends of the mercy-seat ; 

8 One cherub || on the end on this side, 
and another cherub || on the other end on 
that side : out of the mercy-seat made he 
the cherubims on the two ends thereof. 

9 And the cherubims spread out their 
wings on high, and covered with their wings 
over the mercy-seat, with their faces one to 
another; even to the mercy-seat-ward were 
the faces of the cherubims. 

10 HAnd he made ''the table o/shittim- 
wood: two cubits was the length thereof, 
and a cubit the breadth thereof, and a cubit 
and a half the height thereof: 

11 And he overlaid it wdth pure gold, 
and made thereunto a crown of gold round 
about. 

12 Also he made thereunto a border of 
an hand-breadth round about; and made a 
crown of gold for the border thereof round 
about. 

13 And he cast for it four rings of gold, 
and put the rings upon the four corners that 
were in the four feet thereof. 

14 Over against the border were the rings, 
the places for the staves to bear the table. 

15 And he made the staves of shittim- 
wood, and overlaid them with gold, to bear 
the table. 

16 And he made the vessels which were 
upon the table, his "^ dishes, and his spoons, 
and his bowls, and his covers || to cover 
withal, of pure gold. 

17 II And he made the ^candlestick of 
pure gold; of beaten work made he the 
candlestick; his shaft, and his branch, his 
bowls, his knops, and his flowers were of 
the same : 

18 And six branches going out of the 
sides thereof; three branches of the candle- 
stick out of the one side thereof, and three 
branches of the candlestick out of the other 
side thereof: 

19 Three bowls made after the fashion of 
almonds in one branch, a knop and a flower ; 
and three bowls made like almonds in another 
branch, a knop and a flower: so throughout 
the six branches going out of the candle- 
stick. 

20 And in the candlestick were four bowls 
made like almonds, his knops and his flow- 
ers: 

21 And a knop under two branches of 
the same, and a knop under two branches 

M 



CHAP, xxxvm. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

b ch. 25. 17. 



out of, lye. 
out of, (Vc. 



c ch. 25. 23. 



d ch. 25. 29, 

II Or, 

to pnvr out 

wilkal. 



e ch. 25. 31. 



Before 

CH RIST 

1491. 



f ch. 30. 1. 



§4' 



ch. 30. 23, 



a ch. 27. 1. 



b ch. 30. 18. 

II Or, bra- 
iKif glasses, 
t Heb. 
assembling 
by troops, 
as 1 Sam. 2. 
22. 



The altar of burnt-ojfering. 

of the same, and a knop under two branches 
of the same, according to the six branches 
going out of it. 

22 Their knops and their branches were 
of the same : all of it was one beaten work 
of pure gold. 

23 And he made his seven lamps, and his 
snuffers, and his snuflf-dishes, of pure gold. 

24 Of a talent of pure gold made he it, 
and all the vessels thereof. 

25 IF^And he made the incense-altar of 
shittim-wood : the length of it was a cubit, 
and the breadth of it a cubit; it was four- 
square ; and two cubits was the height of it; 
the horns thereof were of the same. 

26 And he overlaid it with pure gold, both 
the top of it, and the sides thereof round a- 
bout, and the horns of it : also he made unto 
it a crown of gold round about. 

27 And he made two rings of gold for it 
under the crown thereof, by the two corners 
of it, upon the two sides thereof, to be places 
for the staves to bear it withal. 

28 And he made the staves of shittim- 
wood and overlaid them with gold. 

29 "[[And he made ^the holy anointing 
oil, and the pure incense of sweet spices, 
according to the work of the apothecary. 

CHAP, xxxvm. 

1 The altar of hurnt-offering. 8 The laver of brass. 
9 The court. 21 The sum of that the people offered. 

ND ^he made the altar of burnt-offering 
of shittim-wood : five cubits was the 
length thereof, and five cubits the breadth 
thereof ; it was four-square ; and three cubits 
the height thereof, 

2 And he made the horns thereof on the 
four corners of it; the horns thereof were of 
the same : and he overlaid it with brass. 

3 And he made all the vessels of the altar, 
the pots, and the shovels, and the basins, 
and the flesh-hooks, and the fire-pans: all 
the vessels thereof made he of brass. 

4 And he made for the altar a brazen 
grate of net-work under the compass there- 
of beneath unto the midst of it. 

5 And he cast four rings for the four ends 
of the grate of brass, to be places for the 
staves. 

6 And he made the staves of shittim- 
wood, and overlaid them with brass. 

7 And he put the staves into the rings on 
the sides of the altar, to bear it withal ; he 
made the altar hollow with boards. 

8 II And he made '^the laver of brass, and 
the foot of it of brass, of the ||]ooking-glasses 
of the women t assembling, which assembled at 
the door of the tabernacle of the congre- 
gation. 

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A 



The court. The sum of 

9 ^ And he made "^the court: on the 
south side southward the hangings of the 
court were of fine twined hnen, an hundred 
cubits : 

10 Their pillars were twenty, and their 
brazen sockets twenty; the hooks of the pil- 
lars, and their fillets, were of silver, 

1 1 And for the north side, the hangings 
were an hundred cubits, their pillars were 
twenty, and their sockets of brass twenty : 
the hooks of the pillars, and their fillets, of 
silver. 

12 And for the west side were hangings 
of fifty cubits, their pillars ten, and their 
sockets ten; the hooks of the pillars, and 
their fillets, of silver. 

13 And for the east side eastward fifty 
cubits. 

14 The hangings of the one side of the 
gate were fifteen cubits; their pillars three, 
and their sockets three. 

15 And for the other side of the court- 
gate, on this hand and that hand, were hang- 
ings of fifteen cubits; their pillars three, and 
their sockets three. 

16 All the hangings of the court round 
about were of fine twined linen. 

17 And the sockets for the pillars were of 
brass; the hooks of the pillars, and their 
fillets, o/" silver; and the overlaying of their 
chapiters of silver; and all the pillars of the 
court were filleted with silver. 

18 And the hanging for the gate of the 
court was needle-work, q/blue, and purple, 
and scarlet, and fine twined linen : and twenty 
cubits was the length, and the height in the 
breadth was five cubits, answerable to the 
hangings of the court. 

19 And their pillars were four, and their 
sockets of brass four ; their hooks of silver, 
and the overlaying of their chapiters and 
their fillets of silver. 

20 And all the ^ pins of the tabernacle, and 
of the court round about, were of brass. 

21 IT This is the sum of the tabernacle, 
even of ®the tabernacle of testimony, as it 
was counted, according to the command- 
ment of Moses, for the service of the Le- 
vites, ^by the hand of Ithamar, son to Aaron 
the priest. 

22 And ^Bezaleel the son of Uri, the son 
of Hur, of the tribe of Judah, made all that 
the Lord commanded Moses. 

23 And with him was Aholiab, son of 
Ahisamach, of the tribe of Dan, an engraver, 
and a cunning workman, and an embroider- 
er in blue, and in purple, and in scarlet, and 
fine linen. 

24 All the gold that was occupied for the 
work in all the work of the holy jilace, 



EXODUS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

c ch. 27 9. 



d ch. 27. 19. 



e Numb. 1. 

50, 53. & 9. 

15. & 10. 11. 

& 17. 7, 8. & 

18. 2. 

2 Chron. 24. 

6. 

Arts 7. 44. 

f Numb. 4. 

28, 33. 

S ch. 31. 2, 
6. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

h ch. 30. 13, 

24. 

Lev. 5. 15. 

& 27. 3, 25. 

Numb. 3. 

47. & 18. 16. 



i ch. 30. 13, 
1.5. 

t Heb. 
a poll. 



k Numb. 1. 
46. 



I ch. 26. 19, 
21, 25, 32. 



a ch. 35. 23. 

b rh. 31. 10. 
& 35. 19. 



c ch. 28. 4. 



d ch. 28. 6. 



that the people offered, 

even the gold of the offering, was twenty 
and nine talents, and seven hundred and 
thirty shekels, after ^the shekel of the sanc- 
tuary. 

25 And the silver of them that were num- 
bered of the congregation was an hundred 
talents, and a thousand seven hundred and 
threescore and fifteen shekels, after the 
shekel of the sanctuary : 

26 "A bekah for tf^very man, that is, half 
a shekel, after the shekel of the sanctuary, 
for every one that went to be numbered, from 
twenty years old and upward, for '^six hun- 
dred thousand and three thousand and five 
hundred and fifty men. 

27 And of the hundred talents of silver 
were cast 'the sockets of the sanctuary, and 
the sockets of the vail; an hundred sockets 
of the hundred talents, a talent for a socket. 

28 And of the thousand seven hundred 
seventy and five shekels he made hooks for 
the pillars, and overlaid their chapiters, and 
filleted them. 

29 And the brass of the offering was 
seventy talents, and two thousand and four 
hundred shekels. 

30 And therewith he made the sockets to 
the door of the tabernacle of the congrega- 
tion, and the brazen altar, and the brazen 
grate for it, and all the vessels of the altar, 

31 And the sockets of the court round 
about, and the sockets of the court-gate, and 
all the pins of the tabernacle, and all the pins 
of the court round about. 

CHAP. XXXIX. 

1 The clothes of service a?id holy garments. 2 The 
ephod. 8 The breast-plate. 22 The robe of the ephod. 
27 The coats, mitre, and girdle of fine linen. 30 The 
plate of the holy crown. 32 All is viewed and approved 
by Moses. 

AND of ^ the blue, and purple, and scarlet, 
they made ^clothes of service, to do 
service in the holy p/ace, and made the holy 
garments for Aaron; "^as the Lord com- 
manded Moses. 

2 ^ And he made the ephod of gold, 
blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine twined 
linen. 

3 And they did beat the gold into thin 
plates, and cut it into wires, to work it in the 
blue, and in the purple, and in the scarlet, 
and in the fine linen, with cunning work. 

4 They made shoulder-pieces for it, to 
couple it together: by the two edges was it 
coupled together. 

5 And the curious girdle of his ephod, that 
was upon it, was of the same, according to 
the work thereof ; of gold, blue, and purple, 
and scarlet, and fine twined hnen ; as the 
Lord commanded Moses. 

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The ephod, breast-plate, robe, Sfc. 



CHAP. XXXIX. are all viewed and approved by Moses. 



GH^And they wrought onyx-stones inclosed 
in ouches of gold, graven as signets are gra- 
ven, with the names of the children of Israel. 

7 And he put them on the shoulders of 
the ephod, that they should be stones for a 
'"memorial to the children of Israel ; as the 
Lord commanded Moses. 

8 IF ^ And he made the breast-plate of cun- 
ning work, like the work of the ephod ; 
of gold, blue, and purple, and scarlet, and 
fine twined linen. 

9 It was four-square ; they made the breast- 
plate double : a span was the length thereof, 
and a span the breadth thereof, 6em_^ doubled. 

10 ^ And they set in it four rows of stones : 
the first row was a || sardius, a topaz, and 
a carbuncle : this ivas the first row. 

11 And the second row, an emerald, a 
sapphire, and a diamond. 

12 And the third row, a ligure, an agate, 
and an amethyst. 

13 And the fourth row, a beryl, an onyx, 
and a jasper : they were inclosed in ouches 
of gold in their inclosings. 

14 And the stones were accordinor to the 
names of the children of Israel, twelve, ac- 
cording to their names, like the engravings 
of a signet, every one with his name, accord- 
ing to the twelve tribes. 

15 And they made upon the breast-plate 
chains at the ends, o/" wreathen work o/pure 
gold. 

16 And they made two ouches of gold, 
and two gold rings, and put the two rings 
in the two ends of the breast-plate. 

17 And they put the two wreathen chains 
of gold in the two rings on the ends of the 
breast-plate. 

18 And the two ends of the two wreathen 
chains they fastened in the two ouches, and 
put them on the shoulder-pieces of the ephod, 
before it. 

19 And they made two rings of gold, and 
put them on the two ends of the breast-plate, 
upon the border of it, which was on the 
side of the ephod inward, 

20 And they made two other golden rings, 
and put them on the two sides of the ephod 
underneath, toward the forepart of it, over 
against the other coupling thereof, above 
the curious girdle of the ephod : 

21 And they did bind the breast-plate by 
his rings unto the rings of the ephod with 
a lace of blue, that it might be above the 
curious girdle of the ephod, and that the 
breast-plate might not be loosed from the 
ephod; as the Lord commanded Moses. 

22 IT 'And he made the robe of the ephod 
of woven work, all of blue. 

23 And there was a hole in the midst of 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

e cli. 28. 9. 



f ch. 28. 12. 



g ch. 28. 15. 



h ch 28. 17, 

&c. 

II Or, ruby. 



\ cli.28.31. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



k cli. 23. 33. 



1 ch. 28. 39, 
40. 



m ch. 28. 4, 

39 

Ezek. 44.18. 

n ch. 28. 42. 



o ch. 28. 39. 



§7.^ 



ch. 28. 3G, 



q ver.42,43. 
oil. 25. 40. 



t Heb. 
the incense 
of sweet 
spices. 



the robe, as the hole of an habergeon, with 
a band round about the hole, that it should 
not rend. 

24 And they made upon the hems of the 
robe pomegranates of blue, and purple, and 
scarlet, and twined li7ien. 

25 And they made ''bells of pure gold, 
and put the bells between the pomegranates 
upon the hem of the robe, round about 
between the pomegranates ; 

26 A bell and a pomegranate, a bell and 
a pomegranate, round about the hem of the 
robe to minister m; as the Lord commanded 
Moses. 

27 IT 'And they made coats of fine linen, 
o/" woven work, for Aaron and for his sons, 

28 ""And a mitre o/" fine linen, and goodly 
bonnets of fine linen, and "linen breeches 
of fine twined linen, 

29 °And a girdle of fine twined linen, 
and blue, and purple, and scarlet, of needle- 
work ; as the Lord commanded Moses. 

30 1[ P And they made the plate of the holy 
crown of pure gold, and wrote upon it a 
writing, like to the engravings of a signet, 
HOLINESS TO THE LORD. 

31 And they tied unto it a lace of blue, 
to fasten it on high upon the mitre ; as the 
Lord commanded Moses. 

32 II Thus was all the work of the taber- 
nacle of the tent of the congregation finished : 
and the children of Israel did "^ according 
to all that the Lord commanded Moses, so 
did they. 

33 HAnd they brought the tabernacle unto 
Moses, the tent, and all his furniture, his 
taches, his boards, his bars, and his pillars, 
and his sockets; 

34 And the covering of rams' skins dyed 
red, and the covering of badgers' skins, and 
the vail of the covering; 

35 The ark of the testimony, and the 
staves thereof, and the mercy-seat; 

36 The table, a?id all the vessels thereof, 
and the shew-bread ; 

37 The pure candlestick, with the lamps 
thereof, even with the lamps to be set in 
order, and all the vessels thereof, and the 
oil for light ; 

38 And the golden altar, and the anoint- 
ing oil, and t the sweet incense, and the 
hanging for the tabernacle-door ; 

39 The brazen altar, and his grate of 
brass, his staves, and all his vessels, the 
laver and his foot ; 

40 The hangings of the court, his pillars, 
and his sockets, and the hanging for the 
court-gate, his cords, and his pins, and all 
the vessels of the service of the tabernacle, 
for the tent of the congregation ; 

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The tahernacle to be reared. 

41 The clothes of service to do service in 
the holy place, and the holy garments for 
Aaron the priest, and his sons' garments, to 
minister in the priest's office. 

42 According to all that the Lord com- 
manded Moses, so the children of Israel 
' made all the work. 

43 And Moses did look upon all the work, 
and behold, they had done it as the Lord 
had commanded, even so had they done it : 
and Moses ^ blessed them. 

CHAP. XL. 

1 The tabernacle is commanded to be reared, 9 and 
anointed. 13 Aaron and his sons to be sanctified. 
16 Moses performeth all things accordingly. 34 A 
cloud covereth the tabernacle. 

AND the liORD spake unto Moses, say- 
ing, 

2 On the first day of the ^ first month 
shalt thou set up ''the tabernacle of the tent 
of the congregation. 

3 And nhou shalt put therein the ark of 
the testimony, and cover the ark with the 
vail. 

4 And ^ thou shalt bring in the table, and 
^set in order fthe things that are to be set in 
order upon it; ^and thou shalt bring in the 
candlestick, and light the lamps thereof. 

5 sAnd thou shalt set the altar of gold 
for the incense before the ark of the testi- 
mony, and put the hanging of the door to 
the tabernacle. 

6 And thou shalt set the altar of the burnt- 
offering before the door of the tabernacle of 
the tent of the congregation. 

7 And ''thou shalt set the laver between 
the tent of the congregation and the altar, 
and shalt put water therein. 

8 And thou shalt set up the court round 
about, and hang up the hanging at the court- 
gate. 

9 And thou shalt take the anointing oil, 
and 'anoint the tabernacle, and all that is 
therein, and shalt hallow it, and all the ves- 
sels thereof : and it shall be holy. 

10 And thou shalt anoint the altar of the 
burnt-offering, and all his vessels, and sanc- 
tify the altar: and ''it shall be an altar 
t most holy. 

11 And thou shalt anoint the laver and 
his foot, and sanctify it. 

12 'And thou shalt bring Aaron and his 
sons unto the door of the tabernacle of the 
congregation, and wash them with water. 

13 And thou shalt put upon Aaron the 
holy garments, ""and anoint him, and sanc- 
tify him ; that he may minister unto me in 
the priest's office. 

14 And thou shalt bring his sons, and 
clothe them with coats : 



EXODUS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



r ch. 35. 10. 



8 Lev. 9. 22, 
23. 

Numb. 6. 23. 
Josh. 22. 6. 
2 Sam. 6.18. 

1 Kings 8. 
14. 

2 Chron. 30. 
27. 



a ch. 12. 2. 
& 13. 4. 

b ver. 17. & 
ch. 26. 1, 30. 



c ver. 21. 
ch. 26. 33. 
Numb. 4.5. 



d ver. 22. 

ch. 26. 35. 

e ver. 23. 

ch. 25. 30. 

Lev. 24. 5, 

6. 

t Heb. the 

order 

thereof. 

f ver. 24, 25. 

K ver. 26. 



h ver. 30. 
ch. 30. 18. 



i ch. 30. 26. 



k ch. 29. 
36, 37. 
t heb. 
holiness of 
hoiinesses. 



I Lev. 8. 
1,-13. 



m ch. 28.41. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



n Numb. 25. 
13. 



1490. 



o ver. 1. 
Numb. 7. 1. 



p ch. 25. 16. 



rich.26.33. 
& 35. 12. 



r ch. 26. 35. 



s ver. 4. 



t ch. 26. 35. 



u ver. 4. 
ch. 25. 37. 



X ver. 5. 
ch. 30. 6. 



y ch. 30. 7. 



z ver. 5. 
ch. 26. 36. 



a ver. 6. 



b ch. 29. 38, 
&c. 



c ver. 7. 
ch. 30 18, 



d ch. 30. 19, 
20. 



e ver. 8. 
ch. 27. 9, 16. 



Aaron and his sons sanctified, 

15 And thou shalt anoint them, as thou 
didst anoint their father, that they may mi- 
nister unto me in the priest's office : for their 
anointing shall surely be "an everlasting 
priesthood throughout their generations. 

16 Thus did Moses ; according to all 
that the Lord commanded him, so did he. 

17 IT And it came to pass in the first 
month, in the second year, on the first day 
of the month, that the ° tabernacle was 
reared up. 

18 And Moses reared up the tabernacle, 
and fastened his sockets, and set up the 
boards thereof, and put in the bars thereof, 
and reared up his pillars. 

19 And he spread abroad the tent over 
the tabernacle, and put the covering of the 
tent above upon it j as the Lord commanded 
Moses. 

20 ^ And he took and put Pthe testimony 
into the ark, and set the staves on the ark, 
and put the mercy-seat above upon the ark ; 

21 And he brought the ark into the ta- 
bernacle, and n set up the vail of the covering, 
and covered the ark of the testimony ; as the 
Lord commanded Moses. 

22 H 'And he put the table in the tent of 
the congregation, upon the side of the taber- 
nacle northward, without the vail. 

23 ' And he set the bread in order upon 
it before the Lord j as the Lord had com- 
manded Moses. 

24 H *And he put the candlestick in the 
tent of the congregation, over against the 
table, on the side of the tabernacle south- 
ward. 

25 And "he lighted the lamps before the 
Lord, as the Lord commanded Moses. 

26 IF ^And he put the golden altar in the 
tent of the congregation, before the vail : 

27 yAnd he burnt sweet incense thereon; 
as the Lord commanded Moses. 

28 IT ^And he set up the hanging at the 
door of the tabernacle. 

29 ^And he put the altar of burnt-oflfering 
by the door of the tabernacle of the tent of 
the congregation, and •* offered upon it the 
burnt-offering, and the meat-oflfering ; as the 
Lord commanded Moses. 

30 IT <= And he set the laver between the 
tent of the congregation and the altar, and 
put water there, to wash withal. 

31 And Moses, and Aaron, and his sons, 
washed their hands and their feet thereat : 

32 When they went into the tent of the 
congregation, and when they came near unto 
the altar, they washed ; ^ as the Lord com- 
manded Moses. 

33 ^And he reared up the court round 
about the tabernacle and the altar, and set 

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The hurnt-offerings, of the herd, 

up the hanging of the court-gate : so Moses 
finished the work. 

34 IT ^Then a cloud covered the tent of 
the congregation, and the glory of the Lord 
filled the tabernacle. 

35 And Moses &was not able to enter into 
the tent of the congregation, because the 
cloud abode thereon, and the glory of the 
Lord filled the tabernacle. 

36 ''And when the cloud was taken up 



CHAP. L 



Before 
CHRIST 

1490. 

f ch. 29. 43. 
Lev. 16. 2. 
Numb. 9. 15. 

1 Kings 8. 
10, if. 

2 Ohron. 5. 
13. & 7. 2. 
Isai. 6. 4. 
Hag. 2.7,9. 
Rev. 15. 8. 

g Lev. 16. 2. 

1 Kings 8. 11. 

2 Chron. 5. 
14. 

h Numb. 9. 
17.4; 10.11. 
Neh. 9. 19. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

t Heb. 
journeyed. 

i Numb. 9. 
19,-22. 



k ch. 13.21. 

Numb. 9. 15. 



of the flocks, and of fowls, 

from over the tabernacle, the children of 
Israel f went onward in all their jour- 
neys : 

37 But 'if the cloud were not taken up, 
then they journeyed not till the day that it 
was taken up. 

38 For '^the cloud of the Lord was upon 
the tabernacle by day, and fire was on it by 
night, in the sight of all the house of Israel, 
throughout all their journeys. 



THE THIRD BOOK OF MOSES. 



CALLED 



LEVITICUS 



CHAP. L 

\ The burnt-offerings. ^ Of the herd, \Q of the Jlocks, 
14: of the fowls. 

AND the Lord ^called unto Moses, and 
spake unto him ''out of the tabernacle 
of the congregation, saying, 

2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and 
say unto them, •'If any man of you bring 
an offering unto the Lord, ye shall bring 
your offering of the cattle, eveii of the herd, 
and of the flock. 

3 If his offering be a burnt-sacrifice of 
the herd, let him ofier a male ''without ble- 
mish : he shall offer it of his own voluntary 
will at the door of the tabernacle of the con- 
gregation before the Lord. 

4 ®And he shall put his hand upon the 
head of the burnt-offering ; and it shall be 
'"accepted for him ?to make atonement for 
him. 

5 And he shall kill the ''bullock before the 
Lord: 'and the priests, Aaron's sons, shall 
bring the blood, ''and sprinkle the blood 
round about upon the altar that is by the door 
of the tabernacle of the congregation. 

6 And he shall flay the burnt-offering, 
and cut it into his pieces. 

7 And the sons of Aaron the priest shall 
put fire upon the altar, and 'lay the wood 
in order upon the fire. 

8 And the priests, Aaron's sons, shall lay 
the parts, the head, and the fat, in order 
upon the wood that is on the fire which is 
upon the altar. 

9 But his inwards and his le^s shall he 
wash in water : and the priest shall burn all 
on the altar, to be a burnt-sacrifice, an offer- 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1490. 


1490. 




m Gen. 8. 




21. 




Ezek. 20. 


a Eiod. 19. 


28, 41. 
2(ior. 2. 


3. 


b Exo(1.40. 


15. 
Eph. .5. 2. 


34, 35. 


Phil. 4. 18. 


Numb. 12. 4, 
5. 


n ver. 3. 




ver. 5. 


c ch. 22. 18, 




19. 




d Exod. 12. 




5. 




ch. 3. 1. & 




22.20,21. 




Deut. 15. 21. 




Mai. 1. 14. 




Eph. 5. 27. 




Hebr. 9. 14. 




1 Pet. 1. 19. 




e ch. 4. 15. 




& 3. 2, 8, 13. 




& 8. 14, 22. 




&16. 21. 




Exod. 29. 10, 




15, 19. 




f ch. 22. 21, 




27. 




Isai. 56. 7. 




Rom. 12. 1. 




Phil. 4. 18. 




g ch. 4. 20, 




26, 31,35. 


p ch. 5. 7. 


& 9. 7. & 16. 


& 12. 8. 


24. 


Luke 2. 24. 


Numb. 15. 




2.=;. 




2 Chron. 29. 




23, ai. 




Rom. 5. 11. 


II Or, pinch 


h Micah 6. 


off the head 


6. 


with the nail. 


i 2 Chron. 




3.5. 11. 




Hebr. 10. 11. 




k ch. .3. 8. 




Hebr. 12.24. 




1 Pet. 1.2. 




1 Gen. 22. 9. 


II Or. 




the filth 




t/iercaf. 




q ch. 6. 10. 




r Gen. 15. 




10. 




s ver. 9, 13. 



ing made by fire, of a " sweet savour unto 
the Lord. 

10 IT And if his offering be of the flocks, 
namely, of the sheep, or of the goats, for 
a burnt-sacrifice; he shall bring it a male 
"without blemish. 

11 °And he shall kifl it on the side of the 
altar northward before the Lord : and the 
priests, Aaron's sons, shall sprinkle his blood 
round about upon the altar : 

12 And he shall cut it into his pieces, 
with his head and his fat : and the priest 
shall lay them in order on the wood that is 
on the fire which is upon the altar : 

13 But he shall wash the inwards and the 
legs with water : and the priest shall bring it 
all, and burn it upon the altar : it is a burnt- 
sacrifice, an offering made by fire, of a sweet 
savour unto the Lord. 

14 IT And if the burnt-sacrifice for his 
offering to the Lord be of fowls, then he 
shall bring his offering of p turtle-doves, or 
of young pigeons, 

15 And the priest shall bring it unto the 
altar, and || wring off his head, and burn it on 
the altar : and the blood thereof shall be 
wrung out at the side of the altar : 

16 And he shall pluck away his crop 
with II his feathers, and cast it i beside the 
altar on the east part, by the place of the 
ashes : 

17 And he shall cleave it with the wings 
thereof, but ■■ shall not divide it asunder : and 
the priest shall burn it upon the altar, upon 
the wood that is upon the fire : ^it is a burnt- 
sacrifice, an ofl!ering made by fire, of a sweet 
savour unto the Lord. 

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The meat-offering ofjlour, ^c. 
CHAP. II. 

1 The meat-offering of flour with oil and incense, 4 either 
baken in the oven, 5 or on a plate, 7 or in a frying- 
pan, 12 or of the first-fruits in the ear. 13 The 
salt of the meat-offering. 

AND when any will offer '^a meat-offering 
unto the Lord, his offering shall be o/' 
fine flour ; and he shall pour oil upon it, and 
put frankincense thereon : 

2 And he shall bring it to Aaron's sons the 
priests : and he shall take thereout his hand- 
ful of the flour thereof, and of the oil thereof, 
with all the frankincense thereof, and the 
priest shall burn ^the memorial of it upon 
the altar, to he an offering made by fire, of 
a sweet savour unto the Lord : 

3 And '^ the remnant of the meat-offering 
shall he Aaron's and his sons': ^it is a thing 
most holy of the offerings of the Lord made 
by fire. 

4 HAnd if thou bring an oblation of a 
meat-offering baken in the oven, it shall he 
unleavened cakes of fine flour mingled with 
oil, or unleavened wafers ® anointed with oil. 

5 1[ And if thy oblation he a meat-offering 
haken \\ in a pan, it shall be of fine flour un- 
leavened, mingled with oil. 

6 Thou shalt part it in pieces, and pour 
oil thereon : it is a meat-offering. 

7 If And if thy oblation he a meat-offering 
laken in the frying-pan, it shall be made oj 
fine flour with oil. 

8 And thou shalt bring the meat-offering 
that is made of these thino-s unto the Lord : 
and when it is presented unto the priest, he 
shall bring it unto the altar. 

9 And the priest shall take from the meat- 
offering a memorial ^thereof, and shall burn 
it upon the altar : it is an ? offering made by 
fire, of a sweet savour unto the Lord. 

10 And ^that which is left of the meat- 
offering shall he Aaron's and his sons' : it is 
a thing most holy, of the offerings of the 
Lord made by fire. 

11 No meat-offering which ye shall bring 
unto the Lord shall be made with 'leaven : 
for ye shall burn no leaven, nor any honey, 
in any offering of the Lord made by fire. 

12 II ''As for the oblation of the first- 
fruits, ye shall offer them unto the Lord : 
but they shall not t be burnt on the altar for 
a sweet savour. 

13 And every oblation of thy meat-offer- 
ing 'shalt thou season with salt; neither 
shalt thou suffer ""the salt of the covenant of 
thy God to be lacking from thy meat-offer- 
ing : " with all thine offerings thou shalt 
offer salt. 

14 And if thou offer a meat-offering of 
thy first-fruits unto the Lord, °thou shalt 



LEVITICUS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



a ch. 6. 14. 
& 9. 17. 
Numb. 15. 4. 



b ver. 9. & 

ch. 5. 12. & 

6. 15. & 24. 

7. 

Isai. 66. 3. 



Acts 10 4. 
c ch. 7. 9. 
& 10. 12, 13. 

d Exod. 29. 

37. 

Numb. 18. 9. 



e Exod. 29. 
2. 



II Or, on a 
flat plate, 
or, slice. 



f ver. 2. 

g Exod. 29. 
18. 



h ver. 3. 



i ch. 6. 17. 

See Matt. 16. 

12. 

Mark 8. 15. 

Luke 12. 1. 

1 Cor. 5. 8. 

Gal. 5. 9. 

k Exod. 22. 

29. 

ch. 23. 10, 

11. 

t Heb. 
ascend. 



1 Mark 9. 
49. 

Col. 4. 6. 
m Numb. 
18. 19. 



n Ezek. 43. 
24. 



o ch. 23. 10, 
14. 



Bofore 

CHRIST 

1490. 



p 9 icings 4. 
42. 

q ver. 1. 



r ver. 2. 



n ch. 7. 11. 
29. & 22. 21. 



b ch. 1. 3. 

c ch. 1.4,5. 
Exod. 29. 10. 



d Exod. 29. 

13, 22. 
ch. 4. 8, 9. 
II Or, suet. 



II Or, ^ 
midriff over 
t/ie liver, 
and over the 
hiiinevs. 
e cli. 0. 12. 
Exod. 29. 13. 



f ver. 1, Sec. 



g See ch.21. 
6,8, 17,21, 
22. & 22. 25. 
Ezek. 44. 7. 
Mai. 1.7, 12. 



The peace-offering of the flock. 

offer for the meat-offering of thy first-fruits, 
green ears of corn dried by the fire, even 
corn beaten out of p full ears. 

15 And 1 thou shalt put oil upon it, and lay 
frankincense thereon : it is a meat-offering. 

16 And the priest shall burn "^the memo- 
rial of it, part of the beaten corn thereof, 
and part of the oil thereof, with all the frank- 
incense thereof : it is an offering made by 
fire unto the Lord. 

CHAP. IIL 

1 The peace-offering of the herd, %of the flock, 7 either 
a lamb, 12 or a goat. 

AND if his oblation he a ^sacrifice of 
peace-offering, if he offer it of the herd, 
whether it he a male or female ; he shall offer 
it '^ without blemish before the Lord. 

2 And *= he shall lay his hand upon the 
head of his offering, and kill it at the door 
of the tabernacle of the congregation : and 
Aaron's sons the priests shall sprinkle the 
blood upon the altar round about. 

3 And he shall offer of the sacrifice of the 
peace-offering, an offering made by fire unto 
the Lord ; '^the || fat that covereth the 
inwards, and all the fat that is upon the 
inwards, 

4 And the two kidneys, and the fat that 
is on them, which is by the flanks, and the 
II caul above the liver, with the kidneys, it 
shall he take away. 

5 And Aaron's sons ^shafl burn it on the 
altar, upon the burnt-sacrifice, which is upon 
the wood that is on the fire : it is an offering 
made by fire, of a sweet savour unto the 
Lord. 

6 IT And if his offering for a sacrifice of 
peace-offering unto the Lord be of the flock, 
male or female ; ^he shall offer it without 
blemish. 

7 If he offer a lamb for his offering, then 
shall he offer it before the Lord. 

8 And he shall lay his hand upon the 
head of his offering, and kill it before the 
tabernacle of the congregation : and Aaron's 
sons shall sprinkle the blood thereof round 
about upon the altar. 

9 And he shall offer of the sacrifice of the 
peace-offering an offering made by fire unto 
the Lord : the fat thereof, and the whole 
rump, (it shall he take off hard by the back- 
bone ;) and the fat that covereth the inwards, 
and all the fat that is upon the inwards, 

10 And the two kidneys, and the fat that 
is upon them, which is by the flanks, and the 
caul above the liver, with the kidneys, it 
shall he take away. 

11 And the priest shall burn it upon the 
altar: it is ^ihe food of the offering made 
by fire unto the Lord. 

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The sin-offering of ignorance, for 

12 IF And if his offering he a goat, then 
^ he shall offer it before the Lord. 

13 And he shall lay his hand upon the 
head of it, and kill it before the tabernacle 
of the congregation : and the sons of Aaron 
shall sprinkle the blood thereof upon the 
altar round about. 

14 And he shall offer thereof his offering, 
even an offering made by fire unto the Lord ; 
the fat that covereth the inwards, and all the 
fat that is upon the inwards, 

15 And the two kidneys, and the fat that 
is upon them, which is by the flanks, and the 
caul above the liver, with the kidneys, it shall 
he take away, 

16 And the priest shall burn them upon 
the altar : it is the food of the offering made 
by fire for a sweet savour : 'all the fat is the 
Lord's. 

17 It shall be a ^ perpetual statute for your 
generations throughout all your dwellings, 
that ye eat neither 'fat nor "'blood. 

CHAP. IV. 

1 The sin-offering of ignorance, ^ for the priest., 13 for 
the congregation, 22 for the ruler, 27 for any of 
the people. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ing, 

2 Speak unto the children of Israel, saying, 
"If a soul shall sin through ignorance against 
any of the commandments of the Lord con- 
cerning things which ought not to be done, 
and shall do against any of them : 

3 ''If the priest that is anointed do sin 
according to the sin of the people ; then let 
him bring for his sin which he hath sinned, 
*=a young bullock without blemish unto the 
Lord for a sin-offering. 

4 And he shall bring the bullock ''unto 
the door of the tabernacle of the congrega- 
tion before the Lord; and shall lay his hand 
upon the bullock's head, and kill the bullock 
before the Lord. 

5 And the priest that is anointed ^ shall 
take of the bullock's blood, and bring it to 
the tabernacle of the congregation : 

6 And the priest shall dip his finger in 
the blood, and sprinkle of the blood seven 
times before the Lord, before the vail of the 
sanctuary. 

7 And the priest shall ^put some of the 
blood upon the horns of the altar of sweet 
incense before the Lord, which is in the 
tabernacle of the congregation ; and shall 
pour &all the blood of the bullock at the bot- 
tom of the altar of the burnt-oftering, which 
is at the door of the tabernacle of the con- 
gregation. 

8 And he shall take off from it all the fat 
of the bullock for the sin-offering ; the fat 



CHAP. IV. 



^f^ y 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1490. 


1490. 


h ver. 1. 7, 
&c. 






li ch. 3. 3, 4, 
5. 




i Exod.29. 
14. 

Numb. 19.5. 




t Hcb. to 
without the 




camp. 

k ch.6. 11. 

1 Hebr. 13. 

11. 

t Heb. at the 


i ch. 7. 23, 
25. 


pouring out 
of the ashes. 


1 Sam. 2. 15. 

2 Chron. 7 
7. 

k ch. 6. 18. 

& 7. 36. & 

17. 7. & 23. 

14. 

1 ver. 16. 


m Numb. 
15. 24. 
Josh. 7. 11. 
n ch. 5. 2, 3, 
4,17. 


compare 
with Deut. 
32. 14. 
Neh. 8. 10. 
m Gen. 9. 4. 
ch. 7. 23, 
2a & 17. 10, 
14. 

Deut. 12. 16. 
1 Sam. 14. 
33. 

Ezek.44.7, 
15. 




a ch. 5. 15, 

17. 

Numb. 15. 

22, &c. 

1 Sam. 14. 

27. 

Ps. 19. 12. 


ch. 1. 4. 


b ch. 8. 12. 






p ver. 5. 
Hebr. 9. 12, 
13, 14. 


c ch. 9. 2. 




d ch. 1. 3, 4. 




e ch. 16. T4. 
Numb. 19.4. 




f ch. 8. 15. 
& 9. 9. & 16. 


q ver. 3. 


18. 

S ch. 5. 9. 


r Numb. 15. 

25. 

Dan. 9. 24. 

Rom. .5. 11. 

Hebr. 2. 17. 

& 10. 10, 11, 

12. 

1. John 1.7. 

&2. 2. 




s ver. 2, 13. 







the priest, and for the congregation, 

that covereth the inwards, and all the fat that 
is upon the inwards, 

9 And the two kidneys, and the fat that 
is upon them, which is by the flanks, and the 
caul above the liver, with the kidneys, it 
shall he take away, 

10 ''As it was taken off from the bullock 
of the sacrifice of peace-offerings : and the 
priest shall burn them upon the altar of the 
burnt-offering. 

11 'And the skin of the bullock, and all 
his flesh, with his head, and with his legs, 
and his inwards, and his dung; 

12 Even the whole bullock shall he carry 
forth t without the camp unto a clean place, 
''where the ashes are poured out, and 'burn 
him on the wood with fire : t where the ashes 
are poured out shall he be burnt. 

13 IF And *" if the whole congregation of 
Israel sin through ignorance, "and the thing 
be hid from the eyes of the assembly, and 
they have done somewhat against any of the 
commandments of the Lord concerning 
things which should not be done, and are 
guilty ; 

14 When the sin which they have sinned 
against it is known, then the congregation 
shall offer a young bullock for the sin, and 
bring him before the tabernacle of the con- 
gregation. 

15 And the elders of the congregation 
° shall lay their hands upon the head of the 
bullock before the Lord : and the bullock 
shall be killed before the Lord. 

16 PAnd the priest that is anointed shall 
bring of the bullock's blood to the tabernacle 
of the congregation : 

17 And the priest shall dip his finger in 
some of the blood, and sprinkle it seven times 
before the Lord, even before the vail. 

18 And he shall put some of the blood 
upon the horns of the altar which is before 
the Lord, that is in the tabernacle of the 
congregation, and shall pour out all the blood 
at the bottom of the altar of the burnt-offer- 
ing, which is at the door of the tabernacle 
of the congregation. 

19 And he shall take all his fat from him, 
and burn it upon the altar. 

20 And he shall do with the bullock as he 
did q with the bullock for a sin-offering, so 
shall he do with this : ""and the priest shall 
make an atonement for them, and it shall be 
forgiven them. 

21 And he shall carry forth the bullock 
without the camp, and burn him as he burn- 
ed the first bullock : it is a sin-offering for the 
congregation. 

22 IF When a ruler hath sinned, and 'done 
somewhat through ignorance against any of 

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The sin-offering for any of the people, 

the commandments of the Lord his God 
concerning things which should not be done, 
and is guilty ; 

23 Or * if his sin, wherein he hath sinned, 
come to his knowledge ; he shall bring his 
offering, a kid of the goats, a male without 
blemish : 

24 And "he shall lay his hand upon the 
head of the goat, and kill it in the place where 
they kill the burnt-offering before the Lord : 
it is a sin-offering. 

25 * And the priest shall take of the blood 
of the sin-offering with his finger, and put it 
upon the horns of the altar of burnt-offering, 
and shall pour out his blood at the bottom of 
the altar of burnt-oflering. 

26 And he shall burn all his fat upon the 
altar, as ythe fat of the sacrifice of peace- 
offerings : ^and the priest shall make an 
atonement for him as concerning his sin, and 
it shall be forgiven him. 

27 IT And "^ if t any one of the t common 
people sin through ignorance, while he doeth 
somewhat against any of the commandments 
of the Lord concerning things which ought 
not to be done, and be guilty ; 

28 Or ^if his sin which he hath sinned 
come to his knowledge : then he shall bring 
his offering, a kid of the goats, a female 
without blemish, for his sin which he hath 
sinned. 

29 •= And he shall lay his hand upon the 
head of the sin-offering, and slay the sin- 
offering in the place of the burnt-offering. 

30 And the priest shall take of the blood 
thereof with his finger, and put it upon the 
horns of the altar of burnt-offering, and shall 
pour out all the blood thereof at the bottom 
of the altar. 

31 And <^he shall take away all the fat 
thereof, ^as the fat is taken away from off 
the sacrifice of peace-offerings ; and the priest 
shall burn it upon the altar for a ^sw^eet 
savour unto the Lord; ^and the priest shall 
make an atonement for him, and it shall be 
forgiven him. 

32 And if he bring a lamb for a sin-offer- 
ing, ^he shall bring it a female without 
blemisn. 

33 And he shall lay his hand upon the 
head of the sin-offering, and slay it for a sin- 
offering in the place where they kill the 
burnt-offering. 

34 And the priest shall take of the blood 
of the sin-offering with his finger, and put it 
upon the horns of the altar of burnt-offering, 
and shall pour out all the blood thereof at 
the bottom of the altar : 

35 And he shall take away all the fat 
thereof, as the fat of the lamb is taken away 



LEVITICUS. 



The offerings for divers sins. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



t ver. 14. 



u ver. 4, &c. 



.1 ver. 30. 



y ch. 3. 5. 

z ver. 20. 
Numb. 15. 

28. 



a ver. 2. 
Numb. 15. 
27. 

t Heb. 
anv soul. 
t Heb. 
people of the 
land. 



b ver. 23. 



c ver. 4, 24. 



d ch. 3. 14. 
e ch. 3. 3. 



f Exod. 29. 

18. 

ch. 1. 9. 

g ver. 26. 



h ver. 28. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

i ch. 3. 5. 

k ver. 26. 
31. 



a 1 Kings 8. 

31. 

Matt. 26. 63. 



b ver. 17. 
cli. 7. 18. 
& 17. 16. & 
19. 8. & 20. 
17. 

Numb. 9. 13. 
c ch. 11. 24, 
28, 31, 39. 
Numb. 19. 
11, 13, 16. 



d ver. 17. 

e ch. 12. & 
13. & 15. 



f See 1 Sam. 
25. 22. 
Acts 23. 12. 
g See 
Mark 6. 23. 



h ch. Ifi. 21. 
& 26. 40. 

Numb. 5. 7. 
Ezra 10. 11, 
12. 



i ch. 12. 8. 
& 14. 21. 
t Heb. his 
hand canvot 
reach to the 
sufficiency 
of a lamb. 
k ch. 1. 14. 



1 ch. 1. 15. 



m ch. 4. 7, 
18, 30, 34. 



II Or, 
ordinance. 
n rh. 1. 14. 
o ch. 4. 26. 



from the sacrifice of the peace-oflferings ; and 
the priest shall burn them upon the altar, 
' according to the oflferings made by fire unto 
the Lord: "^and the priest shall make an 
atonement for his sin that he hath com- 
mitted, and it shall be forgiven him. 

CHAP. V. 

1 He that sinneth in concealing his knowledge, 2 in touch- 
ing an unclean thing, 4 or in making an oath. 6 His 
trespass-offering, of the flock, 7 of fowls, 11 or of flour. 
14 The trespass-offering in sacrilege, 17 and in sins 
of ignorance. 

AND if a soul sin, ^and hear the voice 
of swearing, and is a witness, whether 
he hath seen or known of it; if he do not 
utter it, then he shall ^bear his iniquity. 

2 Or ''if a soul touch any unclean thing, 
whether it be a carcass of an unclean beast, 
or a carcass of unclean cattle, or the carcass 
of unclean creeping things, and f it be hid- 
den from him ; he also shall be unclean, and 
^ guilty. 

3 Or if he touch ''the uncleanness of man, 
whatsoever uncleanness it be that a man shall 
be defiled withal, and it be hid from him ; 
when he knoweth of it, then he shall be 
guilty. 

4 Or if a soul swear, pronouncing with his 
lips ^to do evil, or &to do good, whatsoever 
it be that a man shall pronounce with an 
oath, and it be hid from him ; when he 
knoweth of it, then he shall be guilty in one 
of these. 

5 And it shall be, when he shall be guilty 
in one of these things, that he shall ''confess 
that he hath sinned in that thing: 

6 And he shall bring his trespass-offering 
unto the Lord for his sin which he hath 
sinned, a female from the flock, a lamb or 
a kid of the goats, for a sin-offering; and 
the priest shall make an atonement for him 
concerning his sin. 

7 And ' if t he be not able to bring a 
lamb, then he shall bring for his trespass 
which he hath committed, two ''turtle-doves, 
or two young pigeons, unto the Lord ; one 
for a sin-oflfering, and the other for a burnt- 
offering. 

8 And he shall bring them unto the priest, 
who shall offer that which is for the sin-oflfer- 
ing first, and 'wring oflf his head from his 
neck, but shall not divide it asunder : 

9 And he shall sprinkle of the blood of 
the sin-offering upon the side of the altar ; 
and ""the rest of the blood shall be wrung out 
at the bottom of the altar : it is a sin-offer- 
ing. 

10 And he shall oflfer the second for a 
burnt-offering, according to the || "manner: 
''and the priest shall make an atonement for 

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The trespass-offerings 

him for his sin which he hath sinned, and it 
shall be forgiven him. 

11 IfBut if he be not able to bring two 
turtle-doves, or two young pigeons ; then he 
that sinned shall bring for his offering the 
tenth part of an ephah of fine flour for a sin- 
offering ; Phe shall put no oil upon it, neither 
shall he put any frankincense thereon : for 
it is a sin-offering. 

12 Then shall he bring it to the priest, and 
the priest shall take his handful of it, "^even 
a memorial thereof, and burn it on the altar, 
•■ according to the offerings made by fire un- 
to the Lord : it is a sin-offering. 

13 ^ And the priest shall make an atone- 
ment for him as touching his sin that he hath 
sinned in one of these, and it shall be for- 
given him: and ^tJie remnant shall be the 
priest's, as a meat-offering. 

14 If And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

15 "If a soul commit a trespass, and sin 
through ignorance, in the holy things of the 
Lord; then ^he shall bring for his trespass 
unto the Lord a ram without blemish out of 
the flocks, with thy estimation by shekels of 
silver, after y the shekel of the sanctuary, for 
a trespass-oflfering : 

16 And he shall make amends for the 
harm that he hath done in the holy thing, 
and ^ shall add the fifth part thereto, and 
give it unto the priest : ''and the priest shall 
make an atonement for him with the ram of 
the trespass-offering, and it shall be forgiven 
him. 

17 II And if a ^soul sin, and commit any 
of these things which are forbidden to be 
done by the commandments of the Lord ; 
*= though he wist it not, yet is he '^guilty, and 
shall bear his iniquity. 

18 ^ And he shaU bring a ram without ble- 
mish out of the ffock, with thy estimation, 
for a trespass-offering unto the priest; ^and 
the priest shall make an atonement for him 
concerning his ignorance wherein he erred 
and wist it not, and it shall be forgiven 
him. 

19 It is a trespass-offering : she hath cer- 
tainly trespassed against the Lord. 

CHAP. VL 

1 The trespass-offering for sins done wittingly. 8 The 
law of the bur?it-offering, 14 and of the meat-offering. 
19 The offering at the consecration of a priest. 24 
The law of the sin-offering. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ings 
2 If a soul sin, and ^commit a trespass 
against the Lord, and ''lie unto his neigh- 
bour in that <= which was dehvered him to 

N 



CHAP. VL 



Before 

CHlllST 

1400. 



p Numb. 5. 
15. 



(] ch. 2. 2. 



r ch. 4. 35. 



s ch. 4. 26. 



t ch. 2. 3. 



u ch. 22. 14. 



X Ezra 10. 
19. 



y Exod. 30. 
13. 

ch. 27. 25. 



z ch. 6. 5. 

& 2'2. 14. & 

27.13,15,27, 

31. 

Numb. 5. 7. 

a ch. 4. 26. 



b ch. 4. 2. 



c ver. 15. 
ch. 4. 2, a. 
y2, 27. 
Ps. 19. 12. 
Luke 12. 48. 
d ver. 1, 2. 
e ver. 15. 



f ver. 16. 



g Ezra 10. 2. 



a Numb. 5. 

6. 

b ch. 19. 11. 

Acts 5. 4. 

Col. 3. 9. 

c Exod. 22. 

7.10, 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



II Or, 

IV dealing. 
t Heb. 
putting nf 
thr hand. 
d Prov. 24. 
28. & 26. 19. 
c Deut. 22. 
1, 2, 3. 
f Exod. 22. 

n. 

ch. 19. 12. 
.ler. 7. 9. 
Zech. 5. 4. 



c cli. 5. 16. 
Numb. 5. 7. 
2 Sam. 12.6. 
Luke 19. 8. 



1.1 Or, ^ ^ 
in the day of 
his being 
found 

fviltv. 
Heb. 
in the day nf 
his trespass. 
h ch. 5. 15. 



i ch. 4. 26. 



II Or, for the 
burning. 



k ch. 16. 4. 

Exod. 28. 

39, 40, 41, 

43. 

Ezck. 44.17, 

18. 



I ch. 1. 16. 



m Ezck. 44. 
19. 



n ch. 4. 12. 



o ch. 3. 3, 9, 
14. 



n ch. 2. 1. 
Nuiub.l3. 4. 



htrnt-offering, and meat-offering. 

keep, or in || t fellowship, or in a thing taken 
away by violence, or hath '^deceived his 
neighbour; 

3 Or ''have found that which was lost, and 
lieth concerning it, and ^sweareth falsely; 
in any of all these that a man doeth, sinning 
therein : 

4 Then it shafl be, because he hath sin- 
ned and is guilty, that he shall restore that 
which he took violently away, or the thing 
which he hath deceitfully gotten, or that 
which was delivered him to keep, or the 
lost thing which he found, 

5 Or all that about which he hath sworn 
falsely; he shall even & restore it in the 
principal, and shall add the fifth part more 
thereto, a7id give it unto him to whom it 
appertaineth, || tin the day of his trespass-: 
offering. 

6 And he shall bring his trespass-oflfering 
unto the Lord, '^a ram without blemish out 
of the flock, with thy estimation, for a tres- 
pass-offering, unto the priest: 

7 'And the priest shall make an atonement 
for him before the Lord : and it shall be for- 
given him for any thing of all that he hath 
done in trespassing therein. 

8 IT And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

9 Command Aaron and his sons, say- 
ing. This is the law of the burnt-offering: 
it is the burnt-offering, || because of the 
burning upon the altar all night unto the 
morning, and the fire of the altar shall be 
burning in it. 

10 ^And the priest shall put on his linen 
garment, and his linen breeches shall he put 
upon his flesh, and take up the ashes which 
the fire hath consumed with the burnt-offer- 
ing on the altar, and he shall put them ' be- 
side the altar. 

11 And ""he shall put off" his garments, 
and put on other garments, and carry forth 
the ashes without the camp "unto a clean 
place. 

12 And the fire upon the altar shall be 
burning in it; it shall not be put out: and 
the priest shall burn wood on it every morn- 
ing, and lay the burnt-offering in order upon 
it; and he shall burn thereon °the fat of the 
peace-offerings. 

13 The fire shall ever be burning upon 
the altar; it shall never go out. 

14 IfpAnd this is the law of the meat- 
offering. The sons of Aaron shall offer it be- 
fore the Lord, before the altar. 

15 And he shall take of it his handful, of 
the flour of the meat-oflering, and of the oil 
thereof, and all the frankincense which is 
upon the meat-offering, and shall burn it 

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The law of the sin-offering, 

upon the altar for a sweet savour, even the 
1 memorial of it, unto the Lord. 

16 And ""the remainder thereof shall 
Aaron and his sons eat: Mvith unleavened 
bread shall it be eaten in the holy place ; 
in the court of the tabernacle of the congre- 
gation they shall eat it. 

17 *It shall not be baken with leaven. "I 
have given it unto them for their portion of 
my offerings made by fire. ^ It is most holy, 
as is the sin-offering, and as the trespass- 
offerinor. 

18 yAll the males among the children of 
Aaron shall eat of it. ^ It shall he a statute 
for ever in your generations concerning the 
offerings of the Lord made by fire: ''every 
one that toucheth them shall be holy. 

» 19 HAnd the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

20 ^This is the offering of Aaron and of 
his sons, which they shall offer unto the 
Lord in the day when he is anointed; the 
tenth part of an " ephah of fine flour for a 
meat-offering perpetual, half of it in the 
morning, and half thereof at night. 

21 In a pan it shall be made with oil; and 
when it is baken, thou shalt bring it in: 
ajid the baken pieces of the meat-offering 
shalt thou offerybr a sweet savour unto the 
Lord. 

22 And the priest of his sons '^that is 
anointed in his stead shall offer it : It is a 
statute for ever unto the Lord; ^it shall be 
wholly burnt. 

23 For every meat-offering for the priest 
shall be wholly burnt : it shall not be eaten. 

24 II And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

25 Speak unto Aaron and to his sons, say- 
ing, ^This is the law of the sin-offering: 
^In the place where the burnt-offering is 
killed shall the sin-offering be killed before 
the Lord: i^it is most holy. 

26 'The priest that offereth it for sin shall 
eat it : "^in the holy place shall it be eaten, in 
the court of the tabernacle of the congre- 
gation. 

27 'Whatsoever shall touch the flesh 
thereof shall be holy: and when there is 
sprinkled of the blood thereof upon any gar- 
ment, thou shalt wash that whereon it was 
sprinkled in the holy place. 

28 But the earthen vessel wherein it is 
sodden •" shall be broken : and if it be sodden 
in a brazen pot, it shall be both scoured, and 
rinsed in water. 

29 " All the males among the priests shall 
eat thereof: ^iti* most holy. 

30 PAnd no sin-offering, whereof any of 
the blood is brought into the tabernacle of 



LEVITICUS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

q cli. 2.2,9. 
r ch. 2. 3. 
Kzek. 44. 29. 
s ver. 26. 
ch. 10. 12, 
U. 

Numb. 18. 
10. 



t ch. 2. 11. 
u Numb. 18. 
9, 10. 



X ver. 25. 
ch. 2. 3. & 
7. 1. 
Exod.29.37. 



y ver. 29. 

Numb. 18. 

10. 

z cli. 3. 17. 



a ch. 22. 3, 
4, 5. 6, 7. 
Exod. 29. ' 
37. 



b Exod. 29. 
2. 



c Exod. 1. 
36. 



d ch. 4. 3. 



e E.'iod.29. 
25. 



f ch. 4. 2. 

g ch. 1.3, 5, 
1I.&4.24, 
29, 33. 

h ver. 17. 
ch. 21, 22. 

i ch. 10. 17, 

18. 

Numb. 18. 

9, 10. 

Ezok.44.28, 

29. 

k ver. 16. 



1 Exod. 29. 
37. & 30. 29. 



m ch. 11.33. 
& 15. 12. 



n ver. 18. 
Numb. 18. 
10. 

o ver. 25. 
P ch. 4. 7, 
11, 12, 18, 
21. & 10. 18. 
& 16. 27. 
Uebi. 13. 11. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



a ch. 5, & 
6. 1,— /. 
h cb. 6. 17, 
25. & 21. 22. 

c ch. 1. 3, 5, 
11. &4. 24, 
29, 33. 



d ch.3. 4,9, 

10, 14, 1.5, 

16. & 4. 8, 

9. 

Exod. 29. 

13. 



c ch. 6. 16, 

17, 18. 
Numb. 18. 
9, 10. 

f ch. 2. 3. 

e ch. 6. 2.5, 
26. & 14. 13. 



h ch. 2. 3, 

10. 

Numb. 18. 9. 

EzBk.44.29. 

II Or, on the 
,lint plalc, 
or, slice. 



i ch. 3. 1. & 
22. 18, 21. 



k ch. 2. 4. 
Numb. 6.15. 



1 Amos 4. 5. 



m Numb. 
18. 8, 11, 19. 



n ch. 23. 30. 



and of the peace-offerings, 

the congregation to reconcile withal in the 
holy place, shall be eaten : it shall be burnt 
in the fire. 

CHAP. VIL 

1 The law of the trespass-offering, 11 and of the peace- 
offerings, 12 whether it be for a thanks giviyig, m or a 
vow, or a free-will-offering. 22 The fat, 26 and the 
hlood,are forbidden. 28 The priesfs portion in the 
peace-offerings. 

LIKEWISE nhis is the law of the tres- 
pass-offering : ^it is most holy. 

2 ''In the place where they kill the burnt- 
offering shall they kill the trespass-offering : 
and the blood thereof shall he sprinkle round 
about upon the altar. 

3 And he shall offer of it ^ all the fat there- 
of ; the rump, and the fat that covereth the 
inwards, 

4 And the two kidneys, and the fat that is 
on them, which is by the flanks, and the caul 
that is above the liver, with the kidneys, it 
shall he take away : 

5 And the priest shall burn them upon the 
altar for an offering made by fire unto the 
Lord : it is a trespass-offering. 

6 "" Every male among the priests shall eat 
thereof: it shall be eaten in the holy place : 
^it is most holy. 

7 As the sin-offering is, so is ^the tres- 
pass-offering : there is one law for them : the 
priest that maketh atonement therewith shall 
have it. 

8 And the priest that offereth any man's 
burnt-offering, eve7i the priest shall have to 
himself the skin of the burnt-offering which 
he hath offered. 

9 And ^all the meat-offering that is baken 
in the oven, and all that is dressed in the 
frying-pan, and || in the pan, shall be the 
priest's that offereth it. 

10 And every meat-offering mingled with 
oil, and dry, shall all the sons of Aaron have, 
one as much as another. 

11 And 'this is the law of the sacrifice 
of peace-offerings, which he shall offer unto 
the Lord. 

12 If he offer it for a thanksgiving, then 
he shall offer with the sacrifice of thanks- 
giving unleavened cakes mingled with oil, 
and unleavened wafers ''anointed with oil, 
and cakes mingled with oil, of fine flour, 
fried. 

13 Besides the cakes, he shall offer for 
his offering, 'leavened bread, with the sacri- 
fice of thanksgiving of his peace-offerings. 

14 And of it he shall offer one out of the 
whole oblation for an heave-offering unto 
the Lord, "^and it shall be the priest's that 
sprinkleth the blood of the peace-offerings. 

15 "And the flesh of the sacrifice of his 

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The fat and blood are forbidden, 

peace-offerings for thanksgiving shall be 
eaten the same day that it is offered ; he 
shall not leave any of it until the morning. 

16 But °if the sacrifice of his offering be 
a vow, or a voluntary offering, it shall be 
eaten the same day that he offereth his 
sacrifice : and on the morrow also the re- 
mainder of it shall be eaten : 

17 But the remainder of the flesh of the 
sacrifice on the third day shall be burnt 
with fire. 

18 And if any of the flesh of the sacrifice 
of his peace-offerings be eaten at all on the 
third day, it shall not be accepted, neither 
shall it be p imputed unto him that offereth 
it : it shall be an <i abomination, and the soul 
that eateth of it shall bear his iniquity. 

19 And the flesh that toucheth any un- 
clean thing shall not be eaten ; it shall be 
burnt with fire : and as for the flesh, all 
that be clean shall eat thereof. 

20 But the soul that eateth of the flesh of 
the sacrifice of peace-offerings that pertain 
unto the Lord, ■■ having his uncleanness 
upon him, even that soul 'shall be cut off 
from his people. 

21 Moreover, the soul that shall touch 
any unclean things as Hhe uncleanness of 
man, or any "unclean beast, or any '^abo- 
minable unclean things and eat of the flesh 
of the sacrifice of peace-offerings which per- 
tain unto the Lord, even that soul ''shall be 
cut off from his people. 

22 HAnd the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

23 Speak unto the children of Israel, say- 
ing, y Ye shall eat no manner of fat, of ox, or 
of sheep, or of goat. 

24 And the fat of the t beast that dieth of 
itself, and the fat of that which is torn with 
beasts, may be used in any other use : but 
ye shall in no wise eat of it. 

25 For whosoever eateth the fat of the 
beast, of which men offer an offering made 
by fire unto the Lord, even the soul that 
eateth it shall be cut off from his people. 

26 ^Moreover, ye shall eat no manner 
of blood, whether it be of fowl or of beast, in 
any of your dwellings. 

27 Whatsoever soul it be that eateth any 
manner of blood, even that soul shall be cut 
off from his people. 

28 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

29 Speak unto the children of Israel, say- 
ing, ^He that offereth the sacrifice of his 
peace-offerings unto the Lord, shall bring 
nis oblation unto the Lord of the sacrifice 
of his peace-offerings. 

30 ''His own hands shall bring the offer- 



cHAP. vm. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1490. 


Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 


ch. 19. 6, 

7, 8. 


c Exod. 29. 
24, 27. 
cli. 8. 27. & 
9.21. 

Numb. 6.20. 
d ch. 3. 5, 
11, 16. 
e ver. 34. 




f ver. 34. 
ch. 9. 21. 
Numb. 6.20. 


p Numb. 
18. 27. 

q ch. 11. 10, 
11, 41. & 19. 

7. 


e Exod. 29. 

ch! 10. 14, 
15. 

Numb. 18. 
18, 19. 
Deut. 18. 3. 


r ch. 15. 3. 




s Gen. 17. 
14. 




t ch. 12. & 
13. & 15. 


h ch. 8. 12, 
30. 

Exod. 40. 
13, 15. 


II ch. 11. 24, 

28. 

w Ezek. 4. 

14. 

X ver. 20. 


i ch. C. 9. 

k ch.6. 14. 
1 ch. 6. 25. 
m ver. 1. 
n ch. 6. 20. 
Exod. 29. 1. 
o ver. 11. 


y ch. 3. 17. 


pch. 1.2. 


T Heb. 
carcass. 
ch. 17. 1.5. 
neut. 14. 21. 
Ezek. 4. 14. 
& 44. 31. 




7. Cm. 9. 4. 
ch. 3. 17. & 
17. 10,-14. 


a Exod. 29. 
1, 2, 3. 

b Exod. 28. 

2,4. 

c Exod. 30. 

24, 25. 


a ch. 3. 1. 




b ch. 3. 3, 4, 
9,14. 


d Exod. 
29.4. 



The priesfs portion. 

ings of the Lord made by fire ; the fat 
with the breast, it shall he bring, that "^the 
breast may be waved for a wave-offering 
before the Lord. 

31 '^And the priest shall burn the fat 
upon the altar: "^but the breast shall be 
Aaron's and his sons'. 

32 And ^the right shoulder shall ye give 
unto the priest ybr an heave-offering of the 
sacrifices of your peace-offerings. 

33 He among the sons of Aaron that 
offereth the blood of the peace-offerings, 
and the fat, shall have the right shoulder 
for his part. 

34 For sthe wave-breast and the heave- 
shoulder have I taken of the children of 
Israel from off the sacrifices of their peace- 
offerings, and have given them unto Aaron 
the priest, and unto his sons, by a statute for 
ever, from among the children of Israel. 

35 IF This is the portion of the anointing 
of Aaron, and of the anointing of his sons, 
out of the offerings of the Lord made by 
fire, in the day when he presented them to 
minister unto the Lord in the priest's office ; 

36 Which the Lord commanded to bo 
given them of the children of Israel, ^ in 
the day that he anointed them, by a statute 
for ever throughout their generations. 

37 This is the law 'of the burnt-offering, 
"^of the meat-offering, 'and of the sin-offer- 
ing, ™and of the trespass-offering, "and of 
the consecrations, and °of the sacrifice of 
the peace-offerings ; 

38 Which the Lord commanded Moses 
in mount Sinai, in the day that he com- 
manded the children of Israel p to offer their 
oblations unto the Lord, in the wilderness 
of Sinai, 

CHAP. vm. 

1 Moses consecrateth Aaro7i and his sons. 14 Their 
sin-offeri7ig. 18 Their burnt-offering. 22 The ram 
of consecrations. 31 The place and time of their con- 
secration. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ings 

2 ''Take Aaron and his sons with him, 

and ^the garments, and ^the anointing oil, 
and a bullock for the sin-offering, and two 
rams, and a basket of unleavened bread ; 

3 And gather thou all the congregation 
together unto the door of the tabernacle of 
the congregation. 

4 And Moses did as the Lord command- 
ed him ; and the assembly was gathered 
together unto the door of the tabernacle of 
the congregation. 

5 And Moses said unto the congregation, 
''This is the thing which the Lord com- 
manded to be done. 

99 



Aaro7i and his sons consecrated. 



LEVITICUS. 



6 And Moses brought Aaron and his 
sons, "^and washed them with water. 

7 ^And he put upon him the ^coat, and 
girded him with the girdle, and clothed 
him with the robe, and put the ephod upon 
him, and he girded him with the curious 
girdle of the ephod, and bound it unto him 
therewith. 

8 And he put the breast-plate upon him : 
also he ^'put in the breast-plate the Urim 
and the Thummim. 

9 'And he put the mitre upon his head ; 
also upon the mitre, even upon his fore- 
front, did he put the golden plate, the holy 
crown; as the Lord •'commanded Moses. 

10 •And Moses took the anointing oil, 
and anointed the tabernacle and all that was 
therein, and sanctified them. 

11 And he sprinkled thereof upon the 
altar seven times, and anointed the altar 
and all his vessels, both the laver and his 
foot, to sanctify them, 

12 And he ™ poured of the anointing oil 
upon Aaron's head, and anointed him, to 
sanctify him. 

13 "And Moses brought Aaron's sons, 
and put coats upon them, and girded them 
with girdles, and t put bonnets upon them ; 
as the Lord commanded Moses. 

14 ° And he brought the bullock for 
the sin-offering : and Aaron and his sons 
p laid their hands upon the head of the bul- 
lock for the sin-offering. 

15 And he slew it ; ^and Moses took the 
blood, and put it upon the horns of the 
altar round about with his finger, and pu- 
rified the altar, and poured the blood at 
the bottom of the altar, and sanctified it, 
to make reconciUation upon it. 

16 ""And he took all the fat that wasw^on 
the inwards, and the caul above the liver, 
and the two kidneys, and their fat, and 
Moses burned it upon the altar. 

17 But the bullock, and his hide, his flesh, 
and his dung, he burnt with fire without the 
camp ; as the Lord ^ commanded Moses. 

18 IT t And he brought the ram for the 
burnt-offering : and Aaron and his sons laid 
their hands upon the head of the ram. 

19 And he killed it ; and Moses sprinkled 
the blood upon the altar round about. 

20 And he cut the ram into pieces ; and 
Moses burnt the head, and the pieces, and 
the fat. 

21 And he washed the inwards and the 
legs in water ; and Moses burnt the whole 
ram upon the altar : it was a burnt-sacrifice 
for a sweet savour, and an offering made by 
fire unto the Lord ; " as the Lord com- 
manded Moses, 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

e Exod. 29. 

4. 

f Exod. 29. 

5. 

g Exod. 28. 



h Exod. 28. 
30. 



i Exod. 29. 
6. 



k Exod. 28. 
37, &c. 
1 Exod. 30. 
2f), 27, 28. 
29. 



m ch. 21. 
10, 12. 
Exod. 29. 7. 
& 30. 30. 
Ps. 133. 2. 



n Exod. 29. 
8,9. 



t Hcb. 
hound. 



Exod. 29. 

JO. 

Ezck.43.19. 



p ch. 4. 4. 



q Exod. 29. 
12, 36. 
di. 4. 7. 
Ezek. 43. 
20, 26. 
llebr. 9.22. 



r Exod. 29. 

13 

ch. 4. 8. 



s ch. 4. 11, 

12. 

Exod. 29. 14. 

t Exod. 29. 

1.5. 



11 Exod. 29. 
18. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



w Exod. 29. 
19, 31. 



X Exod. 29. 
22. 



7 Exod. 29. 
23. 



z Exod. 29. 
24, &c. 



a Exod. 29. 

25. 



b Exod. 29. 
26. 

c Exod. 29. 
21. & 30. .30. 
Numb. 3. 3. 



d Exod. 29. 
31, 32. 



e Exod. 29. 
34. 



f Exod. 29. 
30, 35. 
Ezek. 43. 
25, 26. 

g Hebr. 7. 
16. 



The ram of consecration, 

22 ^ And ^he brought the other ram, the 
ram of consecration : and Aaron and his sons 
laid their hands upon the head of the ram. 

23 And he slew it ; and Moses took of the 
blood of it, and put it upon the tip of 
Aaron's right ear, and upon the thumb of 
his right hand, and upon the great toe of 
his right foot. 

24 And he brought Aaron's sons, and Mo- 
ses put of the blood upon the tip of their 
right ear, and upon the thumbs of their 
right hands, and upon the great toes of their 
right feet : and Moses sprinkled the blood 
upon the altar round about. 

25 ''And he took the fat, and the rump, 
and all the fat that was upon the inwards, 
and the caul above the liver, and the two 
kidneys, and their fat, and the right shoul- 
der : 

26 yAnd out of the basket of unleavened 
bread, that was before the Lord, he took 
one unleavened cake, and a cake of oiled 
bread, and one wafer, and put the7n on the 
fat, and upon the right shoulder : 

27 And he put all ^upon Aaron's hands, 
and upon his sons' hands, and waved them 
for a wave-offering before the Lord. 

28 ^And Moses took them from off their 
hands, and burnt them on the altar upon 
the burnt-offering : they were consecrations 
for a sweet savour : it is an offering made 
by fire unto the Lord, 

29 And Moses took the breast, and waved 
it for a wave-offering before the Lord : 
for of the ram of consecration it was Moses' 
''part; as the Lord commanded Moses, 

30 And *= Moses took of the anointing oil, 
and of the blood which was upon the altar, 
and sprinkled it upon Aaron, and upon his 
garments, and upon his sons, and upon his 
sons' garments with him ; and sanctified 
Aaron, and his garments, and his sons, and 
his sons' garments with him. 

31 IT And Moses said unto Aaron and to 
his sons, ••Boil the flesh at the door of the 
tabernacle of the congregation ; and there 
eat it with the bread that is in the basket 
of consecrations, as I commanded, saying, 
Aaron and his sons shall eat it. 

32 ''And that which remaineth of the flesh 
and of the bread shall ye burn with fire. 

33 And ye shall not go out of the door of 
the tabernacle of the congregation in seven 
days, until the days of your consecration 
be at an end : for ^ seven days shall he con- 
secrate you. 

34 &As he hath done this day, so the 
Lord hath commanded to do, to make an 
atonement for you. 

35 Therefore shall ye abide at the door of 

100 



Aaroii's offerings. 

the tabernacle of the congregation day and 
night seven days, and ''keep the charge of 
the Lord, that ye die not: for so I am 
commanded. 

36 So Aaron and his sons did all things 
which the Lord commanded by the hand 
of Moses. 

CHAP. IX. 

1 The first offerings of Aaron,for himself and the people. 
8 The sin-offering, \2 and the bvrnt-offering for him- 
self 15 The offerings for the people. 23 Moses and 
Aaron bless the people. 24 Fire comethfrom the Lord, 
upon the altar. 

AND '^it came to pass on the eighth 
day, that Moses called Aaron and his 
sons, and the elders of Israel ; 

2 And he said unto Aaron, •'Take thee 
a young calf for a sin-offering, ''and a ram 
for a burnt-offering, without blemish, and 
offer them before the Lord. 

3 And unto the children of Israel thou 
shalt speak, saying, '^Take ye a kid of the 
goats for a sin-offering ; and a calf and a 
lamb, both of the first year, without blemish, 
for a burnt-offering ; 

4 Also a bullock and a ram for peace- 
offerings, to sacrifice before the Lord ; and 
* a meat-offering mingled with oil : for ^to-day 
the Lord will appear unto you. 

5 H And they brought that which Moses 
commanded before the tabernacle of the 
congregation : and all the congregation drew 
near and stood before the Lord. 

6 And Moses said. This is the thing which 
the Lord commanded that ye should do : 
and &the glory of the Lord shall appear 
unto you. 

7 And Moses said unto Aaron, Go unto 
the altar, and ** offer thy sin-offering, and 
thy burnt-offering, and make an atonement 
for thyself, and for the people : and 'offer 
the offering of the people, and make an 
atonement for them -, as the Lord com- 
manded. 

8 IF Aaron therefore went unto the altar, 
and slew the calf of the sin-offering, which 
was for himself. 

9 '^And the sons of Aaron brought the 
blood unto him : and he dipped his finger 
in the blood, and 'put it upon the horns of 
the altar, and poured out the blood at the 
bottom of the altar : 

10 ™But the fat, and the kidneys, and the 
caul above the liver of the sin-offering, he 
burnt upon the altar j "as the Lord com- 
manded Moses. 

11 "And the flesh and the hide he burnt 
with fire without the camp. 

12 And he slew the burnt-offering ; and 
Aaron's sons presented unto him the blood. 



CHAP. X. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1490. 


1490. 


h Numb. 3. 
7. & 9. 19. 
Deut. 11. 1. 
1 Kings 2. 3. 


p ch. 1.5. 

& 8. 19. 
q ch. 8. 20. 




r ch. 8. 21. 




s ver. 3. 
Isai. 53. 10. 
Hebr. 2. 17. 
& 5 3. 


a Ezek. 43. 
27. 


tch.1.3,10 

11 Or, 
ordinance. 


b ch. 4. 3. 

& 8. 14. 
Exod. 29.1. 
c ch. 8. 18. 


u ver. 4. 

ch.2. 1, 2. 

t Heb. filled 

his hand out 

of it. 

X Exod. 29 

38. 




y ch. 3. I, 

&c. 


A ch. 4. 23. 
Ezra 6. 17. 
& 10. I'J. 




e ch. 2. 4. 
f ver. 6, 23. 
Exod. 29. 43. 


7. ch. 3. 5, 
16. 




a Exod. 29. 
24, 26. 
ch. 7. 30, 31, 
32, 33, ^4. 




b Numb. 6. 
23. 

Deut. 21. 5. 
Luke 24. 50. 


(r ver. 23. 
E.\od.24.16. 




h ch. 4. 3. 
1 Sam. 3. 14. 
Hebr. 5. 3. 

& 7. 27. & 


c ver. 6. 
Numb. 14. 
10. & 16. 19, 
42. 


9. 7. 

i ch. 4. 16, 
20. 
Hebr. 5. 1. 


d Gen. 4. 4. 
.ludg. 6. 21. 
1 Kings 18. 
38. 




2 Chron. 7. 

1. 

Ps. 20. 3. 




e 1 Kings 

18, 39. 

2 Chron. 7. 

3. 

Ezra 3. 11. 


k cli. 8. 15. 




1 Seech. 4. 7. 




m ch. 8 10. 

n ch. 4. 8. 

o ch. 4. n. 
& 8. 17. 


a ch. 10. 1. 
&22. 9. 
Numb. 3. 3, 
4. &26. 61. 

1 Chron. 24. 
2. 

b ch. 16. 12. 

Numb. 16. 

IS. 

c Exod. 30. 

9. 

d ch. 9. 24. 

Numb. 16. 

.35. 

2 Sam. 6. 7. 



The offerings for the people. 

p which he sprinkled round about upon the 
altar. 

13 lAnd they presented the burnt-offer- 
ing unto him, with the pieces thereof, and 
the head : and he burnt them upon the altar. 

14 ""And he did wash the inwards and the 
legs, and burnt them upon the burnt-offering 
on the altar. 

15 ^'And he brought the people's offer- 



ing, and took the 



goat. 



which was the sin- 



offering for the people, and slew it, and 
offered it for sin, as the first. 

16 And he brought the burnt-offering, 
and offered it * according to the || manner. 

17 And he brought "the meat-offering, 
and t took an handful thereof, and burnt it 
upon the altar, ^besides the burnt-sacrifice 
of the morning. 

18 He slew also the bullock and the ram 
for ya sacrifice of peace-offerings, which was 

for the people : and Aaron's sons presented 
unto him the blood, which he sprinkled upon 
the altar round about, 

19 And the fat of the bullock, and of 
the ram, the rump, and that which covcr- 
eth the inwards., and the kidneys, and the 
caul above the liver : 

20 And they put the fat upon the breasts, 
^and he burnt the fat upon the altar : 

21 And the breasts and the right shoulder 
Aaron waved "^for a wave-offering before the 
Lord ; as Moses commanded. 

22 And Aaron lifted up his hand toward 
the people, and ''blessed them; and came 
down from offering of the sin-offering, and 
the burnt-offering, and peace-offerings. 

23 And Moses and Aaron went into the 
tabernacle of the congregation, and came 
out, and blessed the people : <=and the glory 
of the Lord appeared unto all the people. 

24 And ''there came a fire out from be- 
fore the Lord, and consumed upon the 
altar the burnt-ofiering and the fat : lohich 
when all the people saw, ^they shouted, and 
fell on their faces. 



CHAP. X. 

1 Nadah and Abihu, for offering of strange fire, are 
burnt by fire. 6 Aaron and his sons are forbidden 
to mourn for them. 8 The priests are forbidden wine 
xohen they are to go into the tabernacle. 12 The law 
of eating the holy things. 16 Aaronh excuse for 
transgressing thereof. 

AND ^Nadab and Abihu, the sons of 
Aaron, '' took either of them his censer, 
and put fire therein, and put incense thereon, 
and offered *= strange fire before the Lord, 
which he commanded them not. 

2 And there ''went out fire from the 
Lord, and devoured them, and they died 
before the Lord, 

101 



The priests are forbidden wine. 



LEVITICUS. What beasts may, and may not be eaten. 



3 Then Moses said unto Aaron, This is 
it that the Lord spake, saying, I will be 
sanctified in them ^that come nigh me, 
and before all the people I will be ''glorified. 
8 And Aaron held his peace. 

4 And Moses called Mishael and Elza- 
phan, the sons of ^Uzziel the uncle of 
Aaron, and said unto them. Come near, 
'carry your brethren from before the sanc- 
tuary out of the camp. 

5 So they went near, and carried them in 
their coats out of the camp ; as Moses had said. 

6 And Moses said unto Aaron, and unto 
Eleazar and unto Ithamar, his sons, ''Un- 
cover not your heads, neither rend your 
clothes; lest ye die, and lest 'wrath come 
upon all the people : but let your brethren, 
the whole house of Israel, bewail the burn- 
ing which the Lord hath kindled, 

7 ""And ye shall not go out from the 
door of the tabernacle of the congregation, 
lest ye die: "for the anointing oil of the 
Lord is upon you. And they did accord- 
ing to the word of Moses. 

8 IF And the Lord spake unto Aaron, 
saying, 

9 °Do not drink wine nor strong drink, 
thou, nor thy sons with thee, when ye go 
into the tabernacle of the congregation, lest 
ye die : it shall be a statute for ever through- 
out your generations : 

10 And that ye may Pput difference be- 
tween holy and unholy, and between un- 
clean and clean ; 

1 1 "i And that ye may teach the children of 
Israel all the statutes which the Lord hath 
spoken unto them by the hand of Moses. 

12 IF And Moses spake unto Aaron, and 
unto Eleazar and unto Ithamar, his sons 
that were left. Take 'the meat-offering that 
remaineth of the ofierings of the Lord made 
by fire, and eat it Avithout leaven beside the 
altar : for ' it is most holy : 

13 And ye shall eat it in the holy place, 
because it is thy due, and thy sons' due, of 
the sacrifices of the Lord made by fire : 
for 'so I am commanded. 

14 And " the wave-breast and heave-shoul- 
der shall ye eat in a clean place ; thou, and 
thy sons, and thy daughters with thee : 
for they be thy due, and thy sons' due, which 
are given out of the sacrifices of peace-offer- 
ings of the children of Israel. 

15 '^The heave-shoulder and the wave- 
breast shall they bring, with the ofTerings 
made by fire of the fat, to wave it for a 
wave-offering before the Lord ; and it 
shall be thine, and thy sons' with thee, by 
a statute for ever ; as the Lord hath com- 
;nanded. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1490. 


1490. 


e Exod. 19. 


y ch. 9. 3, 


22. & 29. 43. 


15. 


ch. 21. 6, 17, 




21. 




Isai. 52. 11. 




Ezek. 20.41. 




& 42. 13. 




r Isai. 49. 3. 




Ezek. 28.22. 


z cli. 6. 26, 


.lolm 13. 31, 


29. 


32. & 14. 13. 




2Thess. 1. 




10. 




E Ps. 39. 9. 
Ii Exod. 6. 






18,22. 




Numb. 3. 




19, 30. 




i Luke 7. 




12. 

Acts 5. 6. 9, 


a ch. 6. 30. 


10. & 8. ^. 






b ch. 6. 26. 


k Exod. 33. 




5. 




eh. 13. 45. 




&21.1, 10. 




Numb. 6. 6, 

7. 

neut. 33. 9. 


c ch. 9. 8, 


12. 


Ezek. 24. 




16, 17. 




1 Numb. 16. 




22, 46. 




Josh. 7. 1. 




& 22. 18, 20. 




2 Sam. 24. 1. 




m cli. 21. 12. 


d Jer. 6. 20. 




& 14. 12. 




Hos. 3. 4. 




Mai. 1. 10, 


n Exod. 28. 


13. 


41. 




cli 8. .10. 




o Ezek. 44. 




21. 




Luke 1. 15. 




1 Tim. 3. 3. 




Tit. 1. 7. 


• 




a Deut. 14. 




4. 


p ch. 11. 47. 


Acts 10. 12, 


& 20.25. 


14. 


.Ter. 15. 19. 




Ezek. 22. 




26. & 44. 23. 




q Deut. 24. 

Neh. 8. 2, 8, 






9, 13. 




.Ter. 18. IS. 




Mai. 2. 7. 




r Exod. 29. 




2. 




ch. 6. 16. 




Numb. 18. 




9, 10. 




s ch. 21. 22. 




t ch. 2. 3. & 




6. 16. 




u Exod. 29. 




24. 26, 27. 




ch. 7. 31, 34. 




Numb. 18. 




11. 






c Isai. 65. 4. 




& 66. 3, 17. 




d Isai. .52. 11. 




See Matt. 15. 




11, 20. 




Mark 7. 2, 


X ch. 7. 29, 


15, 18. 


30, 34. 


Acts 10. 14, 




1.5. & 15. 29. 




Rom. 14. 14, 




17. 




1 Cor. 8. 8. 




Col. 2. 16, 




21. 




Hebr. 9. 10. 




e Deut. 14. 




9. 



16 "(FAnd Moses dihgently sought ^the 
goat of the sin-offering, and behold, it was 
burnt : and he was angry with Eleazar and 
Ithamar, the sons of Aaron which were left 
alive, saying, 

17 ^Wherefore have ye not eaten the sin- 
offering in the holy place, seeing it is most 
holy, and God hath given it you to bear 
the iniquity of the congregation, to make 
atonement for them before the Lord ? 

18 Behold, ^the blood of it was not 
brought in within the holy place : ye should 
indeed have eaten it in the holy place, ''as I 
commanded. 

19 And Aaron said unto Moses, Behold, 
°this day have they offered their sin-offer- 
ing, and their burnt-offering before the 
Lord; and such things have befallen me: 
and f I had eaten the sin-offering to-day, 
'' should it have been accepted in the sight 
of the Lord ? 

20 And when Moses heard that, he was 
content. 

CHAP. XL 

1 What beasts may, 4 and what may not be eaten. 
9 What fishes. 13 What fowls. 29 The creeping 
things which are unclean. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses and to 
- Aaron, saying unto them, 

2 Speak unto the children of Israel, say- 
ing, ^ These are the beasts which ye shall 
eat among all the beasts that are on the 
earth. 

3 Whatsoever parteth the hoof, and is 
cloven-footed, and cheweth the cud among 
the beasts, that shall ye eat. 

4 Nevertheless, these shall ye not eat, of 
them that chew the cud, or of them that 
divide the hoof : as the camel, because he 
cheweth the cud, but divideth not the hoof; 
he is unclean unto you. 

5 And the coney, because he cheweth 
the cud, but divideth not the hoof; he is 
unclean unto you. 

6 And the hare, because he cheweth the 
cud, but divideth not the hoof; he is un- 
clean unto you. 

7 And the swine, though he divide the 
hoof, and be cloven-footed, yet he cheweth 
not the cud ; "^he is unclean to you. 

8 Of their flesh shall ye not eat, and 
their carcass shall ye not touch ; '' they are 
unclean to you. 

9 IF •" These shall ye eat, of all that are in 
the waters : whatsoever hath fins and scales 
in the waters, in the seas, and in the rivers, 
them shall ye eat. 

10 And all that have not fins nor scales 
in the seas, and in the rivers, of all that 
move in the waters, and of any living 

102 



What fowls may^ or may not he eaten, 

thing which is in the waters, they shall be 
an f abomination unto you : 

11 They shall be even an abomination un- 
to you : ye shall not eat of their flesh, but ye 
shall have their carcasses in abomination. 

12 Whatsoever hath no fins nor scales in 
the waters, that shall be an abomination unto 
you. 

13 IF ^ And these are they which ye shall 
have in abomination among the fowls ; they 
shall not be eaten, they are an abomination : 
the eagle, and the ossifrage, and the ospray, 

14 And the vulture, and the kite after 
his kind ; 

15 Every raven after his kind ; 

16 And the owl, and the night-hawk, and 
the cuckoo, and the hawk after his kind, 

17 And the little owl, and the cormorant, 
and the great owl, 

18 And the swan, and the pelican, and the 
gier-eagle, 

19 And the stork, the heron after her 
kind, and the lapwing, and the bat. 

20 All fowls that creep, going upon all 
four, shall be an abomination unto you. 

21 Yet these may ye eat, of every flying 
creeping thing that goeth upon all four, 
which have legs above their feet, to leap 
withal upon the earth ; 

22 Even these of them ye may eat ; ^ the 
locust after his kind, and the bald locust 
after his kind, and the beetle after his kind, 
and the grasshopper after his kind. 

23 But all other flying creeping things, 
which have four feet, shall be an abomina- 
tion unto you. 

24 And for these ye shall be unclean : 
whosoever toucheth the carcass of them 
shall be unclean until the even. 

25 And whosoever beareth aught of the 
carcass of them 'shall wash his clothes, and 
be unclean until the even. 

26 The carcasses of every beast which di- 
videth the hoof and is not cloven-footed, 
nor cheweth the cud, are unclean unto 
you : every one that toucheth them shall 
be unclean. 

27 And whatsoever goeth upon his paws, 
among all manner of beasts that go on all 
four, those are unclean unto you : whoso 
toucheth their carcass shall be unclean until 
the even. 

28 And he that beareth the carcass of 
them shall wash his clothes, and be unclean 
until the even : they are unclean unto you. 

29 If These also shall be unclean unto you 
among the creeping things that creep upon 
the earth; the weasel, and "^the mouse, and 
the tortoise after his kind, 

30 And the ferret, and the chameleon, 



CHAP. XI. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1490. 


1490. 


fch. 7. 18. 
Deut. 14. 3. 




g Deut. 14. 
12. 






1 ch. 15. 12. 












m ch. 6. 28. 
& 15. 12. 




t Heb 

a aathcring 
together of 
waters. 


h Matt. 3. 4. 
Mark 1. 6. 








i ch. 14. 8. 
& 15. 5. 
Numb. 19. 
10, 22. & 31, 
24. 


n ch. 17. 15. 
& 22. 8. 
Deut. 14.21. 
Ezek. 4. 14. 
& 44. 31. 




t Heb. 
doth vinlti- 
ply feet. 




o ch. 20. 25. 
t Heb. sovls. 


k hai. m. 
17. 


p Exod. 19. 

0. 

ch. 19. 2. & 

20. 7, 26. 

lThess.4.7. 

1 Pet. 1. 15, 

lb. 



The creeping things which are unclean. 

and the lizard, and the snail, and the 
mole. 

31 These are unclean to you among all 
that creep : whosoever doth touch them, 
when they be dead, shall be unclean until 
the even. 

32 And upon whatsoever any of them, 
when they are dead, doth fall, it shall be 
unclean ; whether it be any vessel of wood, 
or raiment, or skin, or sack, whatsoever 
vessel it be, wherein any work is done, ' it 
must be put into water, and it shall be un- 
clean until the even ; so it shall be cleansed. 

33 And every earthen vessel, whereinto 
any of them falleth, whatsoever is in it shall 
be unclean ; and ""ye shall break it. 

34 Of all meat which may be eaten, that 
on which such water cometh shall be un- 
clean : and all drink that may be drunk in 
every such vessel, shall be unclean. 

35 And every thing whereupon any part 
of their carcass falleth, shall be unclean ; 
whether it be oven, or ranges for pots, they 
shall be broken down : for they are un- 
clean, and shall be unclean unto you. 

36 Nevertheless, a fountain or pit, f where- 
in there is plenty of water, shall be clean : 
but that which toucheth their carcass shall 
be unclean. 

37 And if any part of their carcass fall 
upon any sowing-seed which is to be sown, 
it shall be clean. 

38 But if any water be put upon the seed, 
and a?iy part of their carcass fall thereon, 
it shall be unclean unto you. 

39 And if any beast, of which ye may eat, 
die; he that toucheth the carcass thereof 
shall be unclean until the even. 

40 And ° he that eateth of the carcass of 
it shall wash his clothes, and be unclean until 
the even ; he also that beareth the carcass 
of it shall wash his clothes, and be unclean 
until the even. 

41 And every creeping thing that creepeth 
upon the earth shall be an abomination ; it 
shall not be eaten. 

42 Whatsoever goeth upon the belly, 
and whatsoever goeth upon all four, or 
whatsoever t hath more feet among all 
creeping things that creep upon the earth, 
them ye shall not eat; for they are an abomi- 
nation. 

43 ° Ye shall not make your t selves abo- 
minable with any creeping thing that 
creepeth, neither shall ye make yourselves 
unclean with them, that ye should be defiled 
thereby. 

44 For I am the Lord your God : ye shall 
therefore sanctify yourselves, and Pye shall 
be holy ; for I am holy : neither shall ye 

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The punjication of women. 

defile yourselves with any manner of creep- 
ing thing that crecpeth upon the earth. 

45 iFor I am the Lord that bringeth 
you up out of the land of Egypt, to be your 
God : "^ye shall therefore be holy, for I am 
holy. 

46 This is the law of the beasts, and of 
the fowl, and of every living creature that 
moveth in the waters, and of every creature 
that creepeth upon the earth ; 

47 ^ To make a difference between the 
unclean and the clean, and between the 
beast that may be eaten and the beast that 
may not be eaten. 

CHAP. XII. 

1 The purification of women after childhirlh. 6 Her 
offerings for her purifying. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ing, 

2 Speak unto the children of Israel, say- 
ing. If a ^ woman have conceived seed, 
and borne a man-child, then ^ she shall be 
unclean seven days : <^ according to the days 
of the separation for her infirmity shall she 
be unclean. 

3 And in the "^eighth day the flesh of his 
foreskin shall be circumcised. 

4 And she shall then continue in the blood 
of her purifying three and thirty days : she 
shall touch no hallowed thing, nor come 
into the sanctuary, until the days of her 
purifying be fulfilled. 

5 But if she bear a maid-child, then she 
shall be unclean two weeks, as in her separa- 
tion ; and she shall continue in the blood of 
her purifying threescore and six days. 

6 And ''when the days of her purifying 
are fulfilled, for a son, or for a daughter, 
she shall bring a lamb t of the first year for 
a burnt-offering, and a young pigeon, or a 
turtle-dove, for a sin-offering, unto the door 
of the tabernacle of the congregation, unto 
the priest : 

7 Who shall offer it before the Lord, 
and make an atonement for her; and she 
shall be cleansed from the issue of her 
blood. This is the law for her that hath 
borne a male or a female. 

8 'And if fshe be not able to bring a 
lamb, then she shall bring two turtles, or 
two young pigeons ; the one for the burnt- 
offering, and the other for a sin-offering : 
Pand the priest shall make an atonement 
for her, and she shall be clean. 

CHAP. xm. 

1 The laws and tokens whereby the priest is to be guided in 
discerning the leprosy. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses and 
Aaron, saying. 



LEVITICUS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

q Exod. 6. 7. 



r ver. 44. 



8 ch. 10. lU. 



a ch. 15. 19. 
b Luke 2. 22. 
c ch. 15. 19. 



d Gen. 17. 

12. 

Luke 1. 59. 

& 2.21. 

John 7. 22, 

23. 



c Luke 2. 
22. 



t Heb. 

a son of his 

year. 



f ch. 5. 7. 
Luke 2. 24. 
t Heb. 
her hand 
find not suf- 
ficiency of. 



K ch. 4. 26. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1490. 

JToT ~ 

swelling. 

a Deut. 28. 

27. 

Isai. 3. 17. 

b Dout. 17. 

8, 9. & 24. 

8. 

Luke 17. 14. 



c ch. n. 25. 
& 14. 8. 



d Numb. 12. 

10, J2. 

2 Kings 5. 

27. 

2 Chron. 26. 

20. 

t Heh. 
the quicken- 
ing of living 
fiesh. 



Laws a?id tokens whereby 

2 When a man shall have in the skin of 
his flesh a || rising, ^ a scab, or bright spot, 
and it be in the skin of his flesh like the 
plague of leprosy ; ^then he shall be brought 
unto Aaron the priest, or unto one of his 
sons the priests : 

3 And the priest shall look on the plague 
in the skin of the flesh : and when the hair 
in the plague is turned white, and the 
plague in sight be deeper than the skin of 
his flesh, it is a plague of leprosy : and the 
priest shall look on him, and pronounce him 
unclean. 

4 If the bright spot be white in the skin 
of his flesh, and in sight be not deeper than 
the skin, and the hair thereof be not turned 
white ; then the priest shall shut up him 
that hath the plague seven days : 

5 And the priest shall look on him the 
seventh day: and behold, if the plague in 
his sight be at a stay, and the plague spread 
not in the skin ; then the priest shall shut 
him up seven days more : 

6 And the priest shall look on him again 
the seventh day : and behold, if the plague 
be somewhat dark, and the plague spread not 
in the skin, the priest shall pronounce him 
clean : it is but a scab : and he "^ shall wash 
his clothes, and be clean. 

7 But if the scab spread much abroad in 
the skin, after that he hath been seen of 
the priest for his cleansing, he shah be seen 
of the priest again : 

8 And ?y* the priest see, that behold, the 
scab spreadeth in the skin, then the priest 
shall pronounce him unclean : it is a leprosy. 

9 IT When the plague of leprosy is in a 
man, then he shall be brought unto the 
priest : 

10 ''And the priest shall see him: and be- 
hold, if the rising be white in the skin, and 
it have turned the hair white, and there be 
t quick raw flesh in the rising : 

11 It is an old leprosy in the skin of his 
flesh, and the priest shall pronounce him 
unclean, and shall not shut him up : for he 
is unclean. 

12 And if a leprosy break out abroad in 
the skin, and the leprosy cover all the skin 
of him that hath the plague from his head 
even to his foot, wheresoever the priest 
looketh ; 

13 Then the priest shall consider : and 
behold, if the leprosy have covered all his 
flesh, he shall pronounce him clean that 
hath the plague : it is all turned white : he 
is clean. 

14 But when raw flesh appeareth in him, 
he shall be unclean. 

15 And the priest shall see the raw flesh, 

104 



tht priest is to be guided 

and pronounce him to be unclean : for the 
raw flesh is unclean : it is a leprosy. 

16 Or if the raw flesh turn again, and be 
changed into white, he shall come unto 
the priest ; 

17 And the priest shall see him: and be- 
hold, if the plague be turned into white ; 
then the priest shall pronounce him clean 
that hath the plague : he is clean. 

18 IF The flesh also, in which, even in the 
skin thereof, was a ^boil, and is healed, 

19 And in the place of the boil there be 
a white rising, or a bright spot, white, and 
somewhat reddish, and it be shewed to the 
priest ; 

20 And if, when the priest seeth it, be- 
hold, it be in sight lower than the skin, and 
the hair thereof be turned white ; the priest 
shall pronounce him unclean : it is a plague 
of leprosy broken out of the boil. 

21 But if the priest look on it, and be- 
hold, there be no white hairs therein, and 
if it be not lower than the skin, but be 
somewhat dark ; then the priest shall shut 
him up seven days : 

22 And if it spread much abroad in the 
skin, then the priest shall pronounce him 
unclean : it is a plague. 

23 But if the bright spot stay in his place, 
and spread not, it is a burning boil ; and the 
priest shall pronounce him clean. 

24 H Or if there be any flesh, in the skin 
whereof there is f 9- hot burning, and the 
quick Jlesh that burneth have a white bright 
spot, somewhat reddish, or white ; 

25 Then the priest shall look upon it : 
and behold, if the hair in the bright spot 
be turned white, and it be in sight deeper 
than the skin ; it is a leprosy broken out of 
the burning : wherefore the priest shall pro- 
nounce him unclean : it is the plague of 
leprosy. 

26 But if the priest look on it, and be- 
hold, there be no white hair in the bright 
spot, and it be no lower than the other skin^ 
but be somewhat dark ; then the priest shall 
shut him up seven days : 

27 And the priest shall look upon him 
the seventh day : and if it be spread much 
abroad in the skin, then the priest shall 
pronounce him unclean : it is the plague 
of leprosy. 

28 And if the bright spot stay in his 
place, ajid spread not in the skin, but it be 
somewhat dark ; it is a rising of the burn- 
ing, and the priest shall pronounce him 
clean : for it is an inflammation of the 
burning. 

29 IT If a man or woman have a plague 
upon the head or the beard j 

O 



CHAP. XIII. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



e Exod. 9.9. 



t Heb. a 
burning of 
fire. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



t Heb. head 
is pilled. 



in discerning the leprosy. 

30 Then the priest shall see the plague : 
and behold, if it be in sight deeper than 
the skin, and there be in it a yellow thin 
hair ; then the priest shall pronounce him 
unclean : it is a dry scall, even a leprosy 
upon the head or beard, 

31 And if the priest look on the plague 
of the scall, and behold, it be not in sight 
deeper than the skin, and that there is no 
black hair in it ; then the priest shall shut 
up him that hath the plague of the scall 
seven days : 

32 And in the seventh day the priest 
shall look on the plague : and behold, if 
the scall spread not, and there be in it no 
yellow hair, and the scall be not in sight 
deeper than the skin ; 

33 He shall be shaven, but the scall shall 
he not shave ; and the priest shall shut up 
him that hath the scall seven days more : 

34 And in the seventh day the priest shall 
look on the scall : and behold, if the scall 
be not spread in the skin, nor be in sight 
deeper than the skin ; then the priest shall 
pronounce him clean : and he shall wash his 
clothes, and be clean. 

35 But if the scall spread much in the 
skin after his cleansing ; 

36 Then the priest shall look on him : 
and behold, if the scall be spread in the 
skin, the priest shall not seek for yellow 
hair ; he is unclean. 

37 But if the scall be in his sight at a 
stay, and that there is black hair grown up 
therein ; the scall is healed, he is clean : 
and the priest shall pronounce him clean. 

38 IT If a man also or a woman have in 
the skin of their flesh bright spots, even 
white bright spots ; 

39 Then the priest shall look : and be- 
hold, if the bright spots in the skin of their 
flesh be darkish white ; it is a freckled spot 
that groweth in the skin ; he is clean. 

40 And the man whose t hair is fallen off' 
his head, he is bald ; yet is he clean. 

41 And he that hath his hair fallen oflf 
from the part of his head toward his face, 
he is forehead-bald ; yet is he clean. 

42 And if there be in the bald head, or 
bald forehead, a white reddish sore ; it is a 
leprosy sprung up in his bald head, or his 
bald forehead. 

43 Then the priest shall look upon it: 
and behold, if the rising of the sore be 
white reddish in his bald head, or in his 
bald forehead, as the leprosy appeareth in 
the skin of the flesh ; 

44 He is a leprous man, he is unclean : 
the priest shall pronounce him utterly un- 
clean ; his plague is in his head. 

105 



Laws and tokens, Sfc. 



LEVITICUS. 



45 And the leper in whom the plague is, 
his clothes shall be rent, and his head bare, 
and he shall *"put a covering upon his upper 
lip, and shall cry, ^Unclean, unclean. 

46 All the days wherein the plague shall 
he in him he shall be defiled ; he is unclean : 
he shall dwell alone, ''without the camp shall 
his habitation he. 

47 H The garment also that the plague of 
leprosy is in, whether it he a woollen garment. 



the warp, or woof, 
whether in a skin, 



or a linen garment ; 

48 Whether it he in 
of linen, or of woollen 
or in any f thing made of skin : 

49 And if the plague be greenish or red- 
dish in the garment, or in the skin, either in 
the warp, or in the woof, or in any f thing of 
skin ; it is a plague of leprosy, and shall be 
shewed unto the priest : 

50 And the priest shall look upon the 
plague, and shut up it that hath the plague 
seven days : 

51 And he shall look on the plague on the 
seventh day : if the plague be spread in the 
garment, either in the warp, or in the woof, 
or in a skin, or in any work that is made of 
skin ; the plague is 'a fretting leprosy ; it is 
unclean. 

52 He shall therefore burn that garment, 
whether warp or woof, in woollen or in linen, 
or any thing of skin, wherein the plague 
is : for it is a fretting leprosy ; it shall be 
burnt in the fire. 

53 And if the priest shall look, and be- 
hold, the plague be not spread in the garment, 
either in the warp or in the woof, or in any 
thing of skin ; 

54 Then the priest shall command that 
they wash the thing wherein the plague is, 
and he shall shut it up seven days more : 

55 And the priest shall look on the plague 
after that it is washed : and behold, if the 
plague have not changed his colour, and the 
plague be not spread ; it is unclean ; thou 
shalt burn it in the fire ; it is fret inward, 
t whether it he bare within or without. 

56 And if the priest look, and behold, 
the plague he somewhat dark after the wash- 
ing of it ; then he shall rend it out of the 
garment, or out of the skin, or out of the 
warp, or out of the woof: 

57 And if it appear still in the garment, 
either in the warp, or in the woof, or in any 
thing of skin ; it is a spreading jo/cr_^Me : thou 
shalt burn that wherein the plague is with fire. 

58 And the garment, either warp, or woof, 
or whatsoever thing of skin it he, which thou 
shalt wash, if the plague be departed from 
them, then it shall be washed the second 
time, and shall be clean. 



Before 

CH RIST 

1490. 

f Ezek. 24. 
17, 2-2. 
Mic. 3. 7. 
s Lain. 4. 

Is. 



h Numb. .5. 
2. & 12. 14. 
2 Kings 7. 3. 
& 15.5. 
2 Chron. 26. 
21. 
Luke 17. 12. 



t Heb. 
work uf. 



tHeb.ucsscZ, 
or, instru- 
mcnt. 



i ch. 14. 44. 



T Heb. 

wlietljer it 
be bald in 
the head 
thereof, or 
in the fore- 
head there- 
of. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



a Matt. 8. 
2, 4. 

Mark 1. 40, 
44. 

Luke 5. 12, 
14. & 17. 14. 



II Or, 

sparrows. 

b Numb. 

19. G. 

c Hebr. 9. 

19. 

d Pb. 51. 7. 



e Ilebr. 9. 
13. 

f 2 Kings 5. 
10, 14. 



t Heb. 
upon the 
face of the 
JU/(I. 
S ch. 13. 6. 

h ch. 11. 25. 



i Numb. 12. 
15. 



k Malt. 8. 4. 
Mark 1. 44. 
Luke 5. 14. 



t Hob. 
the daughter 
of he I year. 
I ch. 2. I. 
Numb. 15. 
4, 15. 



m ch. 5. 2, 
18. & 6. 6, 7. 

n E.\od. 29. 

24. 

o Exod. 29. 

II. 

oh. 1.5, 11. 

&. 4. 4, 24. 



The rites and sacrifices 

59 This is the law of the plague of leprosy 
in a garment of woollen or linen, either in 
the warp or woof, or any thing of skins, to 
pronounce it clean, or to pronounce it un- 
clean. 

CHAP. XIV. 

1 The rites and sacrifices in cleansing of the leper. 37 The 
signs of leprosy in a house. 43 The cleansing of that 
house. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ings 

2 This shall be the law of the leper in 

the day of his cleansing : He * shall be 
brought unto the priest : 

3 And the priest shall go forth out of the 
camp : and the priest shall look, and behold, 
if\he plague of leprosy be healed in the leper ; 

4 Then shall the priest command to take 
for him that is to be cleansed two || birds 
alive a/zc? clean, and ''cedar-wood, and *= scar- 
let, and ''hyssop. 

5 And the priest shall command that one 
of the birds be killed in an earthen vessel, 
over running water. 

6 As for the living bird, he shall take it, 
and the cedar-wood, and the scarlet, and the 
hyssop, and shall dip them, and the living 
bird, in the blood of the bird that was killed 
over the running water. 

7 And he shall ^sprinkle upon him that is 
to be cleansed from the leprosy '"seven times, 
and shall pronounce him clean, and shall let 
the living bird loose t into the open field. 

8 And he that is to be cleansed ^ shall 
wash his clothes, and shave oflf all his hair, 
''and wash himself in water, that he may be 
clean : and after that he shall come into the 
camp, and 'shall tarry abroad out of his tent 
seven days. 

9 But it shall be on the seventh day, that 
he shall shave all his hair ofi* his head, and 
his beard, and his eye-brows, even all his hair 
he shall shave oflf; and he shall wash his 
clothes, also he shall wash his flesh in water, 
and he shall be clean. 

10 And on the eighth day ''he shall take 
two he-lambs without blemish, and one ewe- 
lamb t of the first year without blemish, and 
three tenth-deals of fine flour /or 'a meat- 
oflfering, mingled with oil, and one log of oil. 

11 And the priest that maketh him clean, 
shall present the man that is to be made 
clean, and those things, before the Lord, at 
the door of the tabernacle of the congre- 
gation. 

12 And the priest shall take one he-lamb, 
and '"oflfer him for a trespass-offering, and 
the log of oil, and "wave them /or a wave- 
offerins before the Lord. 



13 And he shall 



slay 
106 



the lamb °in the 



in cleansing of the leper, 

place where he shall kill the sin-offering and 
the burnt-offering, in the holy place : for Pas 
the sin-offering is the priest's, so is the tres- 
pass-offering : 1 it is most holy. 

14 And the priest shall take some of the 
blood of the trespass-offering, and the priest 
shall put it "^upon the tip of the right ear 
of him that is to be cleansed, and upon the 
thumb of his right hand, and upon the 
great toe of his right foot. 

15 And the priest shall take some of the 
log of oil, and pour it into the palm of his 
own left hand ; 

16 And the priest shall dip his right finger 
in the oil that is in his left hand, and shall 
sprinkle of the oil with his finger seven times 
before the Lord. 

17 And of the rest of the oil that is in his 
hand, shall the priest put upon the tip of the 
right ear of him that is to be cleansed, and 
upon the thumb of his right hand, and upon 
the great toe of his right foot, upon the blood 
of the trespass-offering. 

18 And the remnant of the oil that is in 
the priest's hand he shall pour upon the head 
of him that is to be cleansed : ^and the priest 
shall make an atonement for him before the 
Lord, 

19 And the priest shall offer Hhe sin- 
offering, and make an atonement for him 
that is to be cleansed from his uncleanness; 
and afterward he shall kill the burnt-offer- 
ing. 

20 And the priest shall offer the burnt- 
offering, and the meat-offering upon the altar : 
and the priest shall make an atonement for 
him, and he shall be clean. 

21 And "if he be poor, and t cannot get 
so much ; then he shall take one lamb for 
a trespass-offering fto be waved, to make an 
atonement for him, and one tenth-deal of 
fine flour mingled with oil for a meat-offer- 
ing, and a log of oil; 

22 ^And two turtle-doves, or two young 
pigeons, such as he is able to get; and the 
one shall be a sin-offering, and the other a 
burnt-offering. 

23 ''And he shall bring them on the eighth 
day for his cleansing unto the priest, unto the 
door of the tabernacle of the congregation, 
before the Lord. 

24 yAnd the priest shall take the lamb of 
the trespass-offering, and the log of oil, and 
the priest shall wave them for a wave-offer- 
ing before the Lord. 

25 And he shall kill the lamb of the tres- 
pass-offering, ^and the priest shall take some 
of the blood of the trespass-offering, and put 
it upon the tip of the right ear of him that 
is to be cleansed, and upon the thumb of 



CHAP. XIV. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1490. 


1490. 


p ch. 7. 7. 
g ch. 2. 3. & 
7. 6. & 21. 
22. 




r Exod. 29. 

20. 

ch. 8. 23. 




i 






a ver. 22. 
ch. 15. 15. 


a ch. 4. 26. 






b ver. 10. 


t ch. 5. 1,6. 
& 12. 7. 






c Gen. 17. 8. 
Numb. 32. 
22. 

Deut. 7. 1. 
& 32. 49. 


u ch. .5. 7 

& 12. 8. 
t Heb. /lis 
/land reach, 
not. 
t Heb. 
for a 


d Ps. 91.10. 
Prov. 3. a3. 
Zech. 5. 4. 

II Or, 
prepare. 


waving. 




w ch. 12. 8. 
& 15. 14, 15. 




X ver. 11. 




y ver. 12. 




7. ver. 14. 





The signs of leprosy in a house, 

his right hand, and upon the great toe of his 
right foot. 

26 And the priest shall pour of the oil 
into the palm of his own left hand. 

27 And the priest shall sprinkle with his 
right finger some of the oil that is in his left 
hand seven times before the Lord : 

28 And the priest shall put of the oil that 
is in his hand, upon the tip of the right ear 
of him that is to be cleansed, and upon the 
thumb of his right hand, and upon the great 
toe of his right foot, upon the place of the 
blood of the trespass-offering. 

29 And the rest of the oil that is in the 
priest's hand, he shall put upon the head of 
him that is to be cleansed, to make an atone- 
ment for him before the Lord. 

30 And he shall offer the one of ^the 
turtle-doves, or of the young pigeons, such 
as he can get; 

31 Even such as he is able to get, the one 
for a sin-offering, and the other for a burnt- 
offering, with the meat-offering. And the 
priest shall make an atonement for him that 
is to be cleansed, before the Lord. 

32 This is the law of him in whom is the 
plague of leprosy, whose hand is not able to 
get ^ that which pertaineth to his cleansing. 

33 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses 
and unto Aaron, saying, 

34 ''When ye be come into the land of 
Canaan, which I give to you for a possession, 
and I put the plague of leprosy in a house of 
the land of your possession ; 

35 And he that owneth the house shall 
come and tell the priest, saying. It seemeth 
to me there is as it were '^a plague in the 
house : 

36 Then the priest shall command that 
they II empty the house, before the priest go 
into it to see the plague, that all that is in the 
house be not made unclean ; and afterward 
the priest shall go in to see the house : 

37 And he shall look on the plague, and 
behold, if the plague he in the walls of the 
house, with hollow streaks, greenish, or red- 
dish, which in sight are lower than the wall ; 

38 Then the priest shall go out of the 
house to the door of the house, and shut up 
the house seven days : 

39 And the priest shall come again the 
seventh day, and shall look; and behold, if 
the plague be spread in the walls of the 
house ; 

40 Then the priest shall command that 
they take away the stones in which the 
plague is, and they shall cast them into an 
unclean place without the city : 

41 And he shall cause the house to be 
scraped within round about, and they shall 

107 



The cleansing of leprosy in a house. 



LEVITICUS. 



pour out the dust that they scrape off with- 
out the city into an unclean place : 

42 And they shall take other stones, and 
put them in the place of those stones; and 
he shall take other mortar, and shall plaster 
the house. 

43 And if the plague come again, and 
break out in the house, after that he hath 
taken away the stones, and after he hath 
scraped the house, and after it is plas- 
tered ; 

44 Then the priest shall come and look; 
and behold, if the plague be spread in the 
house, it is ^a fretting leprosy in the house: 
it is unclean. 

45 And he shall break down the house, 
the stones of it, and the timber thereof, and 
all the mortar of the house : and he shall 
carry them forth out of the city into an un- 
clean place. 

46 Moreover, he that goeth into the house 
all the while that it is shut up, shall be un- 
clean until the even. 

47 And he that lieth in the house shall 
wash his clothes : and he that eateth in the 
house shall wash his clothes. 

48 And if the priest t shall come in, 
and look upon it, and behold, the plague 
hath not spread in the house, after the house 
was plastered : then the priest shall pro- 
nounce the house clean, because the plague 
is healed. 

49 And ^he shall take to cleanse the house 
two birds, and cedar-wood, and scarlet, and 
hyssop : 

50 And he shall kill the one of the 
birds in an earthen vessel, over running 
water : 

51 And he shall take the cedar-wood, and 
the hyssop, and the scarlet, and the living 
bird, and dip them in the blood of the slain 
bird, and in the running water, and sprinkle 
the house seven times : 

52 And he shall cleanse the house with 
the blood of the bird, and with the running 
water, and with the living bird, and with the 
cedar-wood, and with the hyssop, and with 
the scarlet: 

53 But he shall let go the living bird out 
of the city into the open fields, and ? make 
an atonement for the house : and it shall be 
clean. 

54 This is the law for all manner of plague 
of leprosy, and ''scall, 

55 And for the 'leprosy of a garment, 
•"and of an house, 

56 And ^for a rising, and for a scab, and 
for a bright spot : 

57 To '"teach twhen it is unclean, and 
when it is clean : this is the law of leprosy. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1490. 



e ch. 13. 51. 
Zech. 5. 4. 



t Heb. 
in coming 
in shall 
come in, (J-c. 



f ver. 4. 



g ver. 20. 



h ch. 13. 30. 
i ch. 13. 47. 

k ver. 34. 

1 ch. 13. 2. 

m Deut. 24. 

8. 

Ezek. 44.23. 

t Heb. 

in the day of 

the vnclean, 

and in the 

day of the 

clean. 



Before ) 
CHRIST 
1490. 



a ch. 22. 4. 
Numb. 5. 2. 
2 Sam. 3. 29. 
Matt. 9. 20. 
Mark 5. 25. 
Luke 8. 43. 
il Or, 

running of 
the reins. 



tHeb. 

vessel. 



b ch. 11. 25. 
& 17. 15. 



c ch. 6. 28. 
& 11. 32, 33. 



d ver. 28. 
ch. 14. 8. 



e ch. 14. 22, 
23. 



f chC 14. 30, 
31/ 



The uncleanness of men in their issues, 
CHAP. XV. 

I The uncleanness of men in their issues. 13 The cleans- 
ing of them. 19 The uncleanness of wovien in their 
issues, 28 Their cleansing. , 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses and 
to Aaron, saying, 

2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and 
say unto them, ^ When any man hath a 

II running issue out of his flesh, because of 
his issue he \s unclean. 

3 And this shall be his uncleanness in his 
issue : whether his flesh run with his issue, 
or his flesh be stopped from his issue, it is 
his uncleanness. 

4 Every bed whereon he lieth that hath 
the issue, is unclean : and every t thing 
whereon he sitteth, shall be unclean. 

5 And whosoever toucheth his bed, shall 
wash his clothes, ^and bathe himself in water, 
and be unclean until the even. 

6 And he that sitteth on any thing 
whereon he sat that hath the issue, shall wash 
his clothes, and bathe himself in water, and 
be unclean until the even. 

7 And he that toucheth the flesh of him 
that hath the issue, shall wash his clothes, 
and bathe himself in water, and be unclean 
until the even. 

8 And if he that hath the issue spit upon 
him that is clean; then he shall wash his 
clothes, and bathe himself in water, and be 
unclean until the even. 

9 And what saddle soever he rideth upon 
that hath the issue, shall be unclean. 

10 And whosoever toucheth any thing that 
was under him, shall be unclean until the 
even : and he that beareth any of those 
things, shall wash his clothes, and bathe him- 
self in water, and be unclean until the even. 

11 And whomsoever he toucheth that 
hath the issue (and hath not rinsed his hands 
in water) he shall wash his clothes, and bathe 
himself in water, arid be unclean until the 
even. 

12 And the ''vessel of earth that he touch- 
eth which hath the issue, shall be broken : 
and every vessel of wood shall be rinsed in 
water. 

13 And when he that hath an issue is 
cleansed of his issue ; then ^he shall number 
to himself seven days for his cleansing, and 
wash his clothes, and bathe his flesh in run- 
ning water, and shall be clean. 

14 And on the eighth day he shall take to 
him nwo turtle-doves, or two young pigeons, 
and come before the Lord, unto the door of 
the tabernacle of the congregation, and give 
them unto the priest : 

15 And the priest shall offer them, ^the 
one for a sin-offering, and the other for a 

108 



The uncleanness of women in their issues, CHAP. XVI. 



burnt-offering ; ^ and the priest shall make 
an atonement for him before the Lord for 
his issue. 

16 And •'if any man's seed of copulation 
go out from him, then he shall wash all his 
flesh in water, and be unclean until the even. 

17 And every garment, and every skin 
whereon is the seed of copulation, shall be 
washed with water, and be unclean until the 
even. 

18 The woman also with whom man shall 
lie with seed of copulation, they shall both 
bathe themselves in water, and ' be unclean 
until the even. 

19 IT And '^ if a woman have an issue, and 
her issue in her flesh be blood, she shall be 
t put apart seven days : and whosoever touch- 
eth her shall be unclean until the even. 

20 And every thing that she lieth upon 
in her separation shall be unclean : every 
thing also that she sitteth upon shall be 
unclean. 

21 And whosoever toucheth her bed shall 
wash his clothes, and bathe himself in water, 
and be unclean until the even. 

22 And whosoever toucheth any thing 
that she sat upon shall wash his clothes, and 
bathe himself in water, and be unclean until 
the even. 

23 And if it be on her bed, or on any 
thing whereon she sitteth, when he toucheth 
it he shall be unclean until the even. 

24 And ^ if any man lie with her at all, 
and her flowers be upon him, he shall be un- 
clean seven days : and all the bed whereon 
he lieth shall be unclean. 

25 And if ""a woman have an issue of her 
blood many days out of the time of her sepa- 
ration, or if it run beyond the time of her 
separation ; all the days of the issue of her 
uncleanness shall be as the days of her sepa- 
ration ; she shall be unclean. 

26 Every bed whereon she lieth all the 
days of her issue shall be unto her as the bed 
of her separation : and whatsoever she sitteth 
upon shall be unclean, as the uncleanness of 
her separation. 

27 And whosoever toucheth those things 
shall be unclean, and shall wash his clothes, 
and bathe himself in water, and be unclean 
until the even. 

28 But " if she be cleansed of her issue, 
then she shall number to herself seven days, 
and after that she shall be clean. 

29 And on the eighth day she shall take 
unto her two turtles, or two young pigeons, 
and bring them unto the priest, to the door 
of the tabernacle of the congregation. 

30 And the priest shall offer the one for 
a sin-offering, and the other for a burnt- 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



e ch. 14. 19, 
31. 

h ch. 22. 4. 
Deut. 23. 10. 



i 1 Sam. 21. 
4. 



k ch. 12. 2. 



t Heb. 
in her sepa- 
ration. 



1 See ch. 20. 

18. 



m Matt. 9. 
20. 

Mark 5. 25. 
Luke 8. 43. 



n ver. 13. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



o ch. 11. 47. 
Deut. 24. 8. 
Ezek. 44. 23. 



p Numb. 5. 
3. & 19. 13, 
20. 

Ezck. 5. 11. 
& 23. 38. 
q ver. 2. 

r ver. 16. 



8 ver. 19. 



t ver. 25. 
u ver. 24. 



a ch. 10. 1, 
2. 



b Exod. 30. 

10. 

ch. 23. 27. 

Hebr.9. 7.&; 

10. 19. 



c Exod. 25. 
22. & 40. 34. 
1 Kings 8. 
10. 11, 12. 

d Hebr. 9.7, 
12, 24, 25. 

e ch. 4. 3. 



f Exod. 28. 
39, 42, 43. 
ch. G. 10. 
Ezek. 44. 17. 
18. 



g Exod. 30. 

20. 

ch. 8. 6, 7. 



h See ch. 4. 

14. 

Numb. 29. 

11. 

2 Chron. 29. 

21. 

Ezra 6. 17. 

Ezek. 45. 22, 

23. 



i ch. 9. 7. 
Hebr. 5. 2. 

& 7. 27, 28. 
& 9.7. 



t Hcb. 
Miaiel. 



t Heb. 
went up. 



k 1 Jolin 2. 



How the holy place must be entered. 

offering ; and the priest shall make an atone- 
ment for her before the Lord for the issue 
of her uncleanness. 

31 Thus shall ye "separate the children of 
Israel from their uncleanness : that they die 
not in their uncleanness, when they p defile 
my tabernacle that is among them. 

32 iThis is the law of him that hath an 
issue, 'and of him whose seed goeth from 
him, and is defiled therewith ; 

33 ^ And of her that is sick of her flowers, 
and of him that hath an issue, of the man, 
*and of the woman, "and of him that lieth 
with her that is unclean. 

CHAP. XVL 

1 How the high priest must enter into the holy place. 
11 The sin-offering for himself. 15 The sin-offering 
for the people. 20 The scape-goat. 29 The yearly 
feast of the expiations. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses after 
^the death of the two sons of Aaron, 
when they offered before the Lord, and 
died: 

2 And the Lord said unto Moses, Speak 
unto Aaron thy brother, that he ^ come not 
at all times into the holy place within the 
vail, before the mercy-seat, which is upon the 
ark; that he die not: for •=! will appear in 
the cloud upon the mercy-seat. 

3 Thus shall Aaron ^ come into the holy 
place : ''with a young bullock for a sin-offer- 
ing, and a ram for a burnt-offering. 

4 He shall put on ^the holy linen coat, 
and he shall have the linen breeches upon his 
flesh, and shall be girded with a linen girdle, 
and with the linen mitre shall he be attired : 
these are holy garments ; therefore ^ shall he 
wash his flesh in water, and so put them on. 

5 And he shall take of ^ the congregation 
of the children of Israel two kids of the goats 
for a sin-oft ering, and one ram for a burnt- 
offering. 

6 And Aaron shall offer his bullock of the 
sin-offering, which is for himself, and 'make 
an atonement for himself, and for his house. 

7 And he shall take the two goats, and 
present them before the Lord at the door of 
the tabernacle of the congregation. 

8 And Aaron shall cast lots upon the two 
goats ; one lot for the Lord, and the other 
lot for the t scape-goat. 

9 And Aaron shall bring the goat upon 
which the Lord's lot t fell, and offer him /or 
a sin-offering. 

10 But the goat on which the lot fell to 
be the scape-goat, shall be presented alive 
before the Lord, to make ''an atonement 
with him, and to let him go for a scape-goat 
into the wilderness. 

11 And Aaron shall bring the bullock of 

109 



The sin-offering for the high priest, <^c. LEVITICUS. 



The yearly feast of the expiations. 



the sin-offering, which is for himself, and 
shall make an atonement for himself, and 
for his house, and shall kill the bullock of the 
sin-offering which is for himself: 

12 And he shall take 'a censer full of 
burning coals of fire from off the altar before 
the Lord, and his hands full of '" sweet in- 
cense beaten small, and bring it within the 
vail : 

13 "And he shall put the incense upon the 
fire before the Lord, that the cloud of the 
incense may cover the ° mercy-seat that is 
upon the testimony, that he die not. 

14 And p he shall take of the blood of the 
bullock, and i sprinkle it with his finger upon 
the mercy-seat eastward : and before the 
mercy-seat shall he sprinkle of the blood 
with his finger seven times. 

15 IF'- Then shall he kill the goat of the 
sin-offering that is for the people, and bring 
his blood ^within the vail, and do with that 
blood as he did with the blood of the bullock, 
and sprinkle it upon the mercy-seat, and be- 
fore the mercy-seat : 

16 And he shall *make an atonement for 
the holy place, because of the uncleanness 
of the children of Israel, and because of their 
transgressions in all their sins : and so shall 
he do for the tabernacle of the congregation 
that t remaineth among them in the midst of 
their uncleanness. 

17 "And there shall be no man in the 
tabernacle of the congregation when he 
goeth in to make an atonement in the holy 
place, until he come out, and have made an 
atonement for himself, and for his household, 
and for all the congregation of Israel. 

18 And he shall go out unto the altar 
that is before the Lord, and ^make an 
atonement for it ; and shall take of the 
blood of the bullock, and of the blood of 
the goat, and put it upon the horns of the 
altar round about. 

19 And he shall sprinkle of the blood 
upon it with his finger seven times, and 
cleanse it, and y hallow it from the unclean- 
ness of the children of Israel. 

20 IF And when he hath made an end of 
^ reconciling the holy place, and the taber- 
nacle of the congregation, and the altar, he 
shall bring the live goat : 

21 And Aaron shall lay both his hands 
upon the head of the live goat, and confess 
over him all the iniquities of the children of 
Israel, and all their transgressions in all their 
sins, ^putting them upon the head of the 
goat, and shall send him away by the hand 
of t a fit man into the wilderness : 

22 And the goat shall ^bear upon him 
all their iniquities unto a land t not inhabit- 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



1 ch. 10. 1. 

Namb. 16. 
J8, 46. 
Rev. «. 5. 

m Exod. 30. 
34. 



n Exod. 30. 
17 8 

Numb. 16.7, 
18, 46. 

Rev. 8. 3, 4. 
o Exod. 25. 
21. 



p ch. 4. 5. 
Hebr. 9. 13, 
2,5. & 10. 4. 
q ch. 4. 6. 



r Hebr. 2. 17. 
& 5. 2. & 9. 

7,28. 

s ver. 2. 
Hebr. 6. 19. 
& 9. 3, 7, 12. 



t See Exod. 

29.30. 

Ezek. 45. 

18. 

Hebr. 9. 22, 

23. 



t Heb. 
dwelteth. 



u See 

Exod. 34. 3. 
Luke 1. 10. 



X Exod. 30. 

10. 

ch. 4. 7, 18. 

Hebr. 9. 22, 

23. 



y Ezek. 43. 
20. 



z ver. 16. 
Ezek. 45. 20. 



a Isai. 53. 6. 
t Ileb. 

a man of op- 
portunitv. 
b Lsai. 53. 
n, 12. 
John 1. 29. 
Hebr. 9. 28. 
1 Pet. 2. 24. 
t Heb. of 
separation. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



c Ezek. 42. 
14. & 44. 19. 



d ver. 3, 5. 



e ch. 4. 10. 



fch. 15. 5. 



g ch. 4. 12, 
21. & 6. 30. 
Hebr. 13. 11. 



h Exod. 30. 

10. 

ch. 23. 27. 

Numb. 29. 7. 

Isai. 58. 3, 5. 

IJan. 10. 3, 

12. 



i Ps. 51. 2. 

•ler. 33. 8. 

Eph. 5. 26. 

Hebr. 9. 13. 

14. & 10. 1,2. 

1 John 1. 7, 

9. 

k ch. 23. 32. 



1 ch. 4. 3, 5, 
16. 

t Heh.fill 
his hand. 
m Exod. 29. 
29, 30. 
Numb. 20. 
26, 28. 
n ver. 4. 



o ver. 6. 16, 
18, 19, 24. 



p ch. 23. 31. 
Numb. 29. 7. 



q Exod. 30. 

10. 

Hebr. 9. 7, 



ed : and he shall let go the goat in the wil- 
derness. 

23 And Aaron shall come into the taber- 
nacle of the congregation, ''and shall put off 
the linen garments which he put on when 
he went into the holy place, and shall leave 
them there : 

24 And he shall wash his flesh with water 
in the holy place, and put on his garments, 
and come forth, ^ and offer his burnt-offering, 
and the burnt-oftering of the people, and 
make an atonement for himself, and for the 
people. 

25 And ^the fat of the sin-offering shall 
he burn upon the altar. 

26 And he that let go the goat for the 
scape-goat shall wash his clothes, ^ and bathe 
his flesh in water, and afterward come into 
the camp. 

27 ^ And the bullock for the sin-offering, 
and the goat for the sin-offering, whose 
blood was brought in to make atonement 
in the holy place, shall one carry forth 
without the camp ; and they shall burn in 
the fire their skins, and their flesh, and their 
dung. 

28 And he that burneth them shall 
wash his clothes, and bathe his flesh in 
water, and afterward he shall come into 
the camp. 

29 IF And this shall be a statute for ever 
unto you: that ^m the seventh month, on 
the tenth day of the month, ye shall afflict 
your souls, and do no work at all, whether it 
he one of your own country, or a stranger 
that sojourneth among you : 

30 For on that day shall the priest make 
an atonement for you, to ' cleanse you, that 
ye may be clean from all your sins before the 
Lord. 

31 "^ It shall he a sabbath of rest unto you, 
and ye shall afflict your souls by a statute 
for ever. 

32 'And the priest whom he shall anoint, 
and whom he shall f" consecrate to minister 
in the priest's office in his father's stead, 
shall make the atonement, and "shall put 
on the linen clothes, even the holy gar- 
ments : 

33 And °he shall make an atonement for 
the holy sanctuary, and he shall make an 
atonement for the tabernacle of the congre- 
gation, and for the altar : and he shall make 
an atonement for the priests, and for all the 
people of the congregation. 

34 P And this shall be an everlasting 
statute unto you, to make an atonement for 
the children of Israel for all their sins lonce 
a year. And he did as the Lord com- 
manded Moses. 

110 



Blood of slain beasts must he offered, 
CHAP. XVII. 



CHAP. XVIL XVIII. 



1 The blood of all slain beasts must be offered to the 
Lord at the door of the tabernacle. 7 They must not 
offer to devils. 10 All eating of blood is forbidden, 
15 and all that dieth alone,or is torn. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ing, 

2 Speak unto Aaron, and unto his sons, 
and unto all the children of Israel, and say 
unto them. This is the thing which the 
Lord hath commanded, saying, 

3 What man soever there he of the house 
ol Israel, *that killeth an ox, or lamb, or 
goat in the camp, or that killeth it out of 
the camp, 

4 ^And bringeth it not unto the door of 
the tabernacle of the congregation, to offer 
an offering unto the Lord before the taber- 
nacle of the Lord : blood shall be *= imputed 
unto that man, he hath shed blood; and 
that man "^ shall be cut off from among his 
people : 

5 To the end that the children of Israel 
may bring their sacrifices ^ which they offer 
in the open field, even that they may bring 
them unto the Lord, unto the door of the 
tabernacle of the congregation, unto the 
priest, and offer them for peace-offerings 
unto the Lord. 

6 And the priest ^ shall sprinkle the blood 
upon the altar of the Lord at the door of the 
tabernacle of the congregation, and ^burn the 
fat for a sweet savour unto the Lord. 

7 And they shall no more offer their sacri- 
fices '*unto devils, after whom they 'have 
gone a whoring : This shall be a statute for 
ever unto them throughout their generations. 

811 And thou shalt say unto them. Whatso- 
ever man there he of the house of Israel, or of 
the strangers which sojourn among you, ""that 
offereth a burnt-offering or sacrifice, 

9 And 'bringeth it not unto the door of 
the tabernacle of the congregation, to offer it 
unto the Lord ; even that man shall be cut 
off from among his people. 

10 IF ™ And whatsoever man there he of 
the house of Israel, or of the strangers that 
sojourn among you, that eateth any manner 
of blood; "I will even set my face against 
that soul that eateth blood, and will cut him 
off from among his people. 

1 1 ° For the life of the flesh is in the 
blood ; and I have given it to you upon the 
altar, Pto make an atonement for your souls : 
for 1 it is the blood that maketh an atone- 
ment for the soul. 

12 Therefore I said unto the children of 
Israel, No soul of you shall eat blood, neither 
shall any stranger that sojourneth among you 
eat blood. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



a SecDeut. 
12. 5, 15, 21. 



b neuf. 12. 
5, 6, 13, 14. 



c Rom. 5. 13. 



d Gen. 17. 
14. 



e Gen. 21. 
33. & 22. 2. 
& 31. 54. 
Deut. 12. 2. 

1 Kings 14. 
23 

2 kings 16. 
4. & 17. 10. 
2 Chron. 28. 
4. 

Ezek. 20. 28. 
& 22. 9. 



f ch. 3. 2. 



g Exod. 29. 

18. 

ch. 3. 5, n, 

16. & 4. 31. 

Numb. 18. 

17. 

h Deut. 32. 

17. 

2 Chron. 11. 

15. 

Ps. 106. 37. 

1 Cor. 10. 20. 

Rev. 9. 20. 

1 Exod. 34. 

]5. 

ch. 20. 5. 

ncul.31. 16. 

Ezek. 23. 8. 

k ch. 1. 2, 3. 



1 ver. 4. 



m Gen. 9. 4. 
rh. 3. 17. & 
7. 26, 27. 
& 19. 26. 
Deut. 12. 16, 
23. & 15. 23. 
1 Sam. 14. 
33. 

Ezek. 44.7. 
n ch. 20. 3, 
?i 5 & 26. 
17. 

.Icr. 44. 11. 
Ezek. 14. 8. 
& 1.5. 7. 
o ver. 14. 



P Matt. 26. 
28. 

Mark 14. 24. 
Rom. 3. 25. 
& 5. 9. 
Ephes. 1. 7. 
Col. 1. 14. 
20. 

Hehr. 13. 12. 
1 Pet. 1. 2. 
1 .lohn 1. 7. 
Rev. 1. 5. 
Hebr. 9. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1490. 



t Heb. that 

hunteth any 

hunting. 

X ch. 7. 26. 

8 Deut. 12. 

16, 24. & 15. 

23. 

t Ezek. 24. 

7. 

u ver. 11, 
12. 

Gen. 9. 4. 
Deut. 12. 23. 



X Exod. 22. 
31. 

ch. 22. 8. 
Deut. 14. 21. 
Ezek. 4. 14. 
& 44. 31. 
t Heb. 
a carcass. 
y cli. 11. 25. 

z ch. 15. 5. 



a eh. 5. 1. 
&. 7. 18. & 
19. 8. 
Numb. 19. 
20. 



a ver. 4. 
Exod. 6. 7. 
ch. 11. 44. 
& 19. 4, 10, 
34. & 20. 7. 
Ezek. 20. 5, 
7, 19, 20. 
b Ezek. 20. 
7, 8. & 23. 8. 
c Exod. 23. 
24. 

ch. 20. 23. 
Deut. 12. 4, 
30, 31. 
d Deut. 4. 
J, 2. & 6. 1. 
Ezek. 20. 19. 



e Ezek. 20. 
11, 13, 21. 
Luke 10. 28. 
Rom. 10. 5. 
Gal. 3. 12. 
f Exod. 6. 2, 
6, 29. 
Mai. 3. 6. 
t Heb. 
remainder of 
his flesh. 

g ch. 20. 11. 



h Gen. 49. 4. 
ch. 20. 11. 
Deut. 22. 30. 
& 27. 20. 
Ezek. 22. 
10. 
Amos. 2. 7. 

1 Cor. 5. 1. 
i ch. 20. 17. 

2 Sam. 13. 
12. 

Ezek. 22. 
11. 



A 



Unlawful marriages, 

13 And whatsoever man there he of the 
children of Israel, or of the strangers that 
sojourn among you, t which "^ hunteth and 
catcheth any beast or fowl that maybe eaten ; 
he shall even ^pour out the blood thereof, 
and *^ cover it with dust. 

14 "For it is the life of all flesh, the 
blood of it is for the life thereof : therefore 
I said unto the children of Israel, Ye shall 
eat the blood of no manner of flesh ; for the 
life of all flesh is the blood thereof : whoso- 
ever eateth it shall be cut off. 

15 ''And every soul that eateth t that 
which died of itself or that which was torn 
with heasts, (whether it he one of your own 
country, or a stranger) ^he shall both wash 
his clothes, ^ and bathe Amse//" in water, and 
be unclean until the even : then shall he be 
clean. 

16 But if he wash them not, nor bathe his 
flesh; then '^he shall bear his iniquity. 

CHAP. xvm. 

1 Unlawful marriages. 19 Unlawful lusts. 

ND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ing. 

2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and 

say unto them, =^1 am the Lord your God. 

3 ^ After the doings of the land of Egypt 
wherein ye dwelt, shall ye not do : and 
''after the doings of the land of Canaan 
whither I bring you, shall ye not do : neither 
shall ye walk in their ordinances. 

4 ^Ye shall do my judgments, and keep 
mine ordinances, to walk therein : I am the 
Lord your God. 

5 Ye shall therefore keep my statutes and 
my judgments : ^which if a man do, he shall 
live in them : ^I am the Lord. 

6 H None of you shall approach to any that 
is t near of kin to him, to uncover their na- 
kedness : I am the Lord. 

7 &The nakedness of thy father, or the 
nakedness of thy mother, shalt thou not un- 
cover : she is thy mother, thou shalt not 
uncover her nakedness. 

8 ^The nakedness of thy father's wife 
shalt thou not uncover : it is thy father's 
nakedness. 

9 'The nakedness of thy sister, the daugh- 
ter of thy father, or daughter of thy mother, 
whether she Reborn at home, or born abroad, 
eve7i their nakedness thou shalt not uncover. 

10 The nakedness of thy son's daughter, 
or of thy daughter's daughter, even their na- 
kedness thou shalt not uncover : for theirs is 
thine own nakedness. 

11 The nakedness of thy father's wife's 
daughter, begotten of thy father, (she is thy 
sister) thou shalt not uncover her nakedness. 

Ill 



Unlawful lusts. 



LEVITICUS. 



12 ^Thou shalt not uncover the nakedness 
of thy father's sister : she is thy father's near 
kinswoman, 

13 Thou shalt not uncover the nakedness 
of thy mother's sister : for she is thy mother's 
near kinswoman. 

14 'Thou shah not uncover the nakedness 
of thy father's brother, thou shah not ap- 
proachito his wife : she is thine aunt. 

1 5"^ Thou shalt not uncover the nakedness 
of thy daughter-in-law : she is thy son's wife, 
thou shalt not uncover her nakedness. 

16 "Thou shalt not uncover the nakedness 
of thy brother's wife : it is thy brother's na- 
kedness. 

17 "Thou shalt not uncover the nakedness 
of a woman and her daughter, neither shalt 
thou take her son's daughter, or her daugh- 
ter's daughter, to uncover her nakedness j^br 
they are her near kinswomen: liis wickedness. 

18 Neither shalt thou take || a wife to her 
sister, Pto vex her., to uncover her nakedness, 
besides the other in her Me-time, 

19 "Also thou shalt not approach unto 
a woman to uncover her nakedness, as long 
as she is put apart for her uncleanness. 

20 Moreover, ''thou shalt not lie carnally 
with thy neighbour's wife, to defile thyself 
with her. 

21 And thou shalt not let any of thy 
seed ^pass through the fire to ' Molech, 
neither shalt thou "profane the name of 
thy God : I am the Lord. 

22 ^Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as 
with womankind : it is abomination. 

23 y Neither shalt thou lie Avith any beast 
to defile thyself therewith : neither shall any 
woman stand before a beast to lie down 
thereto : it is "^ confusion. 

24 '^Defile not ye yourselves in any of 
these things : ^for in all these the nations 
are defiled which I cast out before you : 

25 And nhe land is defiled : therefore I do 
•^ visit the iniquity thereof upon it, and the 
land itself ^vomiteth out her inhabitants. 

26 ^ Ye shall therefore keep my statutes 
and my judgments, and shall not commit 
any of these abominations ; neither any of 
your own nation, nor any stranger that so- 
journeth among you : 

27 (For all these abominations have the 
men of the land done, which were before you, 
and the land is defiled ;) 

28 That "the land spue not you out also, 
when ye defile it, as it spued out the nations 
that were before you. 

29 For whosoever shall commit any of 
these abominations, even the souls that com- 
mit them shall be cut oflf from among their 
people. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



k ch. 20. 19. 



1 ch. 20. 20. 



m Gen. 38. 
18, 26. 
ch. 20. 12. 
Ezek. 22. 11. 



n ch. 20. 21. 
Matt. 14. 4. 
See Deut. 
25. 5. 

Matt. 22. 24. 
Mark 12. 19. 

o ch. 20. 14. 



II Or, ^ 
one wife to 
another. 
Exod. 26. 3. 
p 1 Sam. 1. 
6,8. 

q ch. 20. 18. 
Ezek. 18. 6. 
& 22. 10. 



r ch. 20. 10. 

Exod. 20. 

14. 

Deut. 5. 18. 

& 22. 22, 

Prov. 6. 29, 

32 

Mai. 3. 5. 

Matt. 5. 27. 

Rom. 2. 22. 

1 Cor. 6. 9. 
Hebr. 13. 4. 
s ch. 20. 2. 

2 Kings 16. 
3. &21.6.& 
23. 10. 

.ler. 19. 5. 

Ezek. 20. 31. 

& 23. 37, 39. 

1 1 Kings 11. 

7,33. 

Called, 

Acts i. 43. 

Moloch. 

u ch. 19. 12. 

& 20. 3. & 

21.6.&22.2. 

32. 

Ezek. 36. 20, 

&c. 

Mai. 1. 12. 

X ch. 20. 13. 

Rom. 1. 27. 

1 (^r. 6. 9. 

1 Tim. 1.10. 

y ch. 20. 15, 

16. 

Exod. 22. 19. 

7. ch. 20. 12. 

a ver. 30. 

Matt. 15. 18, 

19, 20. 

Mark 7. 21, 

22, 23. 

1 Cor. 3. 17. 

b ch. 20. 23. 

Deut. 18. 12. 

c Numb. 35. 

34. 

Jer. 2. 7. & 

16. 18. 

Ezek. 36. 17. 

d Ps. 89. 32. 

Isai. 26. 21. 

Jer. 5. 9, 29. 

&9. 9.&14. 

10. & 23. 2. 

Hos. 2. 13. 

& 8. 13. & 

9. 9. 

e ver. 28. 

f ver. 5, 30. 

ch. 20. 22, 

23. 

R ch. 20. 22. 

.ler. 9. 19. 

Ezek. 36. 13, 

17. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

h ver. 3. 26. 
ch. 20. 23. 
Deut. 18. 9. 
i ver. 24. 
k ver. 2, 4. 



a ch. 11. 44. 
& 20. 7, 26. 
1 Pet. 1. 16. 



b Exod. 20. 

12. 

c Exod. 20. 

8. & 31. 13. 



d Exod. 20. 

4. 

ch. 26. 1. 

1 Cor. 10. 

14. 

lJohn.5.21. 

e Exod. 34. 

17. 

Deut. 27. 15. 

f ch. 7. 16. 



E ch. 23. 22. 
Deut. 24. 19, 
20, 21. 
Ruth 2. 15, 
16. 



h Exod. 20. 
1.5. & 22. 1, 
7, 10. 

Deut. 5. 19. 
i ch. 6. 2. 
Eph. 4. 25. 
Col. 3. 9. 
k Exod. 20. 
7. 

ch. 6. 3. 
Deut. 5. 11. 
Matt. 5. 33. 
.1am. 5. 12. 
1 ch. 18.21. 
m Mark 10. 
19. 

1 Thes. 4. 6. 
n Deut. 24. 
14, 15. 
Mai. 3. 5. 

Jam. 5. 4. 

Deut. 27. 
18. 

Rom. 14. 13. 
p ver. 32. 
ch. 25. 17. 
Gen. 42. 18. 
Eccles. 5. 7. 

1 Pet. 2. 17. 
q Exod. 23. 
2,3. 

Deut. 1. 17. 
& 16. 19. & 
27. 19. 
Ps. 82. 2. 
Prov. 24. 23. 
Jam. 2. 9. 



A 



A repetition of sundry laws. 

30 Therefore shall ye keep mine ordinance, 
'Hhat ye commit not any one of these abomi- 
nable customs, which were committed before 
you, and that ye 'defile not yourselves there- 
in : ''I am the Lord your God. 

CHAP. XIX. 

A repetition of sundry laws. 
ND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ings 
2 Speak unto all the congregation of the 

children of Israel, and say unto them, *Ye 
shall be holy : for I the Lord your God am 
holy. 

311^ Ye shall fear every man his mother 
and his father, and •^keep my sabbaths : I am 
the Lord your God. 

4 IT ''Turn ye not unto idols, ''nor make to 
yourselves molten gods: I am the Lord your 
God. 

5 If And ^if ye offer a sacrifice of peace-offer- 
ings unto the Lord, ye shall oflfer it at your 
own will. 

6 It shall be eaten the same day ye offer 
it, and on the morrow : and if aught remain 
until the third day, it shall be burnt in the 
fire. 

7 And if it be eaten at all on the third 
day, it is abominable ; it shall not be ac- 
cepted. 

8 Therefore every one that eateth it shall 
bear his iniquity, because he hath profaned 
the hallowed thing of the Lord ; and that 
soul shall be cut oflf from among his people. 

9 H And ^when ye reap the harvest of your 
land, thou shalt not wholly reap the corners 
of thy field, neither shalt thou gather the 
gleanings of thy harvest. 

10 And thou shalt not glean thy vine- 
yard, neither shalt thou gather every grape 
of thy vineyard ; thou shalt leave them for 
the poor and stranger : I am the Lord your 
God. 

HIT ''Ye shall not steal, neither deal falsely, 
'neither lie one to another. 

12 IT And ye shall not "^ swear by my name 
falsely, 'neither shalt thou profane the name 
of thy God : I am the Lord. 

1311 ""Thou shalt not defraud thy neigh- 
bour, neither rob him: "the wages of him 
that is hired shall not abide with thee all 
night until the morning. 

14 IFThou shalt not curse the deaf, "nor put 
a stumbling-block before the blind, but shalt 
pfear thy God : I am the Lord. 

15 Hi Ye shall do no unrighteousness in 
judgment ; thou shalt not respect the person 
of the poor, nor honour the person of the 
mighty : hut in righteousness shalt thou 
judge thy neighbour. 

112 



Divers laws 

16 IT ''Thou slialt not go up and down as 
a tale-bearer among thy people ; neither shalt 
thou ^ stand against the blood of thy neigh- 
bour ; I am the Lord. 

17 IT 'Thou shalt not hate thy brother in 
thine heart : " thou shalt in any wise rebuke 
thy neighbour, || and not suffer sin upon him. 

18 IF ''Thou shalt not avenge, nor bear any 
grudge against the children of thy people, 
ybut thou shalt love thy neighbour as thy- 
self : I am the Lord, 

19 IT Ye shall keep my statutes. Thou shalt 
not let thy cattle gender with a diverse kind : 
''Thou shalt not sow thy field with mingled 
seed : ^neither shall a garment mingled of 
linen and woollen come upon thee. 

20 IT And whosoever lieth carnally with a 
woman that is a bond-maid || f betrothed to 
an husband, and not at all redeemed, nor free- 
dom given her; ||tshe shall be scourged: 
they shall not be put to death, because she 
was not free. 

21 And ^he shall bring his trespass-offer- 
ing unto the Lord, unto the door of the 
tabernacle of the congregation, even a ram 
for a trespass-offering. 

22 And the priest shall make an atone- 
ment for him with the ram of the trespass- 
offering before the Lord for his sin which 
he hath done ; and the sin which he hath 
done shall be forgiven him. 

23 IT And when ye shall come into the 
land, and shall have planted all manner of 
trees for food ; then ye shall count the fruit 
thereof as uncircumcised : three years shall 
it be as uncircumcised unto you : it shall not 
be eaten of. 

24 But in the fourth year all the fruit 
thereof shall be t holy <=to praise the Lord 
withal. 

25 And in the fifth year shall ye eat of 
the fruit thereof, that it may yield unto you 
the increase thereof: I am the Lord your 
God. 

26^*^ Ye shall not edit any thing with the 
blood : ^ neither shall ye use enchantment, nor 
observe times. 

27 ''Ye shall not round the corners of 
your heads, neither shalt thou mar the cor- 
ners of thy beard. 

28 Ye shall not s make any cuttings in 
your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks 
upon you : I am the Lord. 

29 IT ''Do not t prostitute thy daughter to 
cause her to be a whore : lest the land fall to 
whoredom, and the land become full of wick- 
edness. 

301[i Ye shall keep my sabbaths, and '^re- 
verence my sanctuary : I am the Lord. 

3111 'Regard not them that have familiar 



CHAP. XX. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

rExotl.23.L 
Ps. 15.3. 
& 50. S>0. 
Frov. 11. 13. 
& 20. 19. 
Ezek. 22. 9. 
s Exod. 23. 

I, 7. 

I Kings 21. 
13. 

Matt. 26. 60. 
6).&27. 4. 

I I John 2. 9, 

II. & 3. 15. 
u Matt. 18. 
15. 

Luke 17. 3. 
Gal. 6.1. 
Ephes. 5. 11. 

1 Tim. 5. 20. 

2 Tim. 4. 2. 
Tit. 1. 13. & 
2.15. 

II Or, that 

thou bear 

not sin for 

him: 

See Rom. 1. 

32 

1 Cor. 5. 2. 

1 Tim. 5. 22. 

2 John 11. 

X 2 Sam. 13. 

22. 

Prov. 20. 22. 

Rom. 12. 17, 

19. 

Gal. 5. 20. 

Eph. 4. 31. 

I Pet. 2. 1. 
Jam. .5. 9. 

y Matt. 5. 43. 
& 22. 39. 
Rom. 13.9. 
Gal. 5. 14. 
Jam. 2. 8. 
7. Deut. 22. 
9, 10. 

a Deut. 22. 
11. 

II Or, abused 
by any. 

t Heb. 

reproached 

liy, or, for 

man. 

N Or, they. 

t Heb. there 

shall be a 

scourging. 

b ch. 5. 15. 

&6.6. 



t Heb. 
holiness of 
prai.-<es to 
the. Lord. 
c Deut. 12. 
17, 18. 
Prov. 3. 9. 



d ch. 17. 10, 
&c. 

Deut. 12. 23. 
e Deut. 18. 
10, 11, 14. 

1 Sam. 15. 
23. 

2 Kings 17. 
17. & 21. 6. 
2 Chron. 33. 
6. 

Mai. 3. 5. 
fch. 21.5. 
Jer. 9. 26. 
& 48. .37. 
Isai. 15. 2. 
g ch. 21. 5. 
Deut. 14. 1. 
Jer. 16. 6. 
& 48. 37. 
h Deut. 23. 
17. 

THeb. 
profane. 
1 ver. 3. 
ch. 26. 2. 
kEccles.5.1. 
I Exod. 22. 
18. 

ch. 20. 6, 27. 
Deut. 18. 10. 
1 Sam. 28. 7. 
1 Chron. 10. 
13. 

Isai. 8. 19. 
Acts 16. 16. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

m Prov. 20. 
2<). 

I Tim. 5. 1. 

n ver. 14. 

o Exod. 22. 
21. &23. 9. 

II Or, op- 
press. 

P Exod. 12. 
48, 49. 



q Deut. 10. 
19. 



r ver. 15. 



s Deut. 25. 
13, 15. 
Prov. 11. 1. 
& 16. 11. & 
20. 10. 
t Heb. 
stones. 



t ch. 18. 4, 5. 
Deut. 4. 5, 6. 
&5. 1.&6. 

25. 



a ch. 18. 21. 

b ch. 18. 21. 

Deut. 12. 31. 

& 18. 10. 

2 Kings 17. 

17. Sc 23. 10. 

2Cliron. 33. 

6. 

Jer. 7. 31. 

&32.35. 

Ezek. 20. 26, 

31. 



c ch. 17. 10. 



d Ezek. 5. 

11. & 23. 38, 

39 

e ch. 18. 21. 



f Deut. 17. 

2, 3, 5. 

g ch. 17. 10. 

h Exod. 20. 

5. 

i ch. 17. 7. 



k ch. 19. 31. 



1 ch. 11. 44. 
& 19. 2. 
1 Pet. 1. 16. 



and ordinances. 

spirits, neither seek after wizards, to be de- 
filed by them : I am the Lord your God. 

32 II™ Thou shalt rise up before the hoary 
head, and honour the face of the old man, 
and "fear thy God : I am the Lord. 

33 IT And °if a stranger sojourn with thee 
in your land, ye shall not || vex him. 

34 ^But the stranger that dwelleth with 
you shall be unto you as one born among 
you, and ithou shalt love him as thyself; for 
ye were strangers in the land of Egypt : I 
am the Lord your God. 

35l[''Ye shall do no unrighteousness in 
judgment, in mete-yard, in weight, or in 
measure. 

36 ® Just balances, just t weights, a just 
ephah, and a just hin shall ye have : I am 
the Lord your God, which brought you out 
of the land of Egypt. 

37 "^ Therefore shall ye observe all my 
statutes, and all my judgments, and do 
them : I am the Lord. 

CHAP. XX. 

1 Of him that giveth of his seed to Molech. 4 Of him 
that favoureth such an one. 6 Of goi7ig to wizards. 
7 Of sanctification. 9 Of him that curseth his pa- 
rents. 10 Of adultery. 11, 14, 17, 19 Of incest. 
13 Of sodomy. 15 Of beastiality. 18 Of uncleanness. 
22 Obedience is required with holiness. 27 Wizards 
must he put to death. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ing, 

2 ^ Again thou shalt say to the children 
of Lsrael, "WhosoeverAefee of the children of 
Israel, or of the strangers that sojourn in 
Israel, that giveth any of his seed unto 
Molech, he shall surely be put to death : 
the people of the land shall stone him with 
stones. 

3 And •=! will set my face against that 
man, and will cut him off from among his 
people ; because he hath given of his seed 
unto Molech, to ^ defile my sanctuary, and 
®to profane my holy name. 

4 And if the people of the land do any 
ways hide their eyes from the man, when 
he giveth of his seed unto Molech, and 
^kill him not; 

5 Then s I will set my face against that 
man, and '^ against his family, and will cut 
him off, and all that 'go a whoring after 
him, to commit whoredom with Molech, 
from among their people. 

6 II And '^the soul that turneth after such 
as have familiar spirits, and after wizards, to 
go a whoring after them, I will even set my 
face against that soul, and will cut him off 
from among his people. 

7 H ' Sanctify yourselves therefore and be 
ye holy : for I am the Lord your God. 

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ni 



vers 



laws 



LEVITICUS. 



8 '"And ye shall keep my statutes, and 
do them: "I am the Lord which sanctify 
you. 

9 IT °For every one that curseth his father 
or his mother, shall be surely put to death : 
he hath cursed his father or his mother : 
Phis blood shall be upon him. 

10 IT And ithe man that committeth 
adultery with another man's wife, even he 
that committeth adultery with his neigh- 
bour's wife, the adulterer and the adulteress 
shall surely be put to death. 

1 1 ' And the man that lieth with his 
father's wife hath uncovered his father's 
nakedness : both of them shall surely be put 
to death : their blood shall he upon them. 

12 ^And if a man lie with his daughter- 
in-law, both of them shall surely be put to 
death : Hhey have wrought confusion ; their 
blood shall be upon them. 

13 " If a man also lie with mankind, 
as he lieth with a woman, both of them 
have committed an abomination : they shall 
surely be put to death ; their blood shall he 
upon them. 

14 ''And if a man take a wife and her 
mother, it is wickedness : they shall be burnt 
with fire, both he and they : that there be 
no wickedness among you. 

15 ^And if a man lie with a beast, he 
shall surely be put to death : and ye shall 
slay the beast. 

16 And if a woman approach unto any 
beast, and lie down thereto, thou shalt kill 
the woman and the beast ; they shall surely 
be put to death ; their blood shall be upon 
them. 

17 ^ And if a man shall take his sister, 
his father's daughter, or his mother's daugh- 
ter, and see her nakedness, and she see his 
nakedness : it is a wicked thing ; and they 
shall be cut off in the sight of their people : 
he hath uncovered his sister's nakedness ; 
he shall bear his iniquity. 

18 ^And if a man shall lie with a woman 
having her sickness, and shall uncover her 
nakedness ; he hath t discovered her fountain, 
and she hath uncovered the fountain of her 
blood : and both of them shall be cut off 
from among their people. 

19 ^ And thou shalt not uncover the 
nakedness of thy mother's sister, nor of thy 
father's sister : •= for he uncovereth his near 
kin : they shall bear their iniquity. 

20 ^ And if a man shall lie with his un- 
cle's wife, he hath uncovered his uncle's 
nakedness : they shall bear their sin ; they 
shall die childless. 

21 «And if a man shall take his brother's 
wife, it is t an unclean thing : he hath un- 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1490. 


1490. 


m ch. 19. 37. 




n E.vod. 31. 


fch. 18. 26. 


13. 


& 19.37. 


ch.21.8. 




Ezek. 37.28. 




o Exod. 21. 




17. 




neut. 27. 16. 
Prov. 20. 20. 


n ch. 18. 25, 

28. 

b ch. 18. 3, 

24, 30. 


Matt. 15. 4. 
p ver. 11, 
12, 13, If), 27. 
2 Sam. 1. 16. 




n cli. 18. 20. 
Deut. 22. 22. 






John 8. 4, 5. 






i ch. 18. 27. 




Deut. 9. 5. 




k Exod. 3. 




17. & 6. 8. 


r ch. 18. 8. 




Deut. 27. 23. 






1 ver. 26. 




Exod. 19. 




5. & 33. 16. 




Deut. 7. 6. & 




14.2. 


s ch. 18. 15. 


1 Kings 8. 




53. 




mch. 11. 47. 




Deut. 14. 4. 


t ch. 18. 23. 


n ch. 11. 43. 


uch. 18.22. 




Deut. 23. 17. 




See Gen. 19. 
5. 


11 Or,moveth. 


Judg.19.22. 






o ver. 7. 




ch. 19. 2. 




1 Pet. 1. 16. 




P ver. 24. 


X ch. 18. 17. 


Tit. 2. 14. 


Deut. 27. 23. 






qch. 19. 31. 
Exod. 22. 18. 






Deut 18. 10, 




11. 




1 Sam. 28. 




7.8. 


y ch. 18. 23. 


r ver. 9. 


Deut. 27. 21. 




7. cl). 18. 9. 




Deut. 27. 22. 




See Gen. 20. 




12. 


a Ezek. 44. 




25. 


a cb. 18. 19. 




See ch. 15. 




24. 




t Heb. 




made naked. 






11 Or. being 




a husband a- 




moni; his 




people, he 




shall not de- 




file himself 


b ch. 18. 12, 


for his wife, 
&c. 


13. 


See Ezek. 




24. 16, 17. 




b ch. l9. 27, 


c ch. 18. 6. 


28. 

Deut. 14.1. 




Ezek. 44.20. 


d ch. 18. 14. 






cch. 18.21. 




&. 19. 12. 




d See ch. 3. 




11. 


cb. 18. 16. 




tHeb. a 




separation. 


p Ezek. 44. 



and ordinaiices. 

covered his brother's nakedness ; they shall 
be childless. 

22 IT Ye shall therefore keep all my <" sta- 
tutes, and all my judgments, and do them : 
that the land whither I bring you to dwell 
therein, ^ spue you not out. 

23 ^ And ye shall not walk in the manners 
of the nations which I cast out before you : 
for they committed all these things, and 
' therefore I abhorred them. 

24 But ^ I have said unto you, Ye shall 
inherit their land, and I will give it unto 
you to possess it, a land that floweth with 
milk and honey : I am the Lord your 
God, ^vhich have separated you from other 
people. 

25 "^ Ye shall therefore put difference be- 
tween clean beasts and unclean, and between 
unclean fowls and clean : " and ye shall not 
make your souls abominable by beast or 
by fowl, or by any manner of living thing 
that II creepeth on the ground, which I have 
separated from you as unclean. 

26 And ye shall be holy unto me : ° for I 
the Lord am holy, and p have severed you 
from other people, that ye should be mine. 

27 IT 1 A man also or a M^oman that hath 
a familiar spirit, or that is a wizard, shall 
surely be put to death : they shall stone them 
with stones : "■ their blood shall be upon 
them. 

CHAP. XXL 

1 Of the priests'' mourning. 6 Of their holiness. 8 Of 
their esti7nation. 7, 13 Of their marriages. 17 The 
priests that have blemishes must not minister in the 
sanctuary. 

AND the Lord said unto Moses, Speak 
unto the priests the sons of Aaron, 
and say unto them, ^ There shall none be 
defiled for the dead among his people : 

2 But for his kin, that is near unto him, 
that is, for his mother, and for his father, and 
for his son, and for his daughter, and for his 
brother, 

3 And for his sister a virgin, that is nigh 
unto him, which hath had no husband : for 
her may he be defiled. 

4 But II he shall not defile himself, bei?}g 
a chief man among his people, to profane 
himself. 

5 ^ They shall not make baldness upon 
their head, neither shall they shave off the 
corner of their beard, nor make any cut- 
tings in their flesh. 

6 They shall be holy unto their God, 
and •= not profane the name of their God : for 
the offerings of the Lord made by fire, and 
'^the bread of their God they do offer: there- 
fore they shall be holy. 

7 * Tfiey shall not take a wife that is a 

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Divers laws 

whore, or profane ; neither shall they take 
a woman ^ put away from her husband : for he 
t* holy unto his God. 

8 Thou shalt sanctify him therefore, for 
he ofTereth the bread of thy God : he shall 
be holy unto thee : sfor I the Lord, which 
sanctify you, am holy. 

9 If ''And the daughter of any priest, if 
she profane herself by playing the whore, 
she profaneth her father : she shall be burnt 
with fire. 

10 ' And he that is the high priest among 
his brethren, upon whose head the anpinting 
oil was poured, and ''that is consecrated to 
put on the garments, 'shall not uncover his 
head, nor rend his clothes; 

11 Neither shall he "'go in to any dead 
body, nor defile himself for his father, or for 
his mother ; 

12 "Neither shall he go out of the sanc- 
tuary, nor profane the sanctuary of his God; 
for ° the crown of the anointing oil of his God 
is upon him : I am the Lord. 

13 And Phe shall take a wife in her 
virginity. 

14 A widow, or a divorced woman, or 
profane,or an harlot, these shall he not take : 
but he shall take a virgin of his own people 
to wife. 

15 Neither shall he profane his seed among 
his people : for 1 1 the Lord do sanctify 
him. 

16 lIAnd the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

17 Speak unto Aaron, saying. Whosoever 
he be of thy seed in their generations that 
hath a?iy blemish, let him not ^ approach to 
offer the || bread of his God : 

18 For whatsoever man he be that hath a 
blemish, he shall not approach : a blind man, 
or a lame, or he that hath a flat nose, or any 
thing ^ superfluous, 

19 Or a man that is broken-footed, or 
broken-handed, 

20 Or crook-backed, or || a dwarf, or that 
hath a blemish in his eye, or be scurvy, or 
scabbed, or ^hath his stones broken ; 

21 No man that hath a blemish of the 
seed of Aaron the priest shall come nigh to 
" oflfer the offerings of the Lord made by 
fire ; he hath a blemish, he shall not come 
nigh to oflfer the bread of his God. 

22 He shall eat the bread of his God, both 
of the Miiost holy, and of the y holy. 

23 Only he shall not go in unto the vail, 
nor come nigh unto the altar, because he 
hath a blemish; that ^he profane not my 
sanctuaries: for I the Lord do sanctify 
them. 

24 And Moses told it unio Aaron, and 



CHAP. XXIL 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



f See Deut. 
24. 1, a. 



ch. 20. 7, 



h Gen. 38. 
24. 



i Exod.29. 
29, 30. 
rh. 8. 12. 
& 16. 32. 
Numb. 35. 
25. 

k E.\od.28. 
o 

oil. 16. 32. 
1 ch. 10. 6. 

m Numb. 
19. 14. 
See ver. 1, 2. 



n ch. 10. 7 



o Exod.28. 

3G. 

ell. 8. 9. 12, 

30. 

P ver. 7. 
Ezek. 44. 
22. 



q ver. 8- 



r ch. 10. 3. 
Numb. 16.5. 
Ps, 64. 4. 
II Or, food. 
ch. 3. 11. 



s ch. 22. 23. 



II Or, too 
slender. 



I Deut. 23. 
1. 



u ver. 6. 



X ch. 2. 3, 

10. & 6. 17, 
29. & 7. ]. 
&24. 9. 
Numb. 18.9. 
y ch. 22. 10, 

11, 12. 
Numb. 18. 
19. 

z ver. 12. 



Before 

CHRIST 

14'JO. 



a Numb. 6. 
3. 



b ch. 18. 21. 

c Exod. 28. 

38. 

Numb. 18. 

32 

Deut. 15. 19. 



d ch. 7. 20. 



e ch. 15. 2. 
t Heb. 
running of 
the reins. 
f ch. 14.2. 
& 15. 13. 
g Numb. 19. 
11,22. 
h ch. 15. 16. 



i ch. 11.24, 

43, 44. 



k ch. 15. 7, 
19. 



1 ch. 1.5. 5. 
Hebr. 10. 22 



m ch.21.22. 

Numb. 18. 

11, 13. 

n Exod. 22. 

31. 

ch. 17. 1.5. 

Ezek. 44.31. 



o Exo<!. 28. 
43. 

Numb. 18. 
22, 32. 



) See 

[ Sam. 21. 



t Heb. im'th 
the purehase 
of his 
moveif. 
q Numb. 18. 
11, 13. 



t Heb. a 
man a 
stranger. 



r Gen. 38. 

11. 

s ch. 10. 14. 

Numb. 18. 

11. 19. 



and ordinances. 

to his sons, and unto all the children of 
Israel. 

CHAP. XXIL 

1 The priests in their uncleanness must abstain from the 
holy things. 6 How they shall be cleansed. 10 Who 
of the priesVs house may eat of the holy things. 17 The 
sacrifices must he tvithout blemish. 26 The age of the 
sacrifice. 29 The law of eating the sacrifice of thanks- 
giving. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ings 

2 Speak unto Aaron and to his sons, 

that they ''^ separate themselves from the holy 
things of the children of Israel, and that 
they ''profane not my holy name in those 
things which they '^ hallow unto me : I am 
the Lord. 

3 Say unto them. Whosoever he be of all 
your seed among your generations, that goeth 
unto the holy things, which the children of 
Israel hallow unto the Lord, ^ having his 
uncleanness upon him, that soul shall be cut 
ofl* from my presence : I am the Lord. 

4 What man soever of the seed of Aaron 
is a leper, or hath ''a f running issue; he shall 
not eat of the holy things, ''until he be clean. 
And s whoso toucheth any thing that is un- 
clean by tlie dead, or ''a man whose seed 
goeth from him ; 

5 Or 'whosoever toucheth any creeping 
thing, whereby he may be made unclean, 
or ""a man of whom he may take uncleanness, 
whatsoever uncleanness he hath : 

6 The soul which hath touched any such 
shall be unclean until the even, and shall not 
eat of the holy things, unless he 'wash his 
flesh with water. 

7 And when the sun is down, he shall be 
clean, and shall afterward eat of the holy 
things, because "'it is his food. 

8 "That which dieth of itself, or is torn 
with beasts, he shall not eat to defile himself 
therewith : I am the Lord. 

9 They shall therefore keep mine ordi- 
nance, °lest they bear sin for it, and die 
therefore, if they profane it : I the Lord do 
sanctify them. 

10 p There shall no stranger eat of the 
holy thing: a sojourner of the priest, or an 
hired servant, shall not eat of the holy thing. 

11 But if the priest buy any soul t with 
his money, he shall eat of it, and he that is 
born in his house : ^they shall eat of his meat. 

12 If the priest's daughter also be 7na7'' 
ried unto t a stranger, she may not eat of 
an oflfering of the holy things. 

13 But if the priest's daughter be a widow, 
or divorced, and have no child, and is ■" re- 
turned unto her father's house, ^as in her 
youth, she shall eat of her father's meat ; but 
there shall no stranger eat thereof, 

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14 H^And if a man eat of the holy thing 
unwittingly, then he shall put the fifth part 
thereof unto it, and shall give it unto the 
priest, with the holy thing. 

15 And "they shall not profane the holy 
things of the children of Israel which they 
offer unto the Lord : 

16 Or II suffer them 'to bear the iniquity 
of trespass, when they eat their holy things : 
for I the Lord do sanctify them. 

17 H And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

18 Speak unto Aaron, and to his sons, 
and unto all the children of Israel, and say 
unto them, y Whatsoever Ae 6e of the house 
of Israel, or of the strangers in Israel, that 
will offer his oblation for all his vows, and 
for all his free-will-offerings, which they will 
offer unto the Lord for a burnt-offering : 

19 ^Ye shall offer at your own will a male 
without blemish of the beeves, of the sheep, 
or of the goats. 

20 •^ But whatsoever hath a blemish, that 
shall ye not offer : for it shall not be accept- 
able for you. 

21 And ''whosoever offereth a sacrifice of 
peace-offerings unto the Lord *= to accom- 
plish his vow, or a free-will-offering in beeves, 
or II sheep, it shall be perfect to be accepted : 
there shall be no blemish therein. 

22 ^ Blind, or broken, or maimed, or having 
a wen, or scurvy, or scabbed, ye shall not 
offer these unto the Lord, nor make ''an 
offering by fire of them upon the altar unto 
the Lord. 

23 Either a bullock, or a || lamb that hath 
any thing ^superfluous or lacking in his parts, 
that mayest thou offer /or a free-will-offering ; 
but for a vow it shall not be accepted, 

24 Ye shall not offer unto the Lord that 
which is bruised, or crushed, or broken, or 
cut; neither shall ye make any offering 
thereof in your land. 

25 Neither s from a stranger's hand shall 
ye offer ^ the bread of your God of any of 
these ; because their ' corruption is in them, 
and blemishes be in them : they shall not be 
accepted for you. 

26 HAnd the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

27 ''When a bullock, or a sheep, or a 
goat is brought forth, then it shall be seven 
days under the dam ; and from the eighth 
day and thenceforth it shall be accepted 
for an offering made by fire unto the 
Lord. 

28 And whether it be cow, or || ewe, ye 
shall not kill it ^and her young both in 
one day. 

29 And when ye will "" offer a sacrifice of 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



t ch. 5. 15, 
16. 



u Numb. 18. 
32. 



II Or, lade 
themselves 
with the ini- 
quity of 
trespass in 
their eating. 
X ver. 9. 



y ch. 1. 2. 3, 
10. 

Numb. 15. 
14. 



z ch. 1. 3. 



a Deut. 15. 
21. & 17. 1. 
Mai. 1.8. 14. 
Eph. 5. 27. 
Hcbr. 9. 14. 

I Pet. 1. 19. 

b ch. 3. 1, 6. 

c ch. 7. 16. 

Numb. 15. 3, 

8. 

Deut. 23. 21. 

23. 

Ps. 61. 8. & 

65. 1. 

Eccles. 5. 4, 

5. 

II Or, eoata. 
a ver. 20. 
Mai. 1. 8. 



6 ch. 1.9,13. 
& 3. 3, 5. 



II Or, kid. 
f ch. 21. 18. 



g Numb. 15. 
15, 16. 
h ch. 21. 6, 
17. 

i Mai. 1. 14. 



k Exod. 22. 
30. 



II Or, 
she-goat. 

1 Deut. 22.6. 

m ch. 7. 12. 
Ps. 107. 22. 
& 116. 17. 
Amos 4. 5. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1490. 



n ch. 7. 15. 



o ch. 19. 37. 
Numb. 15. 
40. 
Deut. 4. 40. 

p ch. 18. 21. 

q ch. 10. 3. 
Matt. 6. 9. 
Luke 11. 2. 



r ch. 20. 8. 

B Exod. 6. 7. 
ch. 11. 45. 
& 19. 36. & 
25.38. 
Numb. 15. 
41. 



a ver. 4. 37. 

b Exod. 32. 

5. 

2 Kings 10. 

20. 

Ps. 81. 3. 

c Exod. 20. 

9. & 23. 12. 

& 31. 15. & 

34. 21. 

ch. 19. 3. 

Deut. 5. 13. 

Luke 13. 14. 



d ver. 2. 37. 
Exod. 23. 14. 



e Exod. 12. 
6, 14, 18. & 
13. 3, 10. & 
23. 15. &34. 
18. 

Numb. 9. 2, 
3. &. 28. 16, 
17. 

Deut. 16. 
1,-8. 
Josh. 5. 10. 



f Exod. 12. 
16. 

Numb. 28. 
18,25. 



g Exod. 23. 
16, 19. & 34. 
22, 26. 
Numb. 15. 2, 
18. & 28. 26. 
Deut. 16. 9. 
Josh. 3. 15. 
II Or, 
handful. 
t Het). omfir. 
h Rom. 11. 
16. 

1 Cor. 15. 20. 
Jam. 1. 18. 
Rev. 14. 4. 
i Exod. 29. 
24. 



and ordinances, 

thanksgiving unto the Lord, offer it at your 
own will. 

30 On the same day it shall be eaten up, 
ye shall leave ° none of it until the morrow : 
I am the Lord. 

31 "Therefore shall ye keep my command- 
ments, and do them : I am the Lord, 

32 P Neither shall ye profane my holy 
name ; but 1 1 will be hallowed among the 
children of Israel : I am the Lord which 
■^ hallow you, 

33 ^ That brought you out of the land of 
Egypt, to be your God : I am the Lord. 



CHAP. xxm. 



1 The feasts of the Lord. 3 The sabbath. 4 The pass- 
over. 9 The sheaf of first-fruits. 15 The feast of 
Pentecost. 22 Gleanings to be left for the poor. 23 
The feast of trumpets. 26 The day of atonement. 
33 The feast of tabernacles. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ings 

2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and 

say unto them, Concerning ^the feasts of 
the Lord, which ye shall ^proclaim to be 
holy convocations, even these are my feasts. 

3 " Six days shall work be done ; but the 
seventh day is the sabbath of rest, an holy 
convocation : ye shall do no work therein : 
it is the sabbath of the Lord in all your 



dwellings. 

IF ''These 



4 IF ^ These are the feasts of the Lord, 
even holy convocations, which ye shall pro- 
claim in their seasons. 

5 «In the fourteenth day of the first month 
at even is the Lord's passover. 

6 And on the fifteenth day of the same 
month is the feast of unleavened bread unto 
the Lord : seven days ye must eat unlea- 
vened bread. 

7 ^ In the first day ye shall have an holy 
convocation : ye shall do no servile work 
therein. 

8 But ye shall offer an offering made by 
fire unto the Lord seven days : in the se- 
venth dayz^anholy convocation, ye shall do 
no servile work therein. 

9 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

10 Speak unto the children of Israel, and 
say unto them, ?When ye be come into the 
land which I give unto you, and shall reap 
the harvest thereof, then ye shall bring a 
II t sheaf of ^ the first-fruits of your harvest 
unto the priest : 

11 And he shall 'wave the sheaf before 
the Lord, to be accepted for you : on the 
morrow after the sabbath the priest shall 
wave it. 

12 And ye shall offer that day when ye 
wave the sheaf, an he-lamb without blemish 

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of the first year for a burnt-offering unto 
the Lord. 

13 •'And the meat-offering thereof shall 
be two tenth-deals of fine flour mingled 
with oil, an offering made by fire unto the 
Lord for a sweet savour : and the drink- 
offering thereof shall be of wine, the fourth 
part of an hin. 

14 And ye shall eat neither bread, nor 
parched corn, nor green ears, until the self- 
same day that ye have brought an offering 
unto your God : it shall be a statute for 
ever throughout your generations in all 
your dwellings. 

15 IF And 'ye shall count unto you from 
the morrow after the sabbath, from the day 
that ye brought the sheaf of the wave-offer- 
ing ; seven sabbaths shall be complete : 

16 Even unto the morrow after the se- 
venth sabbath shall ye number "» fifty days ; 
and ye shall offer "a new meat-offering unto 
the Lord. 

17 Ye shall bring out of your habitations 
two wave-loaves of two tenth-deals : they 
shall be of fine flour, they shall be baken 
with leaven, they are "the first-fruits unto 
the Lord, 

18 And ye shall offer with the bread se- 
ven lambs without blemish of the first year, 
and one young bullock, and two rams : they 
shall be Jfor a burnt-offering unto the Lord, 
with their meat-offering, and their drink- 
offerings, even an offering made by fire of 
sweet savour unto the Lord. 

19 Then ye shall sacrifice Pone kid of 
the goats for a sin-offering, and two lambs 
of the first year for a sacrifice of i peace- 
offerings. 

20 And the priest shall wave them with 
the bread of the first-fruits for a wave-of- 
fering before the Lord, with the two lambs : 
'they shall be holy to the Lord for the 
priest. 

21 And ye shall proclaim on the self-same 
day, that it may be an holy convocation 
unto you : ye shall do no servile work there- 
in: it shall be a statute for ever in all your 
dwellings throughout your generations. 

22 ^ And « when ye reap the harvest of 
your land, thou shalt not make clean rid- 
dance of the corners of thy field when thou 
reapest, 'neither shalt thou gather any 
gleaning of thy harvest : thou shalt leave 
them unto the poor, and to the stranger ; 
I am the Lord your God. 

23 U And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saymg, 

, 24 Speak unto the children of Israel, say- 
mg. In the "seventh month, in the first 
<i^y of the month, shall ye have a sabbath, 



CHAP. XXIIL 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



k ch. 2. 14. 
15. 16. 



1 ch. 25. 8. 
E.\od. 34. 
22. 
Deut. 16. 9. 



m Acta 2. 1. 

n Numb. 28. 
26. 



o E.Tod. 23. 

16, 19. &. 22. 
29. & 34. 22, 
26. 
Numb. 15. 

17. &28.26. 
Deut. 26. 1. 



P ch. 4. 23, 

28. 

Numb. 28. 
30. 

q ch. 3. 1. 



r Numb. 18. 

12. 

Deut. 18. 4. 



3 ch. 19. 9. 



t Deut. 24. 
19. 



u Numb. 29. 
1. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

X ch. 25. 9. 



y ch. 16. 30. 
Numb. 20.7. 



7. Gen. 17. 
14. 



a ch. 20. 3. 
5,6. 



t Heb. rest. 



b Exod. 23. 
16. 

Numb. 29. 
12. 

Deut 16. 13. 
Ezra 3. 4. 
Neh. 8. 14. 
Zech. 14. 16. 

John 7. 2. 



c Numb. 29. 

35. 

Neh. 8. 18. 

John 7. 37. 



t Heb. 
day of re- 
straint. 
d Deut. 16. 
8. 

2 Chron. 7. 
9. 

Neh. 8. 18. 
Joel 1. 14. 
& 2. 15. 
e ver. 2, 4. 



r Numb. 29. 
39. 



g Exod. 23. 

16. 

Deut 16. 13. 



b Neh. 8. 15. 1 



and ordinances, 

'^a memorial of blowing of trumpets, an holy 
convocation. 

25 Ye shall do no servile work therein; 
but ye shall offer an offering made by fire 
unto the Lord. 

26 HAnd the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

27 y Also on the tenth day of this seventh 
month there shall be a day of atonement ; 
it shall be an holy convocation unto you, 
and ye shall afflict your souls, and offer an 
offering made by fire unto the Lord. 

28 And ye shall do no work in that same 
day; for it is a day of atonement, to make 
an atonement for you before the Lord your 
God. 

29 For whatsoever soul it be that shall 
not be afflicted in that same day, ^he shall 
be cut off from among his people. 

30 And whatsoever soul it be that doeth 
any work in that same day, ^the same soul 
will I destroy from among his people. 

31 Ye shall do no manner of work : it 
shall be a statute for ever throughout your 
generations in all your dwellings. 

32 It shall be unto you a sabbath of rest, 
and ye shall afflict your souls : in the ninth 
day of the month at even, from even unto 
even, shall ye t celebrate your sabbath. 

33 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying,^ 

34 Speak unto the children of Israel, 
saying, ^The fifteenth day of this seventh 
month shall be the feast of tabernacles for 
seven days unto the Lord. 

35 On the first day shall be an holy con- 
vocation :ye shall do no servile work therein. 

36 Seven days ye shall offer an offering 
made by fire unto the Lord ; "on the eighth 
day shall be an holy convocation unto you, 
and ye shafl offer an offering made by fire unto 
the Lord: it is a t*^ solemn assembly; and 
ye shall do no servile work therein. 

37 ^ These are the feasts of the Lord, 
which ye shall proclaim to be holy convo- 
cations, to offer an offering made by fire 
unto the Lord, a burnt-offering, and a 
meat-offering, a sacrifice, and drink-offer- 
ings, every thing upon his day : 

38 ''Besides the sabbaths of the Lord, 
and besides your gifts, and besides all your 
vows, and besides all your free-will-offer- 
ings, which ye give unto the Lord. 

39 Also in the fifteenth day of the seventh 
month, when ye have e gathered in the fruit 
of the land, ye shafl keep a feast unto the 
Lord seven days : on the first day shall be 
a sabbath, and on the eighth day shall be a 
sabbath, 

40 And ''ye shall take you on the first day 

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LEVITICUS. 



the t boughs of goodly trees, branches of 
palm-trees, and the boughs of thick trees, and 
willows of the brook ; ' and ye shall rejoice 
before the Lord your God seven days. 

41 ''And ye shall keep it a feast unto the 
Lord seven days in the year: it shall be a 
statute for ever in your generations ; ye 
shall celebrate it in the seventh month. 

42 'Ye shall dwell in booths seven days; 
all that are Israelites born shall dwell in 
booths : 

43 "'That your generations may know 
that I made the children of Israel to dwell 
in booths, when I brought them out of 
the land of Egypt : I am the Lord your 
God. 

44 And Moses "declared unto the chil- 
dren of Israel the feasts of the Lord. 

CHAP. XXIV. 

] The oil for the lamps. 5 The shew-lread. 10 Shc- 
lorrdtli's son blasphemeth. 13 The law of blasphemy. 
17 Of murder. 18 Of damage. 23 The blasphemer 
is stoned. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ings 

2 ''Command the children of Israel, that 

they bring unto thee pure oil-olive beaten 
for the light, tto cause the lamps to burn 
continually. 

3 Without the vail of the testimony, in 
the tabernacle of the congregation, shall 
Aaron order it from the evening unto the 
morning before the Lord continually : it 
shall he a statute for ever in your generations. 

4 He shall order the lamps upon ^ the pure 
candlestick before the Lord continually. 

5 lIAnd thou shalt take fine flour, and 
bake twelve "^ cakes thereof: two tenth-deals 
shall be in one cake. 

6 And thou shalt set them in two rows, 
six on a row, ''upon the pure table before 
the Lord. 

7 And thou shalt put pure frankincense 
upon each row, that it may be on the bread 
for a memorial, even an offering made by 
fire unto the Lord. 

8 ® Every sabbath he shall set it in order 
before the Lord continually, being taken 
from the children of Israel by an everlasting 
covenant. 

9 And ^it shall be Aaron's and his sons' ; 
Pand they shall eat it in the holy place : for 
it is most holy unto him of the offerings 
of the Lord made by fire by a perpetual 
statute. 

10 IT And the son of an Israelitish woman, 
whose father was an Egyptian, went out 
among the children of Israel ; and this son 
of the Israelitish woman and a man of Israel 
strove together in the camp ; 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1490. 


1490. 


tHeb./)-M7. 


h ver. 16. 


i Deut. 16. 


i Job 1. 5, 


14, 15. 


11, 22. & 2. 




5, 9, 10. 




Isai. 8. 21. 


k Numb. 29. 


k Exod. 18. 


J 2. 


22, 26. 


Neh. 8. 18. 


1 Numb. 15. 




34. 




t Heb. to 




expound un- 




to tlinn ac- 




cording to 




the month of 


1 Neh. 8. 14, 


the Lord. 


15, 16. 


m Exod. 18. 




I.'), 16. 




Numb. 27. 5. 




& 30. 5, 0. 


m Dout. 31. 


n Deut. 13. 


13. 


9. &. 17. 7. 


Ps. 78. 5. 6. 






o ch. 5. 1. 




& 20. 17. 


n ver. 2. 


Numb. 9.13. 
p 1 Kings 21. 
5o, 13. 




Ps. 74. 10, 




18. 




Matt. 12.31. 




Mark 3. 28. 




Jam. 2. 7. 




q Exod. 21. 




12. 




Numb. 35. 




31. 




Dout. li). 11, 


a Exod. 27. 


12. 


20, 21. 


r Heb. 




smitcth the 




life nf a 


t Mob. 


man. 

T ver. 21. 


In ciLvse to 


t Heb. life 


ascend. 


far life. 




s Exod. 21. 




24. 




Deut. 19.21. 




Matt. .■). 38. 




&.7. 2. 




t Exod. 21. 




33. 


b Exo.l. 31. 


ver. 18. 
u ver. 17. 


H. & 30. 37. 






X Exod. 12. 




49. 




ch. 19. 34, 


c Exod. 25. 


Numb. 15. 


30. 


16. 


d 1 Kings 7. 
2 Cliron. 4. 


y ver. 14. 




19. & 13. 11. 




Hebr. 9. 2. 




e Numb. 4. 




7. 




1 Chron. 0. 




32. 




2 Chron. 2. 




4. 




fl Sam. 21. 
6 


1491. 


Matt. 12. 4. 




Mark 2. 26. 




Luke 6. 4. 




g Exod. 29. 




33. 




ch. 8. 3. & 




21. 22. 






t Heb. rest. 




a Exod. 23. 




10. 




See ch. 26. 




34, 35. 




2 Chron. 36. 




21. 



and ordinances, 

11 And the Israelitish woman's son ''blas- 
phemed the name of the LORD, and 'curs- 
ed ; and they i' brought him unto Moses : 
(and his mother's name was Shelomith, the 
daughter of Dibri, of the tribe of Dan :) 

12 And they 'put him in ward, f^that the 
mind of the Lord might be shewed them. 

13 And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

14 Bring forth him that hath cursed with- 
out the camp; and let all that heard him 
"lay their hands upon his head, and let all 
the congregation stone him. 

15 And thou shalt speak unto the children 
of Israel, saying, Whosoever curseth his 
God "shall bear his sin. 

16 And he that p blasphemeth the name 
of the Lord, he shall surely be put to 
death, and all the congregation shall cer- 
tainly stone him : as well the stranger, as 
he that is born in the land, when he blas- 
phemeth the name of the LORD, shall be 
put to death. 

17 Hi And he that fkilleth any man shall 
surely be put to death. 

18 ' And he that killeth a beast shall 
make it good ; f beast for beast. 

19 And if a man cause a blemish in his 
neighbour ; as ^he hath done, so shall it be 
done unto him : 

20 Breach for breach, eye for eye, tooth 
for tooth : as he hath caused a blemish in a 
man, so shall it be done to him again. 

21 ^And he that killeth a beast, he shall 
restore it: "and he that killeth a man, he 
shall be put to death. 

22 Ye shall have ^ one manner of law, as 
well for the stranger, as for one of your own 
country : for I am the Lord your God. 

23 IF And Moses spake to the children 
of Israel, ^that they should bring forth him 
that had cursed out of the camp, and stone 
him with stones : and the children of Israel 
did as the Lord commanded Moses. 

CHAP. XXV. 

1 The sabbath of the seventh year. 8 The jubilee in the 
fiftieth year. 14 Of oppression. 18 A blessiiig of 
obedience. 23 The redemption of land. 29 Of houses. 
35 Compassion of the poor. 39 The usage of bond' 
men. 47 The redemption of servants. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses in 
mount Sinai, saying, 

2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and 
say unto them, When ye come into the land 
which I give you, then shall the land fkeep 
^a sabbath unto the Lord. 

3 Six years thou shalt sow thy field, and 
six years thou shalt prune thy vineyard, and 
gather in the fruit thereof ; 

4 But in the seventh year shall be a sab- 

118 



Divers laws 

bath of rest unto the land, a sabbath for the 
Lord : thou shalt neither sow thy field, nor 
prune thy vineyard. 

5 '' That which groweth of its own accord 
of thy harvest, thou shalt not reap, neither 
gather the grapes t of thy vine undressed : for 
it is a year of rest unto the land. 

6 And the sabbath of the land shall be 
meat for you ; for thee, and for thy ser- 
vant, and for thy maid, and for thy hired 
servant, and for thy stranger that sojourneth 
with thee, 

7 And for thy cattle, and for the beast 
that are in thy land, shall all the increase 
thereof be meat. 

8 ^ And thou shalt number seven sab- 
baths of years unto thee, seven times seven 
years ; and the space of the seven sabbaths 
of years shall be unto thee forty and nine 
years. 

9 Then shalt thou cause the trumpet t of 
the jubilee to sound, on the tenth day of the 
seventh month, *= in the day of atonement 
shall ye make the trumpet sound throughout 
all your land. 

10 And ye shall hallow the fiftieth year, 
and '^proclaim liberty throughout all the 
land unto all the inhabitants thereof : it 
shall be a jubilee unto you; ^and ye shall 
return every man unto his possession, and 
ye shall return every man unto his family. 

1 1 A jubilee shall that fiftieth year be unto 
you : ^ye shall not sow, neither reap that 
which groweth of itself in it, nor gather 
the grapes in it of thy vine undressed. 

12 For it is the jubilee ; it shall be holy 
unto you : °ye shall eat the increase thereof 
out of the field. 

13 ''In the year of this jubilee ye shall 
return every man unto his possession. 

14 And if thou sell aught unto thy neigh- 
bour, or buyest aught of thy neighbour's 
hand, ' ye shall not oppress one another : 

15 •'According to the number of years after 
the jubilee, thou shalt buy of thy neighbour, 
and according unto the number of years of 
the fruits he shall sell unto thee : 

16 According to the multitude of years 
thou shalt increase the price thereof, and 
according to the fewness of years thou shalt 
diminish the price of it: for according to the 
number of the years of the fruits doth he 
sell unto thee. 

17 'Ye shall not therefore oppress one 
another ; ""but thou shalt fear thy God : for 
I am the Lord your God. 

18 IT "Wherefore ye shall do my statutes, 
and keep my judgments, and do them ; °and 
ye shall dwell in the land in safety. 

19 And the land shall yield her fruit, and 



CHAP. XXV. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



b 2 Kings 
19. W. 



t Heb. 
of thy sepa- 
ration. 



t Heb. loud 
of sound. 



c ch. 23. 24, 
'27. 



(i Isai. 61. 2. 
& 6;j. 4. 
Jer. M. 8, 
1.5, 17. 
Luke 4. 19. 
e ver. 1^. 
Numb. 36. 4. 



f ver. 



g ver. 6, 7. 



h ver. 10. 
eh. 27. 24. 
Numb. 36.1. 



i ver. 17. 
ch. 19. i:). 
1 Sam. 12. 
3, 4. 

Mic. 2. 2. 
J Cor. 6. 8. 
k ch. 27. 18, 
23. 



1 ver. 14. 

m ver. 43. 
ch. 19. 14, 
32. 



n ch. 19. 37. 

o ch. 26. .5. 
Deut. 12.10. 
Pa. 4. 8. 
Prov. 1. 33. 
Jer. 23. 6. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

p ch. 26. 5. 
Ezek. 34. 
25, 27, 28. 
g Matt. 6. 
25. 31. 
r ver. 4, 5. 

g Deut. 28. 8. 
See Exod. 
16. 29. 



t 2 Kings 19. 

29. 

u Josh. 5. 

11, 12. 



II Or, 

to be guile 
cut off. 
t HeD. /or 
cutting off. 
X Deut. 32. 
43. 

2 Chron. 7. 
20. 

Ps. 8.5. 1. 
Joel 2. 18. 
& 3. 2. 
y 1 Chron 
29. 15. 
Ps. 39. 12. 
& 119. 19. 
1 Pet. 2. 11. 
7. Ruth 2. 
20. & 4. 4, 6. 
a See Rulh 
3. 2, 9, 12. 
Jer. 32. 7. 8. 



t Heb. his 
hand hnth 
attained and 
found suffi- 
ciency. 
ch. 5. 7. 
b ver. 50, 
51, 52. 



c ver. 13. 



t Heb. 
redemption 
belongelli 
unto it. 



(\ See 

Numb. 35. 2. 
Josh. 21. 2, 
&c. 



II Or, one 
of the JjC- 
vitrs redeem 
Ihcm. 

e ver. 28. 



rSee Acts 
4. 36, 37. 



atid ordinances. 

Pye shall eat your fill, and dwell therein in 
safety. 

20 And if ye shall say, iWhat shall we 
eat the seventh year ? behold, "^we shall not 
sow nor gather in our increase : 

21 Then I will ^command my blessing 
upon you in the sixth year, and it shall 
bring forth fruit for three years. 

22 'And ye shall sow the eighth year, and 
eat yet of "old fruit until the ninth year; 
until her fruits come in ye shall eat of the 
old store. 

23 1[ The land shall not be sold || t for ever ; 
for ^the land is mine, for ye are y strangers 
and sojourners with me. 

24 And in all the land of your possession 
ye shall grant a redemption for the land. 

25 IT ^ If thy brother be waxen poor, and 
hath sold away some of his possession, and 
if ^ any of his kin come to redeem it, then 
shall he redeem that which his brother sold. 

26 And if the man have none to redeem 
it, and t himself be able to redeem it ; 

27 Then •'let him count the years of the 
sale thereof, and restore the overplus unto 
the man to whom he sold it ; that he may 
return unto his possession. 

28 But if he be not able to restore it to 
him, then that which is sold shall remain 
in the hand of him that hath bought it 
until the year of jubilee : *=and in the jubilee 
it shall go out, and he shall return unto 
his possession. 

29 And if a man sell a dwelling-house 
in a walled city, then he may redeem it within 
a whole year after it is sold : within a full 
year may he redeem it. 

30 And if it be not redeemed within the 
space of a full year, then the house that is in 
the walled city shall be established for ever 
to him that bought it, throughout his gene- 
rations : it shall not go out in the jubilee. 

31 But the houses of the villages which 
have no walls round about them, shall be 
counted as the fields of the country : fthey 
may be redeemed, and they shall go out in 
the jubilee. 

32 Notwithstanding '•the cities of the 
Levites, a?id the houses of the cities of 
their possession, may the Levites redeem at 
any time. 

33 And if || a man purchase of the Le- 
vites, then the house that was sold, and the 
city of his possession ^ shall go out in the 
year of jubilee ; for the houses of the cities 
of the Levites are their possession among 
the children of Israel. 

34 But f the field of the suburbs of their 
cities may not be sold, for it is their per- 
petual possession. 

119 



Divers laws and ordinances. 



LEVITICUS. 



35 1[ And if thy brother be waxen poor, 
and t fallen in decay with thee ; then thou 
shalt t ^relieve him : yea, though he he a 
stranger, or a sojourner ; that he may live 
with thee. 

36 ^ Take thou no usury of him, or in- 
crease ; but ' fear thy God ; that thy brother 
may live with thee. 

37 Thou shalt not give him thy money 
upon usury, nor lend him thy victuals for 
increase. 

38 ^\ am the Lord your God, which 
brought you forth out of the land of Egypt, 
to give you the land of Canaan, and to be 
your God. 

39 H And 4f thy brother that dwelleth 
by thee be waxen poor, and be sold unto 
thee ; thou shalt not t compel him to serve as 
a bond-servant : 

40 But as an hired servant, and as a so- 
journer he shall be with thee, and shall serve 
thee unto the year of jubilee : 

41 And then shall he depart from thee, 
both he and his children ""with him, and 
shall return unto his own family, and "unto 
the possession of his fathers shall he return. 

42 For they are °my servants which I 
brought forth out of the land of Egypt ; 
they shall not be sold f as bond-men. 

43 p Thou shalt not rule over him i with 
rigour, but ■■ shalt fear thy God. 

44 Both thy bond-men, and thy bond- 
maids, which thou shalt have, shall he of 
the heathen that are round about you ; of 
them shall ye buy bond-men and bond- 
maids. 

45 Moreover, of nhe children of the stran- 
gers that do sojourn among you, of them 
shall ye buy, and of their families that are 
with you, which they begat in your land : 
and they shall be your possession. 

46 And *ye shall take them as an inherit- 
ance for your children after you, to inherit 
them for a possession, f they shall be your 
bond-men for ever : but over your brethren 
the children of Israel, "ye shall not rule 
one over another with rigour. 

47 H And if a sojourner or a stranger t wax 
rich by thee, and nhy brother that dwelleth 
by him wax poor, and sell himself unto the 
stranger or sojourner by thee, or to the stock 
of the stranger's family : 

48 After that he is sold he may be re- 
deemed again ; one of his brethren may 
y redeem him : 

49 Either his uncle, or his uncle's son may 
redeem him, or any that is nigh of kin unto 
him of his family may redeem him ; or if 
*he be able, he may redeem himself. 

50 And he shall reckon with him that 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

t Heb. his 
handfaileth. 
t Heb. 
strengthen, 
g Deut. 15. 
7, 8. 

Ps. 37. 26. 
& 41. 1. & 
112. 5, 9. 
Prov. 14. 31. 
Luke 6. 35. 
Acts 11. 29. 
Rom. 12. 18. 
IJobn 3. 17. 
h E.\od. 22. 
25. 

Deut. 23. 19. 
Neh. 5. 7. 
Ps. 15. 5. 
Prov. 28. 8. 
Ezek. 18. 8, 
13, 17. & 
22.12. 
i ver. 17. 
Neh. 5. 9. 
k ch. 22. 32. 
33. 



1 E.\od. 21. 

2. 

Deut. 15. 12. 

1 Kings 9. 
22. 

2 Kines 4. 1. 
Neh. 5. 5. 
.Jer. 34. 14. 

t Heb. serve 
thyself with 
him with the 
service, i$-c. 
ver. 46. 
Exod. 1.14. 
Jer. 25. U. 
& 27. 7. & 
30. & 



m Exod. 21. 
3. 

n ver. 28. 



ver. 55. 
Rom. 6. 22. 

1 Cor. 7. 23. 



t Heb. 
with the 
sale of a 
bondman, 
p Ephes. 6. 

Col. 4. 1. 
q ver. 46. 
Exod. 1. 13. 
r ver. 17. 
Exod. 1. 17, 
21. 

Deut. 25. 18. 
Mai. 3. 5. 



s Isai. 56. 
3, 6. 



t Isai. 14. 2. 



t Heb. 
pe shall 
serve I/our- 
selves with 
them. 
ver. 39. 
u ver. 43. 



t Heb. 
his hand ob- 
tain, &-C. 
ver. 26. 
X ver. 25, 
35. 



y Neh. 5. 5. 



z ver. 26. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1491. 



a Job. 7. 1. 
Isai. 16. 14. 
& 21. 16. 



II Or, 
by these 
means, 
b ver. 41. 
Exod. 21. 
2, 3. 

c ver. 42. 



a Exod. 20. 
4,5. 

Deut. 5. 8. 
& 16. 22. 
& 27. 15. 
Ps. 97. 7. 
II Or, pillar. 
11 Or, 
figured 
stone. 
t Heb. 
a stone of 
picture. 
b ch. 19. 30. 



c Deut. 11. 
13, 14, 15. & 
28. 1,-14. 

d Isai. 30. 
23. 

Ezek. 34.26. 
Joel 2. 23, 
24. 

e Ps. 67. 6. 
& 85. 12. 
Ezek. 34.27. 
& 36. 30. 
Zech. 8. 12. 
f Amos 9. 
13. 

s ch. 25. 19. 
Deut. 11. 15. 
Joel 2. 19, 
26. 

h ch. 25. 18. 
Job 11. 18. 
Ezek. 34. 25, 
27, 28. 
i 1 Chron. 
22. 9. 
Ps. 29. II. 
& 147. 14. 
Isai. 45. 7. 
Hag. 2. 9. 
k Job 11.19. 
Ps. 3. 5. & 
4. 8. 

Isai. 35. 9. 
Jor. 30. 10. 
Ezek. 34.25. 
Hos. 2. 18. 
Zenh. 3. 13. 
t Heb. cause 
to cease. 

1 2 Kings 
17 25 
Ezek. 5. 17. 
& 14. 15. 

m Ezek. 14. 

17. 

n Deut. 32. 

30. 

Josh. 23. 10. 

o Exod. 2. 

25. 

2 Kingg 13. 
23. 

P Gen. 17. 
6, 7. 

Neh. 9. 23. 
Ps. 107. 38. 
q ch. 23. 22. 



Blessings promised to the obedient^ 

bought him, from the year that he was sold 
to him, unto the year of jubilee : and the 
price of his sale shall be according unto 
the number of years, ^according to the time 
of an hired servant shall it be with him. 

51 If there be yet many years behind, ac- 
cording unto them he shall give again the 
price of his redemption out of the money 
that he was bought for. 

52 And if there remain but few years unto 
the year of jubilee, then he shall count with 
him, and according unto his years shall he 
give him again the price of his redemption. 

53 And as a yearly hired servant shall he 
be with him : and the other shall not rule 
with rigour over him in thy sight. 

54 And if he be not redeemed || in these 
years, then ^he shall go out in the year of 
jubilee, both he, and his children with him. 

55 For *=unto me the children of Israel are 
servants, they are my servants whom I 
brought forth out of the land of Egypt : I 
am the Lord your God. 

CHAP. XXVL 

1 Of idolatry. 2 Religiousness. 3 A blessing to them 
that keep the commandments. 14 A curse to those that 
break them. 40 God promiseth to remember them that 
repent. 

YE shall make you ^no idols nor graven 
image, neither rear you up a || standing 
image, neither shall ye set up any || t image 
of stone in your land, to bow down unto it: 
for I am the Lord your God. 

211 ''Ye shall keep my sabbaths, and reve- 
rence my sanctuary : I am the Lord. 

3 H *=If ye walk in my statutes and keep 
my commandments, and do them ; 

4 ^ Then I will give you rain in due sea- 
son, '^ and the land shall yield her increase, and 
the trees of the field shall yield their fruit : 

5 And ^your threshing shall reach unto the 
vintage, and the vintage shall reach unto the 
sowing-time ; and &ye shall eat your bread 
to the full, and ^ dwell in your land safely. 

6 And 'I will give peace in the land, and 
■^ye shall lie down, and none shall make you 
afraid : and I will t rid ' evil beasts out of 
the land, neither shall ""the sword go through 
your land. 

7 And ye shall chase your enemies, and 
they shall fall before you by the sword. 

8 And "five of you shall chase anhundred, 
and an hundred of you shall put ten thousand 
to flight : and your enemies shall fall before 
you by the sword. 

9 For I will ''have respect unto you, and 
p make you fruitful, and multiply you, and 
establish my covenant with you. 

10 And ye shall eat <iold store, and bnng 
forth the old because of the new. 

120 



and curses to 

11 ""And I will set my tabernacle among 
you : and my soul shall not ^ abhor you. 

12 ^And I will walk among you, and "will 
be your God, and ye shall be my people. 

13 ^I awi the Lord your God, which 
brought you forth out of the land of Egypt, 
that ye should not be their bond-men, ^ and 
I have broken the bands of your yoke, and 
made you go upright. 

14 II yBut if yc will not hearken unto me, 
and will not do all these commandments ; 

15 And if ye shall ^despise my statutes, or 
if your soul abhor my judgments, so that ye 
will not do all my commandments, but that 
ye break my covenant : 

16 I also will do this unto you, I will even 
appoint t over you ^terror, ^consumption, 
and the burning ague, that shall <= consume 
the eyes, and cause sorrow of heart : and 
^ ye shall sow your seed in vain ; for your 
enemies shall eat it. 

17 And ^I will set my face against you, 
and ^ye shall be slain before your enemies : 
ethey that hate you shall reign over you, 
and ''ye shall flee when none pursue th you. 

18 And if ye will not yet for all this 
hearken unto me, then 1 will punish you 
'seven times more for your sins. 

19 And I will ''break the pride of your 
power; and I 'will make your heaven as 
iron, and your earth as brass : 

20 And your "'strength shall be spent in 
vain : for "your land shall not yield her in- 
crease, neither shall the trees of the land 
yield their fruits. 

21 H And if ye walk || contrary unto me, 
and will not hearken unto me, I will bring 
seven times more plagues upon you according 
to your sins, 

22 °I will also send wild beasts among you, 
which shall rob you of your children, and de- 
stroy your cattle, and make you few in num- 
ber, and p your Ai^A-ways shall be desolate. 

23 And if ye iwill not be reformed by 
me by these things, but will walk contrary 
unto me ; 

24 ' Then will I also walk contrary unto 
you, and will punish you yet seven times for 
your sins. 

25 And ^I will bring a sword upon you, 
that shall avenge the quarrel o^my covenant: 
and when ye are gathered together within 
your cities, *! will send the pestilence among 
you : and ye shall be delivered into the hand 
of the enemy. 

26 "^And when I have broken the staff of 
your bread, ten women shall bake your bread 
in one oven, and they shall delivei you your 
bread again by weight: and ^ye shall eat 
and not be satisfied. 

Q 



CIIAJ\ XXVI. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1491. 



r Exod. 25. 
8. & '->'.). 45. 
.Josh. y'i. 19. 
l»s. 76. i!. 
K/ek. 37.2G, 
27, 28. 
Riv.21.3. 
s ch. 20. 23. 
Dc'Ut. 32. 19. 
t 2 Cor. G. 
16. 

11 Exod. 6.7. 
Jer. 7. 23. & 
11.4. & 30. 

Kick. 11.20. 

& 36. 28. 

w ch. 25.38, 

42,55. 

X Jer. 2. 20. 

Ezek. 34.27. 

y Deut. 28. 

15. 

ham. 2. 17. 

Mai. 2. 2. 

z ver. 43. 

2 Kings 17. 

15. 



t Heb. 
itpon von 
a Deiit. 28. 
65, 66, 67. 
& 32. 25. 
Jer. 15. 8. 
b Deut 28. 
22. 

c 1 Sam. 2. 
33. 

d Dent. 28. 
33, 51. 
.lob .31. 8. 
.Icr. 5. 17. 
& 12. 13. 
Mic. 6. 15. 
e ch. 17. 10. 
f Deut. 28. 
25. 

.liidg.2. 14. 
Jer. 19. 7. 
e Ps. 106. 

h ver. 36. 
Ps. 53. 5. 
Prov. 28. 1. 
i lSam.2.5. 
Ps. 119. 164. 
Prov. 24. 16. 
k Isai. 25. 
11. &26. 5. 
Ezek. 7. 24. 
& 3(1. 6. 
1 Deut. 28. 
23. 

m Ps. 127.1. 
Isni. 49. 4. 
n Deut. 11. 
17.&2S. 18. 
Hag. 1. 10. 



II Or, nt all 
adnfnttircs 
with me, und 
so ver. 2-1. 



o Deut. 32. 

24. 

2 Kings 17. 

25. 

Ezek. 5. 17. 

& 14. 15. 

p Jndg. 5. 6. 

2 Chron. 15. 

5. 

Isai. 33. 8. 

Lam. 1. 4. 

Zech. 7. 14. 

q Jer. 2. 30. 

k 5. 3. 

Amos 4. 6, — 

19. 

r 2 Sam. 22. 

27. 

Ps. 18. 26. 



s Ezek. 5. 
17. &6.3. & 
14.17. & 29, 
8.&33.2. 



t Numb. 14. 
12. 

Deut. 28. 21. 
Jer. 14. 12. 
& 24. 10. & 
29. 17, 18. 
Amos 4. 10. 
u Ph. 105. 
16. 

Isai. 3. 1. 
Ezek. 4. 16. 
& 5. 16. &, 
14. 13. 

X Isai. 9. 20. 
Mir. 6. 14. 
Hag. I. 6. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1491. 

y ver. 21, 24. 



z Isai.. 19. 18. 

&C3.3.& 

60. 15. 

Jer. 21.5. 

Ezek. 5. 13, 

15. & 8. 18. 

a Deut. 28. 

.53. 

2 Kings 6. 

29. 

Ezek. 5. 10. 

Lam. 4. 10. 

b 2 Chron. 
34. 3. 4 7 
Isai. 27. 9. 
Ezek. 6. 3, 
4, 5 6, 13. 
c 2 Kings 
23. 20. 
2C]iron. 34. 
5. 

d Lev. 20. 
23. 

Ps. 78. 59. 
& 89. 38. 
Jer. 14. 19. 
e Neh. 2. 3. 
Jer. 4. 7. 
Ezek. 6. 6. 
f Ps. 74. 7. 
Lam. 1. 10. 
Ezek. 9.6. 
& 21. 7. 
g .Ier.9.11. 
& 2.5. 11, 18. 
h Deut. 28. 
37. 

1 Kings 9. 8. 
Jer. 18. 16. 
& 19. 8. 
Ezek. 5. 1.5. 
i Deut. 4.27. 
& 28. 64. 
Ps. 44. 11. 
.ler. 9. 16. 
Ezek. 12.15. 
& 20. 23. & 
22. 15. 
Zerh. 7. 14. 
k 2 Cliron. 
36. 21. 



I ch.25.2. 



m Ezek. 21. 
7, 12, 1.5. 

n ver. 17. 
Job 1.5. 21. 
Prov. 28. 1. 
t Heb. 
driven. 



Isai. 10.4. 
See Judg. 7. 
22 

1 Sam. 14. 
1.5, 16. 

p Josh. 7. 
12, 13. 
Judg. 2. 14. 



q Dent. 4. 

27. & 28. 6.5. 
Neh. 1.9. 
Jer. 3. 25. & 
29. 12, 13. 
Ezek. 4. 17. 
& 6. 9. & 20. 
43. & 24. 23. 
&33.10.& 
.36. 31. 
Hos. .5. 15. 
Zech. 10. 9. 
r Numb. 5. 
7. 

1 Kings 8. 
33, 35. 47. 
Neh. 9. 2. 
Dan. 9. 3, 4. 
Prov. 28. 13. 
Luke 15. 18. 

1 John 1. 9. 
s See Jer. 6. 
10. & 9. 25, 
26. 

Ezek. 44. 7. 
Acts 7. 51. 
Rom. 2. 29. 
Col. 2.11. 

t 1 Kings 21. 
29. 

2 Chron. 12. 
6, 7, 12. & 
32. 26. & 33. 
12, 13. 

u Exod. 2. 
24. & 6.5. 
Ps. 106. 45. 
Ezek. 16. 60. 



xrs.136.23. 



the disobedient. 

27 And >'if ye will not for all this hearken 
unto me, but walk contrary unto me ; 

28 Then I will walk contrary unto you 
also ^ in fury ; and I, even I, will chastise 
you seven times for your sins. 

29 ^And ye shall eat the flesh of your 
sons, and the flesh of your daughters shall 
ye eat. 

30 And ''I will destroy your high places, 
and cut down your images, and ''cast your 
carcasses upon the carcasses of your idols, 
and my soul shall ''abhor you. 

31 ''And I will make your cities waste, 
and ^bring your sanctuaries unto desolation, 
and I will not smell the savour of your sweet 
odours. 

32 s And I will bring the land into deso- 
lation : and your enemies which dwell therein 
shall be '' astonished at it. 

33 And 'I will scatter you among the 
heathen, and will draw out a sword after 
you : and your land shall be desolate, and 
your cities waste. 

34 ^ Then shall the land enjoy her sab- 
baths, as long as it lieth desolate, and ye be 
in your enemies' land ; even then shall the 
land rest, and enjoy her sabbaths. 

35 As long as it lieth desolate it shall 
rest; because it did not rest in your 'sab- 
baths, when ye dwelt upon it. 

36 And upon them that are left alive of 
you, '"I will send a faintness into their hearts 
in the lands of their enemies ; and " the sound 
of a t shaken leaf shall chase them ; and they 
shall flee, as fleeing from a sword ; and they 
shall fall, when none pursueth. 

37 And "they shall fall one upon another, 
as it were before a sword, when none pur- 
sueth : and Pye shall have no power to stand 
before your enemies. 

38 And ye shall perish among the heathen, 
and the land of your enemies shall eat you up. 

39 And they that are left of you i shall 
pine away in their iniquity in your enemies' 
lands ; and also in the iniquities of their 
fathers shall they pine away with them. 

40 ' If they shall confess their iniquity, 
and the iniquity of their fathers, with their 
trespass which they trespassed against me, 
and that also they have walked contrary unto 
me ; 

41 And that I also have walked contrary 
unto them, and have brought them into the 
land of their enemies ; if then their ^uncir- 
cumcised hearts be * humbled, and they then 
accept of the punishment of their iniquity : 

42 Then will I "^ remember my covenant 
with Jacob, and also my covenant with Isaac, 
and also my covenant with Abraham will 1 
remember; and I will ''remember the land. 

121 



Of vows, and 



LEVITICUS. 



43 y The land also shall be left of them, 
and shall enjoy her sabbaths, while she lieth 
desolate without them: and they shall accept 
of the punishment of their iniquity; because, 
even because they ^despised my judgments, 
and because their soul abhorred my sta- 
tutes. 

44 And yet for all that, when they be in 
the land of their enemies, ''I will not cast 
them away, neither will I abhor them, to 
destroy them utterly, and to break my cove- 
nant with them: for I am the Lord their 
God. 

45 But I will •'for their sakes remember 
the covenant of their ancestors, *=whom I 
brought forth out of the land of Egypt "^in 
the sight of the heathen, that I might be 
their God : I am the Lord, 

46 ^ These arc the statutes, and judgments, 
and laws, which the Lord made between 
him and the children of Israel '^in mount 
Sinai by the hand of Moses. 

CHAP. XXVIL 

1 He that maketh a singular vow must be the I^rd^s. 
IJ The estimation of the person. 9 Of aheast given 
by vow. 14 Of a house. 16 Of afield, and the re- 
demption thereof. 28 No devoted thing may be re- 
deemed. 32 The tithe may not be changed. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ing, 

2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and 
say unto them, ^When a man shall make a 
singular vow, the persons shall he for the 
Lord, by thy estimation. 

3 And thy estimation shall be, of the 
male from twenty years old even unto sixty 
years old ; even thy estimation shall be fifty 
shekels of silver, ''after the shekel of the 
sanctuary. 

4 And if it he a female, then thy estima- 
tion shall be thirty shekels. 

5 And if it he from five years old even 
unto twenty years old, then thy estimation 
shall be of the male twenty shekels, and for 
the female ten shekels. 

6 And if it he from a month old even unto 
five years old, then thy estimation shall be 
of the male five shekels of silver, and for the 
female thy estimation shall he three shekels 
of silver. 

7 And if it he from sixty years old and 
above ; if it he a male, then thy estimation 
shall be fifteen shekels, and for the female 
ten shekels. 

8 But if he be poorer than thy estimation, 
then he shall present himself before the 
priest, and the priest shall value him : ac- 
cording to his ability that vowed shall the 
priest value him. 

9 And if it he a beast whereof men 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

y ver. 34, 35. 



z ver. 15. 



aDeut.4.31. 
2 Kings 13. 
23. 
Rom. 11. 2. 



b Rom. 11. 

28. 

c ch.22. 33. 
& 25. 38. 
d Ps. 98. 2. 
Ezek. 20. 9, 
14, 22. 



e ch. 27. 34. 

Deut. 6. 1. & 

12. 1. & 33. 

4. 

John 1. 17. 

fch.25.1. 



a Numb. 6. 
o 

See 

Judges 11. 
30, 31,39. 
1 Sam. 1. 
11, 28. 



b E.\od. 30. 
13. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 



tHeb. 

according to 
thy estima- 
tion, O 
priest, &-C. 
o ver. 15, 19. 



d ver. 13. 



II Or, the 
land of nn 
homer, 4-c. 



e ch. 25. 15, 
16. 



f ver. 13. 



B ch.25. 10, 
28, 31. 



h ver. 28. 
i Numb. 18. 
14. 
Ezek. 44.29. 



k ch. 25. 10, 
25. 

1 ver. 18. 



ra ch. 25.28. 



their redemption 

bring an offering unto the Lord, all that 
ani/ mafi giveth of such unto the Lord shall 
be holy. 

10 He shall not alter it, nor change it, a 
good for a bad, or abad for a good : and if he 
shall at all change beast for beast, then it 
and the exchange thereof shall be holy. 

11 And if it he any unclean beast, of 
which they do not offer a sacrifice unto the 
Lord, then he shall present the beast before 
the priest : 

12 And the priest shall value it, whether 
it be good or bad : f as thou valuest it who 
art the priest, so shall it be. 

13 ^But if he will at all redeem it, then 
he shall add a fifth part thereof unto thy 
estimation. 

14 IT And when a man shall sanctify his 
house to he holy unto the Lord, then the 
priest shall estimate it, whether it be good or 
bad : as the priest shall estimate it, so shall 
it stand, 

15 "^ And if he that sanctified it will redeem 
his house, then he shall add the fifth part 
of the money of thy estimation unto it, and it 
shall be his. 

16 And if a man shall sanctify unto the 
Lord some part of a field of his possession, 
then thy estimation shall be according to the 
seed thereof : || an homer of barley seed shall 
he valued at fifty shekels of silver. 

17 If he sanctify his field from the year 
of jubilee, according to thy estimation it shall 
stand. 

18 But if he sanctify his field after the 
jubilee, then the priest shall ^reckon unto him 
the money according to the years that remain, 
even unto the year of the jubilee, and it shall 
be abated from thy estimation. 

19 ^And if he that sanctified the field will 
in any wise redeem it, then he shall add the 
fifth part of the money of thy estimation 
unto it, and it shall be assured to him. 

20 And if he will not redeem the field, or 
if he have sold the field to another man, it 
shall not be redeemed any more. 

21 But the field, ^ when it goeth out in 
the jubilee, shall be holy unto the Lord, as 
a field i^devoted: 'the possession thereof shall 
be the priest's. 

22 And if a man sanctify unto the Lord 
a field which he hath bought, which is not of 
the fields of ''his possession ; 

23 'Then the priest shall reckon unto him 
the worth of thy estimation, even unto the 
year of the jubilee : and he shall give thine 
estimation in that day, as a holy thing unto 
the Lord. 

24 "* In the year of the jubilee the field 
shall return unto him of whom it was bought, 

109 



The tithe may not 

even to him to whom the possession of the 
land did belong. 

25 And all thy estimations shall be ac- 
cording to the shekel of the sanctuary : 
"twenty gerahs shall be the shekel. 

26 *|[Only the ffirsthng of the beasts, 
which should be the Lord's firstling, no man 
shall sanctify it ; whether it he ox, or sheep : 
it is the Lord's. 

27 And if it he of an unclean beast, then 
he shall redeem it according to thine estima- 
tion, Pand shall add a fifth part of it there- 
to : or if it be not redeemed, then it shall be 
sold according to thy estimation. 

28 " Notwithstanding, no devoted thing 
that a man shall devote unto the Lord of all 
that he hath, hoth of man and beast, and of 
the field of his possession, shall be sold or 
redeemed : every devoted thing is most holy 
unto the Lord. 

29 ""None devoted, which shall be devoted 



CHAP. 1. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1491. 


1491. 




s Gen. 28. 




22. 




Numb. 18. 




21, 24. 




2 Chron. 31. 


n Exod. 30. 


5, 6, 12. 


13. 


Nell. 13. 12. 


Numb. 3. 
47. & 18. 16. 


Mai. 3. 8, 10. 


Ezek. 4.5. 12. 




t Hah. first- 


t ver. 13. 


born, <S-c. 




o Exod. 13. 




2, 12. & 22. 
35. 

Numb. 18. 






17. 




Deut 15. 19. 






u See Jer. 




33. 13. 


p ver. 11, 
12, 13. 


Ezek. 20. 37. 
Mio. 7. 14. 


a ver. 21. 
Josb. 6. 17. 


X ver. 10. 


18, 19. 






y ch. 26. 46. 


r Numb. 21. 




2.3. 





be changed. 

of men, shall be redeemed : hut shall surely 
be put to death. 

30 And ' all the tithe of the land, whe- 
ther of the seed of the land, or of the fruit 
of the tree, is the Lord's : it is holy unto 
the Lord. 

31 *And if a man will at all redeem aught 
of his tithes, he shall add thereto the fifth 
part thereof. 

32 And concerning the tithe of the herd, 
or of the flock, even of whatsoever "passeth 
under the rod, the tenth shall be holy unto 
the Lord. 

33 He shall not search whether it be 
good or bad, ^neither shall he change it : 
and if he change it at all, then both it and 
the change thereof shall be holy ; it shall 
not be redeemed. 

34 y These are the commandments which 
the Lord commanded Moses for the chil- 
dren of Israel in mount Sinai. 



THE FOURTH BOOK OF MOSES 



CALLED 



NUMBERS. 



CHAP. L 

1 God commandeth Moses to number the people. 5 
The princes of the tribes. 17 The number of every 
tribe. 47 The Levites are exempted for the service of 
the Lord. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses ^in 
the wilderness of Sinai, ^ in the taber- 
nacle of the congregation, on the first day 
of the second month, in the second year 
after they were come out of the land of 
Egypt, saying, 

2 <=Take ye the sum of all the congrega- 
tion of the children of Israel, after their 
families, by the house of their fathers, with 
the number of their names, every male by 
their polls : 

3 From twenty years old and upward, all 
that are able to go forth to war in Israel ; 
thou and Aaron shall number them by their 
armies. 

4 And with you there shall be a man of 
every tribe ; every one head of the house of 
his fathers. 

5 1[ And these are the names of the men 
that shall stand with you : of the tribe of 
Reuben ; Elizur the son of Shedeur. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1490. 


1490. 


a Exod. 19. 




1. 




Numb. 10. 




11, 12. 




b kxod. 25. 




22. 




c Exod. 30. 




12. & 38. 26. 




ch. 26. 2, 63, 




64. 




2 Sam. 24.2. 




1 Cbroii. 21. 




o 






d ch. 2. 14. 




he is called 




Rmicl. 




e ch. 7. 2. 




1 Chron. 27. 




16. 




f Exod. 18. 




21,25. 



6 Of Simeon ; Shelumiel the son of Zu- 
rishaddai. 

7 Of Judah ; Nahshon the son of Ammi- 
nadab. 

8 Of Issachar; Nethaneelthe son of Zuar. 

9 Of Zebulun; Eliab the son of Helon. 

10 Of the children of Joseph: ofEphraim; 
Elishama the son of Ammihud : of Manas- 
seh ; Gamaliel the son of Pedahzur. 

1 1 Of Benjamin ; Abidan the son of Gi- 
deoni. 

12 Of Dan; Ahiezer the son of Ammi- 
shaddai. 

13 Of Asher ; Pagiel the son of Ocran. 

14 Of Gad ; Eliasaph the son of ^ Deuel. 

15 Of Naphtali; Ahira the son of Enan. 

16 ^ These were the renowned of the con- 
gregation, princes of the tribes of their 
fathers, ^heads of thousands in Israel. 

17 l^And Moses and Aaron took these 
men which are expressed by their names : 

18 And they assembled all the congrega- 
tion together on the first day of the second 
month, and they declared their pedigrees 
after their families, by the house of their 
fathers, according to the number of the 

123 



The number of men in each trihe^ 

names, from twenty years old and upward, 
by their polls. 

19 As the Lord commanded Moses, so 
he numbered them in the wilderness of 
Sinai. 

20 And the children of Reuben, Israel's 
eldest son, by their generations, after their 
families, by the house of their fathers, ac- 
cording to the number of the names, by 
their polls, every male from twenty years old 
and upward, all that were able to go forth 
to war; 

21 Those that were numbered of them, 
even of the tribe of Reuben, were forty and 
six thousand and five hundred. 

22 TI Of the children of Simeon, by their 
generations, after their families, by the house 
of their fathers, those that were numbered 
of them, according to the number of the 
names, by their polls, every male from 
twenty years old and upward, all that were 
able to go forth to war ; 

23 Those that were numbered of them, 
even of the tribe of Simeon, were fifty and 
nine thousand and three hundred. 

24 IT Of the children of Gad, by their 
generations, after their families, by the house 
of their fathers, according to the number of 
the names, from twenty years old and up- 
ward, all that were able to go forth to war ; 

25 Those that were numbered of them, 
even of the tribe of Gad, were forty and five 
thousand six hundred and fifty. 

26 IF Of the children of Judah, by their 
generations, after their families, by the house 
of their fathers, according to the number of 
the names, from twenty years old and up- 
ward, all that were able to go forth to war; 

27 Those that were numbered of them, 
even of the tribe of Judah, were threescore 
and fourteen thousand and six hundred. 

28 IT Of the children of Issachar, by their 
generations, after their families, by the house 
of their fathers, according to the number of 
the names, from twenty years old and up- 
ward, all that were able to go forth to war ; 

29 Those that were numbered of them, 
even of the tribe of Issachar, were fifty and 
four thousand and four hundred. 

30 IT Of the children of Zebulun, by their 
generations, after their families, by the house 
of their fathers, according to the number of 
the names, from twenty years old and up- 
ward, all that were able to go forth to war ; 

31 Those that were numbered of them, 
even of the tribe of Zebulun, were fifty and 
seven thousand and four hundred. 

32 "J[ Of the children of Joseph, namely, of 
the children of Ephraim, by their genera- 
tions, after their families, by the house of 



NUMBERS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



Berore 

CHRIST 

1490. 



g ch. i!6. 64. 



h Exod. 38. 

2(5. 

See Exod. 

12. 37. 

ch. 2. 32. & 

26. 51. 

i ch. 2. 33. 

See cl). 3. & 

4. & 26. 57. 

1 Chron. fi. 

& 21. 6. 



exclusive of the Levites, 

their fathers, according to the number of the 
names, from twenty years old and upward, 
all that were able to go forth to war ; 

33 Those that were numbered of them, 
even of the tribe of Ephraim, were forty 
thousand and five hundred. 

34 H Of the children of Manasseh, by 
their generations, after their families, by the 
house of their fathers, according to the num- 
ber of the names, from twenty years old and 
upward, all that were able to go forth to war ; 

35 Those that were numbered of them, 
even of the tribe of Manasseh, were thirty 
and two thousand and two hundred. 

36 IF Of the children of Benjamin, by their 
generations, after their families, by the house 
of their fathers, according to the number of 
the names, from twenty years old and up- 
ward, all that were able to go forth to war ; 

37 Those that were numbered of them, 
even of the tribe of Benjamin, were thirty 
and five thousand and four hundred. 

38 IF Of the children of Dan, by their ge- 
nerations, after their families, by the house 
of their fathers, according to the number of 
the names, from twenty years old and up- 
ward, all that were able to go forth to war ; 

39 Those that were numbered of them, 
even of the tribe of Dan, were threescore and 
two thousand and seven hundred. 

40 IF Of the children of Asher, by their 
generations, after their families, by the house 
of their fathers, according to the number of 
the names, from twenty years old and up- 
ward, all that were able to go forth to war ; 

41 Those that were numbered of them, 
even of the tribe of Asher, were forty and 
one thousand and five hundred. 

42 IF Of the children of Naphtali, through- 
out their generations, after their families, by 
the house of their fathers, according to the 
number of the names, from twenty years old 
and upward, all that were able to go forth 
to war ; 

43 Those that were numbered of them, 
even of the tribe of Naphtali, were fifty and 
three thousand and four hundred. 

44 ^ These are those that were number- 
ed, which Moses and Aaron numbered, and 
the princes of Israel, being twelve men ; each 
one was for the house of his fathers. 

45 So were all those that were numbered 
of the children of Israel, by the house of 
their fathers, from twenty years old and up- 
ward, all that were able to go forth to war 
in Israel ; 

46 Even all they tliat were numbered, 
were ^six hundred thousand and three thou- 
sand and five hundred and fifty. 

47 IF But 'the Levites, after the tribe of 

124 



The order of the tribes 

their fathers, were not numbered among 
them. 

48 For the Lord had spoken unto Moses, 
saying, 

49 •'Only thou shalt not number the tribe 
of Levi, neither take the sum of them among 
the children of Israel : 

50 'But thou shalt appoint the Levites 
over the tabernacle of testimony, and over 
all the vessels thereof, and over all things 
that belong to it : they shall bear the taber- 
nacle, and all the vessels thereof, and they 
shall minister unto it, "'and shall encamp 
round about the tabernacle. 

51 "And when the tabernacle setteth for- 
ward, the Levites shall take it down; and 
when the tabernacle is to be pitched, the 
Levites shall set it up: "and the stranger 
that Cometh nigh shall be put to death. 

52 And the children of Israel shall pitch 
their tents, p every man by his own camp, and 
every man by his own standard, throughout 
their hosts. 

53 'iBut the Levites shall pitch round 
about the tabernacle of testimony ; that there 
be no "^ wrath upon the congregation of the 
children of Israel: 'and the Levites shall 
keep the charge of the tabernacle of testi- 
mony. 

54 And the children of Israel did accord- 
ing to all that the Lord commanded Moses, 
so did they. 

CHAP. IL 

The order of the tribes in their tents. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses and 
unto Aaron, saying, 

2 ^ Every man of the children of Israel 
shall pitch by his own "Standard, with the 
ensign of their father's house : t'^far off about 
the tabernacle of the congregation shall they 
pitch. 

3 And on the east side toward the rising 
of the sun shall they of the standard of the 
camp of Judah pitch throughout their armies : 
and '^Nahshon the son of Amminadab shall 
be captain of the children of Judah. 

4 And his host, and those that were num- 
bered of them, were threescore and fourteen 
thousand and six hundred. 

5 And those that do pitch next unto him, 
shall be the tribe of Issachar : and Nethaneel 
the son of Zuar shall be captain of the chil- 
dren of Issachar. 

6 And his host, and those that were num- 
bered thereof, were fifty and four thousand 
and four hundred. 

7 Then the tribe of Zebulun : and Eliab 
the son of Helon shall be captain of the 
children of Zebulun. 

8 And his host, and those that were num- 



CHAP. IL 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



^^y 



k ch. 2. 33. 
& 26. 62. 



1 Exod. 38. 

21. 

ch. 3. 7, 8. 

& 4. 15, 25, 

26, 27, 33. 



m ch. 3. 23, 
29, .35, 38. 



n ch. 10. 17. 
21. 



o ch. 3. 10, 

38. & 18. 22. 



pch.2.2,34. 



q ver. 50. 



r Lev. 10. 6. 

ch. 8. 19. & 
Ifi. 40. & 18. 
5. 

1 Sam. 6. 19. 
s ch. 3. 7, 8. 
& 8. 24,25, 
26. & 18. 3, 
4, 5. & 31. 
30, 47. 

1 Chron. 23. 
32. 

2 Chron. 13. 
10. 



a ch. 1. 52. 



T Heb. over 
agaivst. 
b Josh. 3. 4. 



c ch. 10. 14. 

Ruin 4. 20. 

1 Chron. 2. 

10. 

Matt. 1. 4. 

Luke 3. 32, 

33. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



d ch. 10. 14. 



II Deuel. 
ch. 1. 14. & 
7. 42, 47. & 
10. 20. 



e ch. 10. 18. 



fch. 10.17, 
21. 



in their tents. 

bered thereof, were fifty and seven thousand 
and four hundred. 

9 All that were numbered in the camp of 
Judah were an hundred thousand and four- 
score thousand and six thousand and four 
hundred throughout their armies : "^ these 
shall first set forth. 

10 H On the south side shall be the stand- 
ard of the camp of Reuben according to 
their armies : and the captain of the children 
of Reuben shall be Elizur the son of Shedeur. 

11 And his host, and those that were 
numbered thereof, were forty and six thou- 
sand and five hundred. 

12 And those which pitch by him shalL 
be the tribe of Simeon: and the captain of 
the children of Simeon shall be Shelumiel 
the son of Zurishaddai. 

13 And his host, and those that were 
numbered of them, were fifty and nine thou- 
sand and three hundred. 

14 Then the tribe of Gad : and the cap- 
tain of the sons of Gad shall be Eliasaph the 
son of II Reuel. 

15 And his host, and those that were 
numbered of them, were forty and five thou- 
sand and six hundred and fifty. 

16 All that were numbered in the camp of 
Reuben were an hundred thousand and fifty 
and one thousand and four hundred and fifty, 
throughout their armies : ''and they shall set 
forth in the second rank. 

ITU ^Then the tabernacle of the congre- 
gation shall set forward with the camp of the 
Levites, in the midst of the camp : as they 
encamp, so shall they set forward, every man 
in his place by their standards. 

18 1[ On the west side shall be the stand- 
ard of the camp of Ephraim, according to 
their armies : and the captain of the sons of 
Ephraim shall be Elishama the son of Am- 
mihud. 

19 And his host, and those that were 
numbered of them, were forty thousand and 
five hundred. 

20 And by him shall be the tribe of 
Manasseh : and the captain of the children 
of Manasseh shall be Gamaliel the son of 
Pedahzur. 

21 And his host, and those that were 
numbered of them, were thirty and two 
thousand and two hundred. 

22 Then the tribe of Benjamin : and the 
captain of the sons of Benjamin shall be 
Abidan the son of Gideoni. 

23 And his host, and those that were 
numbered of them, were thirty and five 
thousand and four hundred. 

24 All that were numbered of the camp 
of Ephraim were an hundred thousand and 

125 



s. 



The sons of Aaron. 

eight thousand and an hundred, throughout 
their armies: ^and they shall go forward in 
the third rank. 

25 1[ The standard of the camp of Dan 
sJiall be on the north side by their armies : 
and the captain of the children of Dan shall 
be Ahiezer the son of Ammishaddai. 

26 And his host, and those that were 
numbered of them, were threescore and two 
thousand and seven hundred. 

27 And those that encamp by him shall 
be the tribe of Asher : and the captain of the 
children of Asher shall be Pagiel the son of 
Ocran. 

28 And his host, and those that were 
numbered of them, were forty and one thou- 
sand and five hundred. 

29 H Then the tribe of Naphtali : and the 
captain of the children of Naphtali shall be 
Ahira the son of Enan. 

30 And his host, and those that were 
numbered of them, were fifty and three thou- 
sand and four hundred. 

31 All they that were numbered in the 
camp of Dan ?ve7'e an hundred thousand and 
fifty and seven thousand and six hundred : 
''they shall go hindmost with their standards. 

32 IT These are those which were numbered 
of the children of Israel by the house of their 
fathers : ' all those that were numbered of 
the camps throughout their hosts, were six 
hundred thousand and three thousand and 
five hundred and fifty. 

33 But ^ the Levites were not numbered 
among the children of Israel ; as the Lord 
commanded Moses. 

34 And the children of Israel did accord- 
ing to all that the Lord commanded Moses : 
'so they pitched by their standards, and so 
they set forward, every one after their fami- 
lies, according to the house of their fathers. 

CHAP. m. 

1 Tke sons of Aaron. 5 The Levites are given to the 
priests, for the service of the tabernacle, 1 1 instead of 
the first-born. 14 The Levites are mimbered by their 
families. 21 The families, number, and charge of 
the Gcrshonites, 27 of the Kohathites, 33 of the 
Merarites. 38 The place and charge of Moses and 
Aaron. 40 The first-born are freed by the Levites. 
44 The overplus are redeemed. 

THESE also are the generations of Aaron 
and Moses, in the day that the Lord 
spake with Moses in mount Sinai. 

2 And these are the names of the sons of 
Aaron; Nadab the ^first-born, and Abihu, 
Eleazar, and Ithamar. 

3 These are the names of the sons of 
Aaron, ^ the priests which were anointed, 
twhom he consecrated to minister in the 
priest's office. 



NUMBERS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

g ch. 10. 22. 



Ii cli. 10. 25. 



i Exod. 38. 

26. 

ch. 1. 46. & 

11. 21. 



k ch. 1. 47. 



1 ch. 24.2. 
5, 6. 



1491. 



a Exod. 6. 
23. 



b Exod. 28. 
41. 

Lev. 8. 
t Heb. 
whose hand 
he filled. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

c Lev. 10. 1^ 
ch. 26. 61.' 
1 Chron. 24. 
2. 



dch.8.6.&; 

18. 2. 



e See ch. 1. 
50. & 8. 11, 
IS, 24, 26. 



f ch. 8. 19. 
&. 18. 6. 



g ch. 18. 7. 

h ver. 38. 
ch. 1.51. & 
IG 40. 



i ver. 41. 
ch. 8. 16. & 
18. 6. 



k Exod. 13. 
2. 

Lev. 27. 26. 
ch. 8. 16. 
Luke 2. 23. 
1 Exod. 13. 
12, 15. 
ch. 8. 17. 



m ver. 39. 
ch. 26. 62. 



t Heb. 
mouth. 



n Gen. 46. 
11. 

Exod. 6. 16. 
ch. 26.57. 
1 Chron. 6. 
1, 16.&23. 



o Exod. 6. 
17. 



p Exod. G. 

18. 



q Exod. e. 
19. 



The Levites are nunibered. 

4 «=And Nadab and Abihu died before the 
Lord, when they offered strange fire before 
the Lord, in the wilderness of Sinai, and 
they had no children : and Eleazar and Itha- 
mar ministered in the priest's office in the 
sight of Aaron their father. 

5 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

6 ^ Bring the tribe of Levi near, and pre- 
sent them before Aaron the priest, that they 
may minister unto him. 

7 And they shall keep his charge, and the 
charge of the whole congregation before the 
tabernacle of the congregation, to do ^the 
service of the tabernacle. 

8 And they shall keep all the instruments 
of the tabernacle of the congregation, and 
the charge of the children of Israel, to do the 
service of the tabernacle. 

9 And ^thou shalt give the Levites unto 
Aaron and to his sons : they are wholly 
given unto him out of the children of Israel. 

10 And thou shalt appoint Aaron and his 
sons, s and they shall wait on their priest's 
office : ^ and the stranger that cometh nigh 
shall be put to death. 

11 And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

12 And I, behold, "I have taken the 
Levites from among the children of Israel, 
instead of all the first-born that openeth the 
matrix among the children of Israel : there- 
fore the Levites shall be mine ; 

13 Because •'all the first-born are mine; 
^/or on the day that I smote all the first-born 
in the land of Egypt, I hallowed unto me all 
the first-born in Israel, both man and beast : 
mine they shall be :• I am the Lord. 

14 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses in 
the wilderness of Sinai, saying, 

15 Number the children of Levi after the 
house of their fathers, by their families : 
*" every male from a month old and upward 
shalt thou number them. 

16 And Moses numbered them according 
to the t word of the Lord, as he was com- 
manded. 

17 "^ And these were the sons of Levi, by 
their names; Gershon, and Kohath, and 
Merari. 

18 And these are the names of the sons 
of Gershon by their famihes ; ° Libni, and 
Shimei. 

19 And the sons of Kohath by their fami- 
lies ; P Amram, and Izehar, Hebron, and 
Uzziel. 

20 'I And the sons of Merari by their fami- 
lies ; Mahli, and Mushi : these are the fami- 
lies of the Levites, according to the house of 
their fathers. 

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The families^ number^ and 

21 Of Gershon was the family of the 
Libnites, and the family of the Shimites : 
these are the families of the Gershonites. 

22 Those that were numbered of them, 
according to the number of all the males, 
from a month old and upward, even those 
that were numbered of them, were seven 
thousand and five hundred. 

23 ■'The famihes of the Gershonites shall 
pitch behind the tabernacle westward. 

24 And the chief of the house of the 
father of the Gershonites shall he Eliasaph 
the son of Lael. 

25 And ' the charge of the sons of Gershon 
in the tabernacle of the congregation shall he 
Uhe tabernacle, and "the tent, ^the covering 
thereof, and ^the hanging for the door of 
the tabernacle of the congregation, 

26 And "= the hangings of the court, and 
^the curtain for the door of the court, which 
is by the tabernacle, and by the altar round 
about, and ''the cords of it, for all the service 
thereof. 

27 ir<=And of Kohath was the family of 
the Amramites, and the family of the Ize- 
haritcs, and the family of the Hebronites, 
and the family of the Uzzielites : these are 
the families of the Kohathites. 

28 In the number of all the males from 
a month old and upward, were eight thou- 
sand and six hundred, keeping the charge of 
the sanctuary. 

29 -^The families of the sons of Kohath 
shall pitch on the side of the tabernacle 
southward. 

30 And the chief of the house of the father 
of the families of the Kohathites shall he 
Elizaphan the son of Uzziel. 

31 And nheir charge shall he ^the ark, 
and &the table, and ^the candlestick, and 
•the altars, and the vessels of the sanctuary 
wherewith they minister, and ^ the hanging, 
and all the service thereof. 

32 And Eleazar the son of Aaron the 
priest shall he chief over the chief of the 
Levites, and have the oversight of them that 
keep the charge of the sanctuary. 

33 1[ Of Merari was the family of the 
Mahlites, and the family of the Mushites : 
these are the families of Merari. 

34 And those that were numbered of 
them, according to the number of all the 
males from a month old and upward, were 
six thousand and two hundred. 

35 And the chief of the house of the 
father of the families of Merari was Zuriel 
the son of Abihail : Hhese shall pitch on the 
side of the tabernacle northward. 

36 And -f"" under the custody and charge 
of the sons of Merari shall he the boards of 



CHAP. III. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1490. 



r ch. 1. 53. 



s ch. 4. 24, 
25,26. 



t Exod. 25. 

9. 

u Exod. 26. 

1. 

X Exod. 26. 

7, 14. 

y Exod. 26. 

36. 

z Exod. 27. 

9. 

a Exod. 27. 

16. 

b Exod. 35. 

18. 



c 1 Chron. 
26. 23. 



d ch. 1. 53. 



c ch. 4.1.5. 

(• y:\oii. 25. 

10. 

K Exod. 25. 

23. 

h Exod. 25. 

3). 

i Exod. 27. 

1. & 30. 1. 

k Exod. 26. 

32. 



1 ch. 1. 53. 



t Heb. the 

ofHce of the 

charge. 

m ch. 4. 31, 

32. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



n ch. 1. 53. 



o ch. 18. 5. 



p ver. 7, 8. 
q ver. 10. 



r See ch. 
26. 62. 



8 ver 15. 



t ver. 12. 45. 



u ver. 12.41. 



X Exod. 13. 

13. 

ch. 18. 15. 



y ver. 39, 43. 

z Lev. 27. 6. 
ch. 16. 16. 



a Exod. 30. 

13. 

Lev. 27.25. 

cli. 18. 16. 

Ezek. 45. 12. 



b ver. 46. 47. 



charges of the Levites, 

the tabernacle, and the bars thereof, and the 
pillars thereof, and the sockets thereof, and 
all the vessels thereof, and all that serveth 
thereto, 

37 And the pillars of the court round 
about, and their sockets, and their pins, and 
their cords. 

38 IT "But those that encamp before the 
tabernacle toward the east, even before the 
tabernacle of the congregation eastward, shall 
he Moses, and Aaron and his sons, ° keeping 
the charge of the sanctuary, Pfor the charge 
of the children of Israel ; and i the stranger 
that cometh nigh shall be put to death. 

39 ■■ All that were numbered of the Levites, 
which Moses and Aaron numbered at the 
commandment of the Lord, throughout their 
families, all the males from a month old and 
upward, were twenty and two thousand. 

40 IF And the Lord said unto Moses, 
^Number all the first-born of the males of 
the children of Israel, from a month old and 
upward, and take the number of their names. 

41 *And thou shalt take the Levites for 
me (I am the Lord) instead of all the first- 
born among the children of Israel ; and the 
cattle of the Levites, instead of all the first- 
lings among the cattle of the children of 
Israel. 

42 And Moses numbered, as the Lord 
commanded him, all the first-born among the 
children of Israel. 

43 And all the first-born males by the 
number of names, from a month old and up- 
ward, of those that were numbered of them, 
were twenty and two thousand two hundred 
and threescore and thirteen. 

44 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

45 "Take the Levites instead of all the 
first-born among the children of Israel, and 
the cattle of the Levites instead of their cat- 
tle ; and the Levites shall be mine : I am 
the Lord. 

46 And for those that are to be ^redeemed 
of the two hundred and threescore and thir- 
teen, of the first-born of the children of 
Israel, ^ which are more than the Levites : 

47 Thou shalt even take ^five shekels 
apiece by the poll, after the shekel of the 
sanctuary shalt thou take them: ''the shekel 
is twenty ger ah s. 

48 And thou shalt give the money, where- 
with the odd number of them is to be redeem- 
ed, unto Aaron and to his sons. 

49 And Moses took the redemption- 
money of them that were over and above 
them that were redeemed by the Levites : 

50 Of the first-born of the children of 
Israel took he the money; ''a thousand three 

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jTAe age and service of the Levites. 

hundred and threescore and five shekels, 
after the shekel otthe sanctuary : 

51 And Moses " gave the money of them 
that were redeemed unto Aaron, and to his 
sons, according to the vrord of the Lord, as 
the Lord commanded Moses. 



NUMBERS. 



CHAP. IV. 



1 



The age and time of the Levites' service. 4 The car- 
riage of the Kohathites, when the priests have taken 
down the tabernacle. 16 The charge of Eleazar. 
17 The office of the priests. 21 The carriage of the 
Gershonites. 29 The carriage of the Merarites. 34 
The number of the Kohathites, 38 of the Gersho7iites, 
42 and of the Merarites. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses and 
unto Aaron, saying, 

2 Take the sum of the sons of Kohath 
from among the sons of Levi, after their 
famihes, by the house of their fathers ; 

3 ^From thirty years old and upward, 
even until fifty years old, all that enter into 
the host, to do the work in the tabernacle of 
the congregation. 

4 ^ This shall he the service of the sons 
of Kohath in the tabernacle of the congre- 
gation, about ''the most holy things. 

5 K And when the camp setteth forward, 
Aaron shall come, and his sons, and they 
shall take down "^the covering vail, and cover 
the *^ ark of testimony with it : 

6 And shall put thereon the covering of 
badgers' skins, and shall spread over it a 
cloLii wholly of blue, and shall put in ^the 
staves thereof. 

7 And upon the s table of she w-bread they 
shall spread a cloth of blue, and put thereon 
the dishes, and the spoons, and the bowls, 
and covers to || cover withal : and the conti- 
nual bread shall be thereon : 

8 And they shall spread upon them a 
cloth of scarlet, and cover the same with a 
covering of badgers' skins, and shall put in 
the staves thereof. 

9 And they shall take a cloth of blue, 
and cover the ^candlestick of the light, 'and 
his lamps, and his tongs, and his snuff-dishes, 
and all the oil-vessels thereof, wherewith 
they minister unto it : 

10 And they shall put it, and all the ves- 
sels thereof, within a covering of badgers' 
skins, and shall put it upon a bar. 

11 And upon ''the golden altar they shall 
spread a cloth of blue, and cover it with a 
covering of badgers' skins, and shall put to 
the staves thereof: 

12 And they shall take all the instruments 
of ministry, wherewith they minister in the 
sanctuary, and put them in a cloth of blue, 
and cover them with a covering of badgers' 
skins, and shall put them on a bar. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1490. 


1490. 


c ver. 48. 






II Or, bowls. 




1 ch. 7. 9. 




& 10. 21. 




Deut. 31. 9. 




2 Sam. 6. 13. 




1 Chroji. 15. 




2,15. 




m 2 Sain. C. 




6, 7. 




1 Chron. 13. 




9, 10. 




n ch. 3. 31. 


a See ch.8. 




-a. 




1 Chron. 23. 
3, 24, 27. 


o Exod. 25. 
6. 




Lev. 24. 2. 




P Exod. 30. 




34. 




q Exod. 29. 




40. 


b ver. 15. 


r Exod. 30. 




23. 


c ver. I'J. 




d Exocl. 26. 




31. 




e Exod. 25. 




10, 1(5. 




f Exod. 25. 
13. 


s ver. 4. 


s Exod. 25. 




23, 2il, 30. 




Lev. 24. 6, 8. 


t See Exod. 




19. 21. 




1 Sam. 6. 19. 


II Or, pour 




out withal. 






u ver. 3. 


h E.\od. 25. 


t Heb. 


31. 


to war the 


i Exod. 25. 


warfare. 


37, 38. 






II Or. 




carriage. 




X ch. 3. 25, 




26 


k Exod. 30. 




1, 3. 





The charge of Eleazar, 

13 And they shall take away the ashes 
from the altar, and spread a purple cloth 
thereon : 

14 And they shall put upon it all the 
vessels thereof, wherewith they minister 
about it, even the censers, the flesh-hooks, 
and the shovels, and the || basins, all the 
vessels of the altar ; and they shall spread 
upon it a covering of badgers' skins, and put 
to the staves of it. 

15 And when Aaron and his sons have 
made an end of covering the sanctuary, and 
all the vessels of the sanctuary, as the camp 
is to set forward ; after that, ^ the sons of 
Kohath shall come to bear it: '"but they 
shall not touch any holy thing, lest they die. 
"These things are the burden of the sons of 
Kohath in the tabernacle of the congrega- 
tion. 

16 IF And to the office of Eleazar the son 
of Aaron the priest pertaineth °the oil for 
the light, and the p sweet incense, and ithe 
daily meat-offering, and the "^ anointing oil, 
and the oversight of all the tabernacle, and 
of all that therein is, in the sanctuary, and 
in the vessels thereof. 

17 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses 
and unto Aaron, saying, 

18 Cut ye not off the tribe of the families 
of the Kohathites from among the Levites : 

19 But thus do unto them, that they may 
live, and not die, when they approach unto 
Hhe most holy things : Aaron and his sons 
shall go in, and appoint them every one to 
his service and to his burden : 

20 ^ But they shall not go in to see when 
the holy things are covered, lest they die. 

21 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

22 Take also the sum of the sons of Ger- 
shon, throughout the houses of their fathers, 
by their families ; 

23 "From thirty years old and upward 
until fifty years old shalt thou number them ; 
all that enter in fto perform the service, to 
do the work in the tabernacle of the congre- 
gation. 

24 This is the service of the families of 
the Gershonites, to serve, and for ||burdens: 

25 And ^they shall bear the curtains of 
the tabernacle, and the tabernacle of the con- 
gregation, his covering, and the covering of 
the badgers' skins that is above upon it, and 
the hanging for the door of the tabernacle of 
the congregation, 

26 And the hangings of the court, and 
the hanging for the door of the gate of the 
court, which is by the tabernacle and by 
the altar round about, and their cords, and 
all the instruments of their service, and 

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The number a?id charge of the 

all that is made for them : so shall they 
serve. 

27 At the t appointment of Aaron and his 
sons shall be all the service of the sons of 
the Gershonites, in all their burdens, and in 
all their service : and ye shall appoint unto 
them in charge all their burdens. 

28 This is the service of the families of 
the sons of Gershon in the tabernacle of the 
congregation : and their charge shall be under 
the hand of Ithamar the son of Aaron the 
priest. 

29 IT As for the sons of Merari, thou shalt 
number them after their families, by the 
house of their fathers ; 

30 y From thirty years old and upward 
even unto fifty years old shalt thou number 
them, every one that entereth into the t ser- 
vice, to do the work of the tabernacle of the 
congregation. 

31 And Hhis is the charge of their burden, 
according to all their service in the taberna- 
cle of the congregation ; ^ the boards of the 
tabernacle, and the bars thereof, and the pil- 
lars thereof, and sockets thereof, 

32 And the pillars of the court round 
about, and their sockets, and their pins, and 
their cords, with all their instruments, and 
with all their service : and by name ye shall 
''reckon the instruments of the charge of 
their burden. 

33 This is the service of the families of 
the sons of Merari, according to all their ser- 
vice, in the tabernacle of the congregation, 
under the hand of Ithamar the son of Aaron 
the priest. 

34 lI'^And Moses and Aaron and the chief 
of the congregation numbered the sons of the 
Kohathites after their families, and after the 
house of their fathers, 

35 From thirty years old and upward even 
unto fifty years old, every one that entereth 
into the service, for the work in the taberna- 
cle of the congregation : 

36 And those that were numbered of 
them by their families were two thousand 
seven hundred and fifty. 

37 These were they that were numbered of 
the families of the Kohathites, all that might 
do service in the tabernacle of the congre- 
gation, which Moses and Aaron did number 
according to the commandment of the Lord 
by the hand of Moses. 

38 And those that were numbered of 
the sons of Gershon, throughout their fami- 
lies, and by the house of their fathers, 

39 From thirty years old and upward even 
unto fifty years old, every one that entereth 
into the service, for the work in the taberna- 
nacle of the congregation, 

R 



CHAP. V. 



Before 


Bc'bro 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1490. 


14U0. 


t rieb. 
mouUi. 






d vor. 22. 


y ver. 3. 




t Heb. 
warfare. 




z ch. 3. 36, 
37. 




a Exorl. 26. 
15. 






e ver. 29. 


b Exod. 38. 
21. 






f ver. 3, 23, 
30. 


c ver. 2. 






f ver. 15, 
24, 31. 




h ver. 1, 21. 




n Lev. 13. 3, 
40. &cli. 12. 
14. 

b Lev. 15. 2. 
r. Lev. 21. 1. 
ch. 9. fi. 10. 
& 19. IL 13. 
& 31. 19. 




d Lev. 26. 

11, 12. 

2 Cor. 6. 16. 



Kohathites, Gcr.shoii'tcs, and Merarlies. 

40 Even those that were numbered of 
them, throughout their families, by the 
house of their fathers, were two thousand 
and si.\ hundred and thirty. 

41 •'These are they that were numbered 
of the families of the sons of Gershon, of all 
that might do service in the tabernacle of the 
congregation, whom Moses and Aaron did 
number according to the commandment of 
the Lord. 

42 IF And those that were numbered of 
the families of the sons of Merari, through- 
out their families, by the house of their 
fathers, 

43 From thirty years old and upward 
even unto fifty years old, every one that en- 
tereth into the service, for the work in the 
tabernacle of the congregation, 

44 Even those that were numbered of 
them after their families, were three thou- 
sand and two hundred. 

45 These be those that were numbered of 
the families of the sons of Merari, whom 
Moses and Aaron numbered ^ according to 
the word of the Lord by the hand of 
Moses. 

46 All those that were numbered of the 
Levites, whom Moses and Aaron and the 
chief of Israel numbered, after their families, 
and after the house of their fathers, 

47 ^From thirty years old and upward 
even unto fifty years old, every one that came 
to do the service of the ministry, and the ser- 
vice of the burden in the tabernacle of the 
congregation, 

48 Even those that were numbered of 
them, were eight thousand and five hundred 
and fourscore. 

49 According to the commandment of the 
Lord they were numbered by the hand ol 
Moses, s every one according to his service, 
and according to his burden : thus were they 
numbered of him, ''as the Lord commanded 
Moses. 



CHAP. V. 



1 The unclean are removed out of the camp. 5 Restitu- 
tion is to be viade in trespasses. 11 The trial of 
jealousy. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ings 

2 Command the children of Israel, that 

they put out of the camp every ''leper, and 
every one that hath an ''issue, and whosoever 
is defiled by the "^dead : 

3 Both male and female shall ye put out, 
without the camp shall ye put them ; that 
they defile not their camps, ''in the midst 
whereof I dwell. 

4 And the children of Israel did so, and 
put them out without the camp: as the 

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7'Ae trial 

Lord spake unto Moses, so did the children 
of Israel. 

5 If And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

6 Speak unto the children of Israel, ''When 
a man or woman shall commit any sin that 
men commit, to do a trespass against the 
Lord, and that person be guilty ; 

7 ''Then they shall confess their sin which 
they have done : and he shall recompense his 
trespass swith the principal thereof, and add 
unto it the fifth part thereof, and give it unto 
him against whom he hath trespassed. 

8 13ut if the man have no kinsman to 
recompense the trespass unto, let the tres- 
pass be recompensed unto the Lord, even 
to the priest ; besides ^the ram of the atone- 
ment, whereby an atonement shall be made 
for him. 

9 And every [| ' offering of all the holy 
things of the children of Israel, which they 
bring unto the priest, shall be his. 

10 And every man's hallowed things shall 
be his: whatsocverany man giveth the priest, 
it shall be ''his. 

11 H And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying,^ 

12 Speak unto the children of Israel, and 
say unto them, If any man's wife go aside, 
and commit a trespass against him, 

13 And a man 'lie with her carnally, and 
it be hid from the eyes of her husband, and 
be kept close, and she be defiled, and there 
be no witness against her, neither she be 
taken with the manner ; 

14 And the spirit of jealousy come upon 
him, and he be jealous of his wife, and she 
be defiled : or if the spirit of jealousy come 
upon him, and he be jealous of his wife, and 
she be not defiled : 

15 Then shall the man bring his wife unto 
the priest, and he shall bring her offering for 
her, the tenth part of an ephah of barley- 
meal ; he shall pour no oil upon it, nor put 
frankincense thereon ; for it is an offering of 
jealousy, an offering of memorial, '"bringing 
miquity to remembrance. 

16 And the priest shall bring her near, 
and set her before the Lord : 

17 And the priest shall take holy water in 
an earthen vessel ; and of the dust that is in 
the floor of the tabernacle the priest shall 
take, and put it into the water : 

18 And the priest shall set the woman 
before the Lord, and uncover the woman's 
head, and put the offering of memorial in her 
hands, which is the jealousy-offering: and 
the priest shall have in his hand the bitter 
water that causeth the curse : 

19 And the priest shall charge her by an 



NUMBERS. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


14P0. 


1490. 




11 Or, being 




in the power 




of thy hus- 




band. 




Kom. 7. 2. 


e Lev. 6. 2, 


t Heb. 


3. 


under thy 




husband. 


fLpv. .5.5. 




& 2(). 40. 




Josh. 7. 19. 


n Josh. 6. 




26. 


g Lev. 6. 5. 


1 Sam. 14. 
24. 




Neh. 10.29. 




o Jer.29.22. 




t Heb. fall. 


Ii Lev. fi. 6, 


p Ps. 109. 18. 


7. & 7. 7. 






q Deut. 27. 
15. 


II Or, heave- 




offrri-ns. 




i Exod. 29. 




'J8. 




Lev. fi. 17, 




18, 2(i. & 7. 




(>, 7, 9, 10, 




14. 




<■!,. 18. 8, 9, 




19. 




Deut. 18. 3, 




4. 




Ezek.44.29, 




30. 




k Lev. 10. 




13. 






r Lev. 8. 27. 


1 Lev. 18.20. 


s Lev 2. 2. 
9 




1 Deut. 28. 




37. 




Ps. 83. 9.11. 




Jcr. 24. 9. & 




29. 18, 22. & 




42. IS. 




Zech. 8. 13. 


m 1 Kings 

n. 18. 




Ezek. 29. 16 


u ver. 19. 




.\ Lev. 20. 




17, 19, 20. 



of jealousy. 

oath, and say unto the woman, If no man 
have lain with thee, and if thou hast not 
gone aside to nncleanness || t with another 
instead of thy husband, be thou free from 
this bitter water that causeth the curse : 

20 But if thou hast gone aside to another 
instead of thy husband, and if thou be defiled, 
and some man have lain with thee besides 
thy husband : 

21 Then the priest shall "charge the wo- 
man with an oath of cursing, and the priest 
shall say unto the woman, « The Lord make 
thee a curse and an oath among thy people, 
when the Lord doth make thy thigh to 
t rot, and thy belly to swell ; 

22 And this water that causeth the curse 
p shall go into thy bowels, to make thy belly 
to swell, and thy thigh to rot. i And the 
woman shall say. Amen, amen. 

23 And the priest shall write these curses 
in a book, and he shall blot them out with 
the bitter water : 

24 And he shall cause the woman to drink 
the bitter water that causeth the curse : and 
the water that causeth the curse shall enter 
into her, and become bitter. 

25 Then the priest shall take the jealousy- 
ofiering out of the woman's hand, and shall 
■^wave the offering before the Lord, and 
offer it upon the altar : 

26 ^ And the priest shall take an handful of 
the offering, even the memorial thereof, and 
burn it upon the altar, and afterward shall 
cause the woman to drink the water. 

27 And when he hath made her to drink 
the water, then it shall come to pass, that, if 
she be defiled, and have done trespass against 
her husband, that the water that causeth the 
curse shall enter into her, and become bitter, 
and her belly shall swell, and her thigh shall 
rot : and the woman * shall be a curse among 
her people. 

28 And if the woman be not defiled, but 
be clean ; then she shall be free, and shall 
conceive seed. 

29 This is the law of jealousies, when a 
wife goeth aside to another " instead of her 
husband, and is defiled ; 

30 Or when the spirit of jealousy cometh 
upon him, and he be jealous over his wife, 
and shall set the woman before the Lord, and 
the priest shall execute upon her all this law. 

31 Then shall the man be guihless from 
iniquity, and this woman ^ shall bear her 
iniquity. 

CHAP. VL 

1 The law of the Nazariles. 22 The form of blessing 

the people. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ings 

130 



The law of the Nazarites. 

2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and 
say unto them, When either man or woman 
shall II '' separate themselves to vow a vow of 
a Nazarite, to separate themselves unto the 
Lord : 

3 ''He shall separate himself from wine 
and strong drink, and shall drink no vinegar 
of wine, or vinegar of strong drink, neither 
shall he drink any liquor of grapes, nor eat 
moist grapes, or dried. 

4 All the days of his || separation shall he 
eat nothing that is made of the t vine-tree, 
from the kernels even to the husk. 

5 All the days of the vow of his separation 
there shall no <= razor come upon his head: 
until the days be fulfilled, in the which he 
separateth himself unto the Lord, he shall 
be holy, a?id shall let the locks of the hair of 
his head grow. 

6 All the days that he separateth himself 
unto the Lord, ^he shall come at no dead 
body. 

7 *' He shall not make himself unclean for 
his father, or for his mother, for his brother, 
or for his sister, when they die : because 
the t consecration of his God is upon his 
head. 

8 All the days of his separation he is holy 
unto the Lord. 

9 And if any man die very suddenly by 
him, and he hath defiled the head of his 
consecration ; then he shall ^ shave his head 
in the day of his cleansing, on the seventh 
day shall he shave it. 

10 And s on the eighth day he shall bring 
two turtles, or two young pigeons, to the 
priest, to the door of the tabernacle of the 
congregation : 

11 And the priest shall offer the one for 
a sin-offering, and the other for a burnt- 
offering, and make an atonement for him, 
for that he sinned by the dead, and shall 
hallow his head that same day. 

12 And he shall consecrate unto the 
Lord the days of his separation, and shall 
bring a lamb of the first year '^for a trespass- 
offering : but the days that were before shall 
t be lost, because his separation was defiled. 

13 II And this is the law of the Nazarite : 
'When the days of his separation are fulfilled, 
he shall be brought unto the door of the 
tabernacle of the congregation : 

14 And he shall offer his offering unto 
the Lord, one he-lamb of the first year 
without blemish for a burnt-offering, and one 
ewe-lamb of the first year without blemish 
■"for a sin-oftering, and one ram without 
blemish ^for peace-offerings, 

15 And a basket of unleavened bread, 
'"cakes of fine flour mingled with oil, and 



CHAP. vn. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



II Or, make 
tliemselves 
J^tiznritfs. 
n Lev. 27. 2. 
Judg. 13. .5. 
Acts 21. 23. 
Rom. 1. 1. 

b Amos 2. 

12. 

Luke 1. 15. 



II Or, JVaza- 
rilisliip. 
t Hcb. I'ine 
of the wine. 



c Jiidff. 13. 
.5. & 16. 17. 
1 Sum. 1, U. 



d Lev. 21. 

IJ. 

ch. 19. 11, 

16. 

e Lev. 21. 1, 
1 11. 
en. 9. 6. 



t Heb. 
separation. 



f Arts 18. 
18. &2L24. 



s Lev. 5. 7. 
& 14. 22. & 
15. 14, 29. 



Ii Lev. 6. 6. 



t Heb./fl«. 



i Acts 21. 
26. 



k Lev, 4.2, 

27, 32. 

I Lev. 3. 6. 



m Lev. 2. 4. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

n Exod. 29. 

2. 

o ch. 15. 5, 

7, 10. 



U 



Acts 21. 



1 Sam. 2. 



r Exod. 29. 
23, 24. 



s Exod. 29. 

27, 28. 



t Lev. 9. 22. 

1 Cliron. 23. 
13. 



u Ps. 121. 7. 
Jolm 17. 11. 



w Ps. 31. 16. 

& 67. 1. & 

80. 3, 7, 19. 

fc 119. 13.^. 

Dan. 9. 17. 

X Gen. 43. 

29. 

y Ps. 4. 6. 

7.J,.h. 14.27. 

2 Thess. 3. 

16. 

a Dout. 28. 

10. 

2 Chron. 7. 

14. 

Isai. 43. 7. 

Pan. 9. 18, 

19. 

b Ps. 115. 12. 



a Exod. 40. 

18. 

Lev. 8. 10, 

11. 



b ch. L 4, 

&c. 



The form of blessing the people. 

wafers of unleavened bread "anointed with 
oil, and their meat-oftering and their "drink- 
ofierings. 

16 And the priest shall bring them before 
the Lord, and shall offer his sin-offering, 
and his burnt-offering : 

17 And he shall offer the ram ybr a sacri- 
fice of peace-offerings unto the Lord, with 
the basket of unleavened bread : the priest 
shall offer also his meat-offering, and his 
drink-oflering. 

18 p And the Nazarite shall shave the head 
of his separation at the door of the taberna- 
cle of the congregation, and shall take the 
hair of the head of his separation, and put it 
in the fire which is under the sacrifice of the 
peace-offerings. 

19 And the priest shall take the i sodden 
shoulder of the ram, and one unleavened cake 
out of the basket, and one unleavened wafer, 
and ^shall put them upon the hands of the 
Nazarite, after the hair of his separation is 
shaven : 

20 And the priest shall wave them for a 
wave-offering before the Lord : nhis is holy 
for the priest,with the wave-breast, and heave- 
shoulder : and after that, the Nazarite may 
drink wine. 

21 This is the law of the Nazarite who 
hath vowed, and of his offering unto the 
Lord for his separation, besides that that 
his hand shall get : according to the vow 
which he vowed, so he must do after the law 
of his separation. 

22 IT And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

23 Speak unto Aaron and imto his sons, 
saying, On this wise * ye shall bless the chil- 
dren of Israel, saying unto them, 

24 The Lord bless thee, and " keep 
thee : 

25 The Lord ^make his face shine upon 
thee, and ''be gracious unto thee : 

26 yThe Lord lift up his countenance 
upon thee, and ^give thee peace. 

27 ''And they shall put my name upon the 
children of Israel, and ^I will bless them. 

CHAP. VII. 

1 The offering of the princes at the dedication of the 
tabernacle. 1 Their several offerings at the dedica- 
tion of the altar. 89 God speaketh to Moses from 
the mercy-seat. 

AND it came to pass on the day that 
Moses had fully ''set up the tabernacle, 
and had anointed it, and sanctified it, and all 
the instruments thereof, both the altar and all 
the vessels thereof, and had anointed them, 
and sanctified them ; 

2 That ''the princes of Israel, heads of 
the house of their fathers, who were the 

131 



l.^h,e several offerings 

princes of the tribes, fand were over them 
that were numbered, offered : 

3 And they brought their offering before 
the Lord, six covered wagons, and twelve 
oxen ; a wagon for two of the princes, and 
for each one an ox : and they brought them 
before the tabernacle. 

4 And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

5 Take it of them, that they may be to do 
the service of the tabernacle of the congre- 
gation; and thou shalt give them unto the 
Levites, to every man according to his ser- 
vice. 

6 And Moses took the wagons and the 
oxen, and gave them unto the Levites : 

7 Two wagons and four oxen *=he gave 
unto the sons of Gershon, according to their 
service : 

8 '^And four wagons and eight oxen he 
gave unto the sons of Merari, according 
unto their service, * under the hand of Itha- 
mar the son of Aaron the priest. 

9 But unto the sons of Kohath he gave 
none : because '"the service of the sanctuary 
belonging unto them swas that they should 
bear upon their shoulders. 

10 If And the princes offered for '* dedi- 
cating of the altar in the day that it was 
anointed, even the princes offered their 
offering before the altar. 

1 1 And the Lord said unto Moses, They 
shall offer their offering, each prince on his 
day, for the dedicating of the altar. 

12 IT And he that offered his offering the 
first day was ' Nahshon the son of Ammina- 
dab, of the tribe of Judah : 

13 And his offering z^jas one silver charger, 
the weight whereof w«,9 an hundred and thirty 
shekels, one silver bowl of seventy shekels, 
after '^the shekel of the sanctuary; both of 
them were full of fine flour mingled with oil 
for a 'meat-offering : 

14 One spoon of ten shekels of gold, full 
of '"incense : 

15 "One young bullock, one ram, one lamb 
of the first year, for a burnt-offering : 

16 One kid of the goats for a "sin-offering: 

17 And for Pa sacrifice of peace-offerings, 
two oxen, five rams, five he-goats, five lambs 
of the first year: this was the offering of 
Nahshon the son of Amminadab. 

18 H On the second day Nethaneel the son 
of Zuar, prince of Issachar, did offer: 

19 He offered for his offering one silver 
charger, the weight whereof w<25 an hundred 
and thirty shekels, one silver bowl of seventy 
shekels, after the shekel of the sanctuary; 
both of them full of fine flour mingled with 
oil for arneat-oflering: 



NUMBERS. 



Before 


1 Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1490. 


1490. 


t Ileb. 
who stood. 




c ch.4. 25. 




d ch. 4. 31. 




e ch. 4. 28. 
33. 




f ch. 4. 15. 




g ch.4. 6, 8, 
10, 12, 14. 
2 Sam. b. 13. 




h See Deut. 
20. 5. 

1 Kings 8. 
63. 

2 Chron. 7. 
5. 9. 

Ezra 6. 16. 
Neh. 12.27. 
Ps.-JO, title. 






i ch. 2. 3. 




k Exod. 30. 
13. 




■ Lev. 2.1. 




m E.xod. 30. 
34. 




n Lev. 1.2. 




Lev. 4. 23. 




p Lev. 3. 1. 




■ 





oj" the princes 

20 One spoon of gold of ten shekels, full 
of incense: 

21 One young bullock, one ram, one lamb 
of the first year, for a burnt-offering : 

22 One kid of the goats for a sin-offering : 

23 And for a sacrifice of peace-offerings, 
two oxen, five rams, five he-goats, five lambs 
of the first year: this was the offering of 
Nethaneel the son of Zuar. 

24 H On the third day Eliab the son of 
Helon, prince of the children of Zebulun, 
did offer: 

25 His offering was one silver charger, 
the weight whereofwrt^ an hundred and thirty 
shekels, one silver bowl of seventy shekels, 
after the shekel of the sanctuary; both of 
them full of fine flour mingled with oil for a 
meat-offering : 

26 One golden spoon of ten shekels, full 
of incense : 

27 One young bullock, one ram, one lamb 
of the first year, for a burnt-oftering : 

28 One kid of the goats for a sin-oftering : 

29 And for a sacrifice of peace-oft'erings, 
two oxen, five rams, five he-goats, five lambs 
of the first year : this was the offering of 
Eliab the son of Helon. 

30 ^ On the fourth day Elizur the son of 
Shedeur, prince of the children of Reuben, 
did offer: 

31 His offering was one silver charger, of 
the weight of an hundred and thirty sJiekels, 
one silver bowl of seventy shekels, after the 
shekel of the sanctuary ; both of them full 
of fine flour mingled with oil for a meat- 
offering : 

32 One golden spoon of ten shekels, full 
of incense : 

33 One young bullock, one ram, one lamb 
of the first year, for a burnt-offering : 

34 One kid of the goats for a sin-offering: 

35 And for a sacrifice of peace-offerings, 
two oxen, five rams, five he-goats, five lambs 
of the first year : this was the offering of 
Elizur the son of Shedeur. 

36 II On the fifth day Shelumiel the son 
of Zurishaddai, prince of the children of 
Simeon, did offer: 

37 His offering was one silver charger, 
the M^eight whereofw«.?anhundred and thirty 
shekels, one silver bowl of seventy shekels, 
after the shekel of the sanctuary; both of 
them full of fine flour mingled with oil for 
a meat-offering : 

38 One golden spoon of ten shekels, full 
of incense: 

39 One young bullock, one ram, one lamb 
of the first year, for a burnt-oflering : 

40 One kid of the goats for a sin-offering : 

41 And for a sacrifice of peace-offerings, 

1,32 



at the dedication of the 

two oxen, five rams, five he-goats, five lambs 
of the first year : this was the oflering of 
Shelumiel the son of Zurishaddai. 

42 1[On the sixth day Ehasaph the son 
of Deuel, prince of the children of Gad, 
offered : 

43 His offering was one silver charger, of 
the weight of an hundred and thirty shekels, 
a silver bowl of seventy shekels, after the 
shekel of the sanctuary ; both of them full 
of fine flour mingled with oil for a meat- 
offering : 

44 One golden spoon of ten shekeh, full 
of incense : 

45 One young bullock, one ram, one lamb 
of the first year, for a burnt-offering : 

46 One kid of the goats for a sin-ofiering : 

47 And for a sacrifice of peace-offerings, 
two oxen, five rams, five he-goats, five lambs 
of the first year : this was the offering of 
Eliasaph the son of Deuel. 

48 ilOn the seventh day Elishama the 
son of Ammihud, prince of the children of 
Ephraim, offered : 

49 His offering was one silver charger, 
the weight whereof was an hundred and 
thirty shekels, one silver bowl of seventy 
shekels, after the shekel of the sanctuary ; 
both of them full of fine flour mingled with 
oil for a meat-offering : 

50 One golden spoon of ten shekels, full 
of incense : 

51 One young bullock, one ram, one lamb 
of the first year, for a burnt-offering : 

52 One kid of the goats for a sin-offering : 

53 And for a sacrifice of peace-offerings, 
two oxen, five rams, five he-goats, five lambs 
of the first year : this was the offering of 
Elishama the son of Ammihud. 

54 II On the eighth day offered Gamaliel 
the son of Pedahzur, prince of the children 
of Manasseh : 

55 His offering was one silver charger, of 
the weight of an hundred and thirty shekels, 
one silver bowl of seventy shekels, after the 
shekel of the sanctuary ; both of them full 
of fine flour mingled with oil for a meat- 
offering : 

56 One golden spoon of ten shekels, full 
of incense : 

57 One young bullock, one ram, one lamb 
of the first year, for a burnt-offering : 

58 One kid of the goats for a sin-offering : 

59 And for a sacrifice of peace-ofterings, 
two oxen, five rams, five he-goats, five lambs 
of the first year : this was the offering of 
Gamaliel the son of Pedahzur. 

60 H On the ninth day Abidan the son of 
Gideoni, prince of the children of Benjamin, 
offered : 



c H A P. vn. 



Belbre 

CHlllST 

1490. 



Belore 
CHRIST 

J4"J0. 



tabernacle and altar. 

61 His offering was one silver charger, 
the weight whereof was an hundred and 
thirty shekels, one silver bowl of seventy 
shekels, after the shekel of the sanctuary ; 
both of them full of fine flour mingled with 
oil for a meat-offering : 

62 One golden spoon of ten shekels, full 
of incense : 

63 One young bullock, one ram, one lamb 
of the first year, for a burnt-offering : 

64 One kid of the goats for a sin-offering : 

65 And for a sacrifice of peace-offerings, 
two oxen, five rams, five he-goats, five lambs 
of the first year: this was the offering of 
Abidan the son of Gideoni. 

66 H On the tenth day Ahiezer the son 
of Ammishaddai, prince of the children of 
Dan, offered : 

67 His offering was one silver charger, 
the weight whereof was an hundred and 
thirty shekels, one silver bowl of seventy 
shekels, after the shekel of the sanctuary ; 
both of them full of fine flour mingled with 
oil for a meat offering : 

68 One golden spoon of ten shekels, full 
of incense : 

69 One young bullock, one ram, one lamb 
of the first year, for a burnt-offering : 

70 One kid of the goats for a sin-offer- 
ing : 

71 And for a sacrifice of peace-offerings, 
two oxen, five rams, five he-goats, five lambs 
of the first year : this was the oflering of 
Ahiezer the son of Ammishaddai. 

72 H On the eleventh day Pagiel the son 
of Ocran, prince of the children of Asher, 
offered : 

73 His offering was one silver charger, 
the weight whereof?z;<25 an hundred and thirty 
shekels, one silver bowl of seventy shekels, 
after the shekel of the sanctuary ; both of 
them full of fine flour mingled with oil for 
a meat-offering : 

74 One golden spoon of ten shekels, full 
of incense : 

75 One young bullock, one ram, one lamb 
of the first year, for a burnt-offering : 

76 One kid of the goats for a sin-offer- 
ing: 

77 And for a sacrifice of peace-offerings, 
two oxen, five rams, five he-goats, five lambs 
of the first year : this was the oflering of 
Pagiel the son of Ocran. 

78 HOn the twelfth day Ahira the son of 
Enan, prince of the children of Naphtali, 
offered : 

79 His offering was one silver charger, 
the weight whereof 7vas an hundred and 
thirty shekels, one silver bowl of seventy 
shekels, after the shekel of the sanctuary ; 

133 



How the lamps are to he lighted. 

both of them full of fine flour mingled with 
oil for a meat-ofiering : 

80 One golden spoon of ten shekels^ full 
of incense : 

81 One young bullock, one ram, one lamb 
of the first year, for a burnt-offering : 

82 One kid of the goats for a sin-offering : 

83 And for a sacrifice of peace-offerings, 
two oxen, five rams, five he-goats, five lambs 
of the first year : this was the off*ering of 
Ahira the son of Enan. 

84 This was the dedication of the altar 
(in the day when it was anointed) by the 
princes of Israel : twelve chargers of silver, 
twelve silver boAvls, twelve spoons of gold : 

85 Each charger of silver weighing an 
hundred and thirty shekels, each bowl seven- 
ty : all the silver vessels weighed two thou- 
sand and four hundred shekels, after the 
shekel of the sanctuary : 

86 The golden spoons wet-e twelve, full 
of incense, weighing ten shekels apiece, after 
the shekel of the sanctuary : all the gold 
of the spoons ivas an hundred and twenty 
shekels. 

87 All the oxen for the burnt-offering 
were twelve bullocks, the rams twelve, the 
lambs of the first year twelve, with their 
meat-offering : and the kids of the goats 
for sin-offering, twelve. 

88 And all the oxen for the sacrifice of 
the peace-oflTerings were twenty and four 
bullocks, the rams sixty, the he-goats sixty, 
the lambs of the first year sixty. This was 
the dedication of the altar, after that it was 
'I anointed. 

89 And when Moses was gone into the 
tabernacle of the congregation ""to speak with 
II him, then he heard nhe voice of one speak- 
ing unto him from off the mercy-seat that was 
upon the ark of testimony, from between the 
two cherubims : and he spake unto him. 

CHAP. VIII. 

1 Ho2v the lamps are to be lighted. 5 The consecration 
of the Levites. 23 The age and time of their service. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ings 

2 Speak unto Aaron, and say unto him. 
When thou ''lightest the lamps, the seven 
lamps shall give light over against the can- 
dlestick. 

3 And Aaron did so ; he lighted the 
lamps thereof over against the candlestick, 
as the Lord commanded Moses. 

4 ^And this work of the candlestick was 
of beaten gold, unto the shaft thereof, unto 
the flowers thereof, was *= beaten work : ^ ac- 
cording unto the pattern which the Lord had 
shewed Moses, so he made the candlestick. 



NUMBERS. 



The consecration of the Levites. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



q ver. 1. 



r ch. 12. P. 

V.xoA. 33. 9, 

11. 

II That is, 

nod. 

s E.xod. 25. 

22. 



a Exod. 
37. & 40, 



25. 
.25. 



h Exod. 
.31. 



c Exod. 

18. 

d Exod. 

40. 



25. 

25. 
25. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



e ch. 19. y, 
17, 18. 
t llcb. 
let tlicm 
cauxe a ra- 
zor to pass 
ovrr, (J-c. 
r Lev. 14. 8, 
9. 



g Lev. 2. 1. 



h See E.vod. 

29. 4. & 40. 

12. 

i Lev. 8. 3. 



k Lev. 1. 4. 

t Hcb. 

wave. 

T Heb. wnve- 

ojfrring. 

t Heb. 

they may he 

to execute, 

1 Exod. 29. 
10. 



m ch. 3. 45. 
& 16. 9. 



n ver. 11, 
13. 



o ch. 3. 12, 
45. 



p Exod. 13. 
2, 12. 13, 1.5. 
ch. 3. 13. 
Luke 2. 23. 



q ch. 3. 9. 
fi\e\>. given. 



r ch. 1. .53. 
& 16. 46. 
& 18. .5. 
2 Chron. 26. 
16. 



5 IT And the 



Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

6 Take the Levites from among the chil- 
dren of Israel, and cleanse them. 

7 And thus shalt thou do unto them, to 
cleanse them : Sprinkle ^ water of purifying 
upon them, and f^let them shave all their 
flesh, and let them wash their clothes, and so 
make themselves clean. 

8 Then let them take a young bullock 
with §^his meat-offering, even fine flour min- 
gled with oil, and another young bullock 
shalt thou take for a sin-offering. 

9 '"And thou shalt bring the Levites be- 
fore the tabernacle of the congregation : 'and 
thou shalt gather the whole assembly of the 
children of Israel together : 

10 And thou shalt bring the Levites be- 
fore the Lord : and the children of Israel 
''shall put their hands upon the Levites : 

11 And Aaron shall f offer the Levites 
before the Lord for an t offering of the 
children of Israel, that f they may execute 
the service of the Lord. 

12 'And the Levites shall lay their hands 
upon the heads of the bullocks : and thou 
shalt offer the one for a sin-offering, and the 
other for a burnt-offering, unto the Lord, 
to make an atonement for the Levites. 

13 And thou shalt set the Levites before 
Aaron, and before his sons, and offer them 
for an offering unto the Lord. 

14 Thus shalt thou separate the Levites 
from among the children of Israel : and the 
Levites shall be ""mine. 

15 And after that shall the Levites go in 
to do the service of the tabernacle of the 
congregation : and thou shalt cleanse them, 
and "off(er them, for an offering. 

16 For they are wholly given unto me 
from among the children of Israel ; "instead 
of such as open every womb, even instead 
of the first-born of all the children of Israel, 
have I taken them unto me. 

17 PFor all the first-born of the children 
of Israel are mine, both man and beast: on 
the day that I smote every first-born in the 
land of Egypt I sanctified them for myself. 

18 And I have taken the Levites for all 
the first-born of the children of Israel. 

19 And il have given the Levites a5 fa- 
gift to Aaron and to his sons from among 
the children of Israel, to do the service of 
the children of Israel in the tabernacle of 
the congregation, and to make an atone- 
ment for the children of Israel : ""that there 
be no plague among the children of Israel, 
when the children of Israel come nigh unto 
the sanctuary. 

20 And Moses, and Aaron, and all the con- 

134 



The passover is 

gregalion of the children of Israel, did to the 
Levites according unto all that the Lord 
commanded Moses concerning the Levites, 
so did the children of Israel unto them. 

21 *And the Levites were purified, and 
they washed their clothes; 'and Aaron of- 
fered them as an offering before the Lord ; 
and Aaron made an atonement for them to 
cleanse them. 

22 "And after that went the Levites in 
to do their service in the tabernacle of the 
congregation before Aaron, and before his 
sons : "" as the Lord had commanded Moses 
concerning the Levites, so did they unto 
them. 

23 If And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

24 This is it that helongeth unto the Le- 
vites : y From twenty and five years old and 
upward they shall go in t to wait upon the 
service of the tabernacle of the congregation : 

25 And from the age of fifty years they 
shall t cease waiting upon the service thereof^ 
and shall serve no more : 

26 But shall minister with their brethren 
in the tabernacle of the congregation, Ho 
keep the charge, and shall do no service. 
Thus shalt thou do unto the Levites touch- 
ing their charge. 

CHAP. IX. 

1 The passover is commanded again. 6 A second pass- 
over allowed for them that loere unclean or absent. 
15 The cloud guideth the removings and encampings 
of the Israelites. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses in the 
wilderness of Sinai, in the first month 
of the second year after they were come out 
of the land of Egypt, saying, 

2 Let the children of Israel also keep 
*the passover at his appointed season. 

3 In the fourteenth day of this month, 
t at even, ye shall keep it in his appointed 
season : according to all the rites of it, and 
according to all the ceremonies thereof, shall 
ye keep it. 

4 And Moses spake unto the children of 
Israel, that they should keep the passover. 

5 And ''they kept the passover on the 
fourteenth day of the first month at even in 
the wilderness of Sinai : according to all that 
the Lord commanded Moses, so did the 
children of Israel. 

6 IT And there were certain men, who 
were *= defiled by the dead body of a man, 
that they could not keep the passover on 
that day: ^ and they came before Moses and 
before Aaron on that day : 

7 And those men said unto him. We are 
defiled by the dead body of a man : wherefore 
are we kept back, that we may not offer 



CHAP. IX. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



s vcr. 7. 
t vcr. 11, 12. 



u vcr. 15. 



X vcr. 5, &c. 



y See ch. 4. 
3. 

1 Chron. 23. 
3, 24, 27. 
t Hc-b. 
to icar the 
loarfare of, 
<S-c. 

1 Tim. 1. 18. 
t Heb. 
return from 
the warfare 
of the ser- 
vice. 



z ch. 1. 53. 



a Kxod. 12. 
1, &r. 
I.sv. 23. 5. 
rli. 28. 16. 
Oeut. IG. 1, 

t'Heb. 
hrtwcm the 
two even- 
ings. 
E.xod. 12. 6. 



b Josh. 
10. 



c ch. 5. 2. 
&19. 11,16. 
See John 18. 

28. 

d E.xod. 18. 
15, 19, 20. 
ch. 27. 2. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



ch. 27. 5. 



f 2 Cliroii. 
30. 2, 15. 
g Exod. 12. 



h Exod. 12. 

10. 

i Exod. 12. 

46. 

John 19. 36. 

k Exod. 12. 

43. 



1 Gen. 17. 

14. 

Exod. 12. 15. 



m ver. 7. 
n ch. 5. 31. 



o Exod. 12. 
49. 



p Exod. 40. 
34. 

Neb. 9. 12, 
19. 

Ps. 78. 14. 
1490. 

q Exod. 13. 
21. & 40. 38. 



r Exod. 40. 

36. 

ch. 10. 11, 

33, 34. 

Ps. 80. 1. 



B 1 Cor. 10. 
1. 



t Heb. 
prolonged. 



t ch. 1. 53. 

&3. 8. 



commanded again, 

an offering of the Lord in his appointed sea- 
son among the children of Israel ? 

8 And Moses said unto them. Stand still, 
and ^=1 will hear what the Lord will com- 
mand concerning you. 

9 II And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

10 Speak unto the children of Israel, say- 
ing, If any man of you or of your posterity 
shall be unclean by reason of a dead body, 
or he in a journey afar oflT, yet he shall keep 
the passover unto the Lord. 

11 ^Tlie fourteenth day of the second 
month at even they shall keep it, and & eat it 
with unleavened bread and bitter herbs. 

12 '^They shall leave none of it unto the 
morning, 'nor break any bone of it: ''ac- 
cording to all the ordinances of the passover 
they shall keep it. 

13 But the man that is clean, and is not 



m a journey, 



passover, even 



and forbeareth to 
the same soul 



keep the 
'shall be 



cut off" from among his people: because he 
■"brought not the offering of the Lord in his 
appointed season, that man shall " bear his 
sin. 

14 And if a stranger shall sojourn among 
you, and will keep the passover unto the 
Lord ; according to the ordinance of the 
passover, and according to the manner 
thereof, so shall he do : ° ye shall have one 
ordinance both for the stranger, and for him 
that was born in the land. 

15 II And Pon the day that the tabernacle 
was reared up, the cloud covered the taber- 
nacle, namely, the tent of the testimony : 
and 1 at even there was upon the tabernacle 
as it were the appearance of fire, until the 
morning. 

16 So it was always : the cloud covered 
it hy day., and the appearance of fire by night. 

17 And when the cloud "■ was taken up 
from the tabernacle, then after that the 
children of Israel journeyed : and in the 
place where the cloud abode, there the 
children of Israel pitched their tents. 

18 At the commandment of the Lord 
the children of Israel journeyed, and at the 
commandment of the Lord they pitched : 
^ as long as the cloud abode upon the taber- 
nacle they rested in their tents. 

19 And when the cloud f tarried long 
upon the tabernacle many days, then the 
children of Israel 'kept the charge of the 
Lord, and journeyed not. 

20 And so it was, when the cloud was a 
few days upon the tabernacle ; according 
to the commandment of the Lord they 
abode in their tents, and according to the 
commandment of the Lord they journeyed. 

135 



The use of the silver trumpets, 

21 And so it was, when the cloud f abode 
from even unto t'ue morning, and that the 
cloud was taken up in the morning, then 
they journeyed : whether it was by day or 
by night that the cloud was taken up, they 
journeyed. 

22 Or whether it were two days, or a 
month, or a year, that the cloud tarried 
upon the tabernacle, remaining thereon, the 
children of Israel "abode in their tents, and 
journeyed not : but when it was taken up, 
they journeyed. 

23 At the commandment of the Lord 
they rested in their tents, and at the com- 
mandment of the Lord they journeyed : 
they "" kept the charge of the Lord, at the 
commandment of the Lord by the hand of 
Moses. 

CHAP. X. 

1 The use of the silver trumpets. 11 T?ie Israelites 
remove from Sinai to Par an. 14 The order of their 
march. 29 Hobab is entreated by Moses not to leave 
them. 33 The blessing of Moses at the removing and 
resting of the ark. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ing. 

2 Make thee two trumpets of silver ; of 

an whole piece shalt thou make them: that 
thou mayest use them for the =" calling of the 
assembly, and for the journeying of the 
camps. 

3 And when ^they shall blow with them, 
all the assembly shall assemble themselves 
to thee at the door of the tabernacle of 
the congregation. 

4 And if they blow hut with one trumpet .^ 
then the princes, which are ''heads of the 
thousands of Israel, shall gather themselves 
unto thee. 

5 When ye blow an alarm, then ' the camps 
that lie on the east parts shall go forward. 

6 When ye blow an alarm the second time, 
then the camps that lie ^on the south side 
shall take their journey : they shall blow an 
alarm for their journeys. 

7 But when the congregation is to be 
gathered together, ^ye shall blow, but ye 
shall not ? sound an alarm. 

8 ^And the sons of Aaron, the priests, 
shall blow with the trumpets ; and they 
shall be to you for an ordinance for ever 
throughout your generations. 

9 And ' if ye go to war in your land against 
the enemy that ^ oppresseth you, then ye 
shall blow an alarm with the trumpets ; and 
ye shall be • remembered before the Lord 
your God, and ye shall be saved from your 
enemies. 

10 Also ™in the day of your gladness, and 
in your solemn days, and in the beginnings 



NUMBERS. 



Bnfore 

CHRIST 

1490. 



t Hcb. was. 



u Exod. 40. 
3C, 37. 



X ver. 19. 



a leai. 1. 1.3. 



I) Jcr. 4. 5. 
Joel 2. 15. 



c Exod. 18. 

21. 

ch. 1. 10. &. 

7.2. 



(I cli. 2. 3. 



e cli. 2. 10. 



f vcr. 3. 

e Joel 2. ]. 
h cli. 31. 6. 
Josh. 6. 4. 

1 Chron. 15. 
24. 

2 Chron. 13. 
12. 

i ch. 31. 6. 

Josh. 6. 5. 

2 Cliron. 13. 

14. 

k Judg. 2. 

18. & 4. 3. 

& G. 9. & 

10. 8, 12. 

1 Sam. 10. 

18. 

Ps. 106. 42. 

1 Gen. 8. 1. 

Ps. lOG. 4. 

m ch. 29. 1. 

Lev. 23. 24. 

1 Chron. 15. 
24. 

2 Chron. 
12. & 7. 
& 29. 26. 
Ezra 3. 10. 
Neh. 12. 35. 
Ps. 81. 3. 



5. 



Before 
CHRIST 

HPO. 



n ver. 9. 



o ch. 9. n. 



p Exod. 40. 

.%. 

ch. 2. 9, 16, 

24, 31. 

q Exod. 19. 

1. 

ch. 1. 1. & 

9.5. 

r Gen. 21. 

21. 

ch. 12. 16. 

& 13. 3. 26. 

Deut. 1. 1. 

s ver. 5, 6. 

ch. 2. 34. 

t ch. 2. 3, 9. 



u ch. 1.7. 



X ch. 1. 51. 



y ch. 4. 24, 

31. & 7. 6, 

7, 8. 

7. ch. 2. 10, 

16. 



a ch. 4. 4, 
15. & 7. 9. 
II That is, 
the Oersho- 
■nitcs and the 
Merarttes : 
See vcr. 17. 
ch. 1. ^\. 
b ch. 2. 18, 
24. 



c ch. 2. 25, 

31. 

Josh. 6. 9. 



The order of the Israelites'' march. 

of your months, ye shall blow with the 
trumpets over your burnt-offerings, and over 
the sacrifices of your peace-offerings ; that 
they may be to you " for a memorial before 
your God : I am the Lord your God. 

11 1[ And it came to pass on the twentieth 
day of the second month, in the second year, 
that the cloud ° was taken up from off the 
tabernacle of the testimony. 

12 And the children of Israel took p their 
journeys out of the i wilderness of Sinai; and 
the cloud rested in the "■ wilderness of Paran. 

13 And they first took their journey ' ac- 
cording to the commandment of the Lord 
by the hand of Moses. 

14 Tf^In the first ^/ace went the standard 
of the camp of the children of Judah ac- 
cording to their armies : and over his host 
was " Nahshon the son of Amminadab. 

15 And over the host of the tribe of the 
children of Issachar was Nethaneel the son 
of Zuar. 

16 And over the host of the tribe of the 
children of Zebulun was Eliab the son of 
Helon. 

17 And ^the tabernacle was taken down; 
and the sons of Gershon and the sons of 
Merari set forward, y bearing the tabernacle. 

18 IT And ''the standard of the camp of 
Reuben set forward according to their ar- 
mies : and over his host was Elizur the son 
of Shedeur. 

19 And over the host of the tribe of the 
children of Simeon was Shelumiel the son 
of Zurishaddai. 

20 And over the host of the tribe of the 
children of Gad was Eliasaph the son of 
Deuel. 

21 And the Kohathites set forward, bear- 
ing the '^sanctuary : and |j the other did set up 
the tabernacle against they came. 

22 IT And ^ the standard of the camp of 
the children of Ephraim set forward ac- 
cording to their armies : and over his host 
was Elishama the son of Ammihud. 

23 And over the host of the tribe of the 
children of Manasseh was Gamaliel the son 
of Pedahzur. 

24 And over the host of the tribe of the 
children of Benjamin was Abidan the son of 
Gideoni. 

25 IT And ''the standard of the camp of 
the children of Dan set forward, which was 
the rere-ward of all the camps throughout 
their hosts : and over his host was Ahiezer 
the son of Ammishaddai. 

26 And over the host of the tribe of the 
children of Asher was Pagiel the son of 
Ocran. 

27 And over the host of the tribe of the 

136 



The hlessmg of Moses. 

children of Naphtali was Ahira the son of 
Enan. 

28 f'Thus were the journeyings of the 
children of Israel according to their armies, 
when they set forward. 

29 1[ And Moses said unto Hobab, the son 
of ^Raguel the Midianite, Moses' father-in- 
law, We are journeying unto the place of 
which the Lord said, ''I will give it you : 
come thou with us, and owe will do thee 
good : for ''the Lord hath spoken good 
concerning Israel. 

30 And he said unto him, I will not go ; 
but I will depart to mine own land, and to 
my kindred. 

31 And he said. Leave us not, I pray 
thee : forasmuch as thou knowest how we 
are to encamp in the wilderness, and thou 
mayest be to us 'instead of eyes. 

32 And it shall be, if thou go with us, 
yea, it shall be, that ""what goodness the 
Lord shall do unto us, the same will we do 
unto thee. 

33 IF And they departed from 'the mount 
of the Lord three days' journey : and the 
ark of the covenant of the Lord ""went 
before them in the three days' journey, to 
search out a resting-place for them. 

34 And "the cloud of the Lord was upon 
them by day, when they went out of the 
camp. 

35 And it came to pass, when the ark set 
forward, that Moses said, "Rise up, Lord, 
and let thine enemies be scattered ; and let 
them that hate thee flee before thee. 

36 x-ind when it rested, he said. Return, 

Lord, unto the fmany thousands of 
Israel. 

CHAP. XL 

1 The burning at Taberah quenched by Moses^ prayer. 
4 The people lust for flesh, and loathe manna. 10 
Moses complaineth of his charge. 16 God divideth 
his burden unto seventy elders. 31 Quails are given 
in wrath at Kibroth-hattaavah. 

AND '^when the people |] complained, tit 
displeased the Lord : and the Lord 
heard it: ''and his anger was kindled; and 
the "^fire of the Lord burnt among them, 
and consumed them that were in the utter- 
most parts of the camp. 

2 And the people cried unto Moses ; and 
when Moses ''prayed unto the Lord, the 
fire twas quenched. 

3 And he called the name of the place 
II Taberah : because the fire of the Lord 
burnt among them. 

4 HAnd the ''mixed multitude that urns 
among them t fell a lusting : and the chil- 
dren of Israel also twept again, and said, 
^Who shall give us flesh to eat ? 

S . 



CHAP. XL 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

t Heb. 
These. 
d cli. a. 34. 



e Exod.3. 
18. 



f Gen. 12. 7. 

g Jiidg. 1. 
IG. & 4. 11. 

h Gen. 32. 
12. 

E.\od. 3. 8. 
&. 6. 7, 8. 



1 Job 29.15. 



k Judg. 1. 
16. 



I See E.xod. 
3. 1. 



ni Deut. 1. 

Josh. 3. 3, 
4, C. 

Ps. 132. 8. 
Jer. 31. 2. 
Ezek. 20. 6. 
n Exod. 13. 
21. 

Neh.9. 12, 
19. 



o P3. 68. ] , 
2. & 132. i. 



t Heb. trn 

thousand 

Ihoiuiands. 



a Deut. 9. 22. 

II Or, were 

as it icere 

complainers. 

t Heb. 

it teas evil 

in the cars 

of.^-c. 

b Ps. 78. 21. 

c Lev. 10.2. 

rli. Hi. 35. 

2 Kings 1. 

12. 

Ps. 106. 18. 



d Juin. 5. 16. 



t Heb. 
sunk. 



II Tliat is, 
.^ hurnins. 
Deut. il. 22. 
e As Rxod. 
12. 38. 
t Heb. 
Itisleil alust. 
t Hob. 
returned 
and wept. 
r Ps. 78. 18. 
& inti. H. 
1 Cor. 10. 6. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

g Exod. 16. 
3. 



h ch. 21. 5. 



i Exod. 16. 
14, 31. 
t Heb. 
eye of it as 
the eye of. 
k Gen. 2. 12. 



1 Exod. 16. 
31. 



m Exod. IC. 
13, 14. 



n Ps.78.2]. 



o Deut. 1. 
12. 



p Isai. 40. 
Jl. 

q Isai. 49. 

l'thess.2.7. 
r Gen. 26. 3. 
& 50. 24. 
E.\od. 13.5. 

s Matt. 15. 

33 

Mark 8. 4. 



t Exod. 18. 

18. 



u See 

1 Kings 19. 

4. 

Jonah 4.3. 

X Zeph. 3. 
15. 



y See 
Exod. 24. 1, 



7. Deut. 16. 
18. 



n ver. 25. 

Grn. 11. 5. 

& 18. 21. 

Exod. 19. 

20. 

b ISam. 10. 

6. 

2 Kings 2. 

15. 

Neh. 9. 20. 

Isai. 44. 3. 

Joel 2. 28. 



c Exod. 19. 
10. 



d Exod. 16. 
7. 



e ver. 5. 
Acts 7. 39. 



The people lu.st for Jlesh. 

5 sWe remember the fish which we did 
eat in Egypt freely ; the cucumbers, and the 
melons, and the leeks, and the onions, and 
the garlic. 

6 But now ''our soul is dried away; there 
is nothing at all, besides this manna, before 
our eyes. 

7 And 'the mannn. was as coriander-seed, 
and the t colour thereof as the colour of 
''bdellium. 

8 And the people went about, and ga- 
thered it, and ground it in mills, or beat 
it in a mortar, and baked it in pans, and 
made cakes of it : and 'the taste of it was 
as the taste of fresh oil. 

9 And "when the dew fell upon the camp 
in the night, the manna fell upon it, 

10 IF Then Moses heard the people weep 
throughout their families, every man in the 
door of his tent: and "the anger of the Lord 
was kindled greatly; Moses also was dis- 
pleased. 

11 °And Moses said unto the Lord, 
Wherefore hast thou afilicted thy servant ? 
and wherefore have I not found favour in 
thy sight, that thou layest the burden of all 
this people upon me ? 

12 Have I conceived all this people ? 
have I begotten them, that thou shouldest 
say unto me, p Carry them in thy bosom, 
as a 1 nursing-father beareth the sucking 
child, unto the land which thou "^swarest 
unto their fathers ? 

13 ^Whence should I have flesh to give 
unto all this people ? for they weep unto me, 
saying. Give us flesh, that we may eat. 

14 '^I am not able to bear all this people 
alone, because it is too heavy for me. 

15 And if thou deal thus with me, ""kill 
me, I pray thee, out of hand, if I have found 
favour in thy sight ; and let me not ^see my 
wretchedness. 

16 IT And the Lord said unto Moses, 
Gather unto me y seventy men of the elders 
of Israel, whom thou knowest to be the 
elders of the people, and ^oflicers over them ; 
and bring them unto the tabernacle of the 
congregation, that they may stand there with 
thee. 

17 And I wifl ^come down and talk with 
thee there ; and ^ I will take of the spirit 
which is upon thee, and will put it upon 
them: and they shall bear the burden of 
the people with thee, that thou bear it not 
thyself alone. 

18 And say thou unto the people, ''Sane 
tify yourselves against to-morrow, and ye 
shall eat flesh : for ye have wept '' in the 
ears of the Lord, saying, Who shall give 
us flesh to eat? ^ for it icas well with us in 

137 



Quails are given in wrath. 

Egypt: therefore the Lord will give you 
flesh, and ye shall eat. 

19 Ye shall not eat one day, nor two 
days, nor five days, neither ten days, nor 
twenty days ; 

20 ^But even a t whole month, until it 
come out at your nostrils, and it be loath- 
some unto you : because that ye have de- 
spised the Lord which is among you, and 
have wept before him, saying, eWhy came 
we forth out of Egypt ? 

21 And Moses said, •'The people among 
whom 1 am, are six hundred thousand foot- 
men ; and thou hast said, I will give them 
flesh, that they may eat a whole month. 

22 ' Shall the flocks and the herds be slain 
for them, to suffice them ? or shall all the 
fish of the sea be gathered together for them, 
to suffice them? 

23 And the Lord said unto Moses, ''Is 
the Lord's hand waxed short ? thou shalt 
see now whether 'my word shall come to 
pass unto thee, or not. 

24 H And Moses went out, and told the 
people the words of the Lord, and '"gathered 
the seventy men of the elders of the people, 
and set them round about the tabernacle. 

25 And the Lord "came down in a cloud, 
and spake unto him, and took of the spirit 
that was upon him, and gave it unto the 
seventy elders : and it came to pass, tJiat 
"when the spirit rested upon them, Pthey 
prophesied, and did not cease. 

26 But there remained two of the men 
in the camp, the name of the one was Eldad, 
and the name of the other Medad: and 
the Spirit rested upon them ; and they were 
of them that were written, but 'iwent not 
out unto the tabernacle : and they prophesied 
in the camp. 

27 And there ran a young man, and told 
Moses, and said, Eldad and Medad do pro- 
phesy in the camp. 

28 And Joshua the son of Nun, the ser- 
vant of Moses, one of his young men, an- 
swered and said. My lord Moses, 'forbid 
them. 

29 And Moses said unto him, Enviest 
thou for my sake? ^ would God that all the 
Lord's people were prophets, and that the 
Lord would put his Spirit upon them. 

30 And Moses gat him into the camp, he 
and the elders of Israel. 

31 H And there went forth a ^wind from 
the Lord, and brought quails from the sea, 
and let them fall by the camp, f as it were 
a day's journey on this side, and as it were 
a day's journey on the other side, round 
about the camp, and as it were two cubits 
high upon the face of the earth. 



NUMBERS. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1490. 


1490. 




u Exod. 16. 




36. 




Ezek. 45. 11. 


fPs. 78.29. 




& 106. 15. 




t Hcb. 


X Pa. 78. 30, 


month, of 


31. 


days. 




g ch. 21. 5. 




h Gen. 12. 2. 




E.xod.12.37. 




& 38. 26. 




ch. 1. 46. 


II That is. 




The graves 




of last. 
Deut. 9. 22. 






y ch. 33. 17. 


i See 


t Heb. they 


2 Kings 7.2. 


were in, ire. 


Matt. 15. 33. 




Mark 8. 4. 




Jolin 6.7,9. 




k Isai. 50. 




2. & 59. 1. 




1 ch. 23. 19. 




Ezek. 12.25. 




& ^. 14. 


II Or. 




Cushitc. 




a Exod. 2. 




21. 


m ver. 16. 


t Heb. 
taken. 




b Exod. 15. 




20. 


n ver. 17. 


Mic. 6. 4. 


ch. 12. 5. 


c Gen. 29. 




33. 




ch. 11. I. 




2 Kings 19. 
Isai. 37. 4. 






Ezek. 35. 




12, 13. 


o See 




2 Kings 2. 
15. 


e Ps 76. 9. 


P See 




1 Sam. 10. 




5, 6, 10. & 




19. 20, 21, 




23. 




Joel 2. 29. 




Acts 2. 17, 

18. 

1 Cor. 14. 


fch.11.25. 


& 16. 19. 


1, &c. 




q See 




1 Sam. 20. 




20. 




Jer. 36. 5. 






s Gen. 15.1. 
& 46. 2. 




Job 33. 15. 




Ezek. 1. 1. 




Dan. 8. 2. & 




10. 8, 16, 17. 




Luke 1. 11, 




22. 




Acts 10: 11, 


r Seo 


17. & 22. li. 


Mark 9. 38. 


18. 


Luke 9. 49. 


h Gen. 31. 


John 3. 26. 


10. ]]. 




J Kings 3. 5. 




Matt. 1.20. 




i Ps. 10.5.26. 


s 1 Cor. 14. 


k Hebr. 3.2, 


5. 


5. 




1 1 Tim. 3. 




15. 




m E.xod. 33. 




11. 




Dcuf. .34. 10. 




n 1 Cor. 13. 




12. 




o E.xod. 33. 




19. 




P 2 Pet. 2. 


t E.iod. 16. 


10. 


13. 


Jude 8. 


Ps. 78. 26, 

27, 28. & 


1 Deut. 24. 
9. 


105. 40. 




t Heb. 


r 2 Kings .5. 


as /( were 


27. & 15. .5. 


the way of a 


2Chron. 26. 


day. 


19, 20. 




s 2 Sam. 19. 




10. & 24.10. 




Prov. 30. 32. 



God rebukcth Miriam and Aaron, 

32 And the people stood up all that day, 
and all that night, and all the next day, 
and they gathered the quails : he that ga- 
thered least gathered ten " homers : and they 
spread them all abroad for themselves round 
about the camp. 

33 And while the ^ flesh was yet between 
their teeth, ere it was chewed, the wrath 
of the Lord was kindled against the people, 
and the Lord smote the people with a very 
great plague. 

34 And he called the name of that place 
II Kibroth-hattaavah : because there they bu- 
ried the people that lusted. 

35 y And the people journeyed from Ki- 
broth-hattaavah unto Hazeroth : and f abode 
at Hazeroth. 

CHAP. XIL 

1 God rebukeih the sedition of Miriam and Aaron. 10 
Miriam's leprosy is healed at the prayer of Moses. 
14 God commandeth her to be shut out of the host. 

AND Miriam and Aaron spake against 
Moses because of the || Ethiopian wo- 
man whom he had married: for *he had 
t married an Ethiopian woman. 

2 And they said. Hath the Lord indeed 
spoken only by Moses ? ^hath he not spoken 
also by us ? And the Lord <= heard it. 

3 (Now the man Moses was very meek, 
above all the men which were upon the face 
of the earth.) 

4 ®And the Lord spake suddenly unto 
Moses, and unto Aaron, and unto Miriam, 
Come out ye three unto the tabernacle of the 
congregation. And they three came out. 

5 ^And the Lord came down in the 
pillar of the cloud, and stood in the door 
of the tabernacle, and called Aaron and 
Miriam : and they both came forth. 

6 And he said. Hear now my words : If 
there be a prophet among you, / the Lord 
Avill make myself known unto him ein a 
vision, and will speak unto him '^ in a dream. 

7 ' My servant Moses is not so, ^ who is 
faithful in all ' mine house. 

8 With him will I speak '"mouth to 
mouth, even ''apparently, and not in dark 
speeches ; and ° the similitude of the Lord 
shall he behold: wherefore then p were ye 
not afraid to speak against my servant 
Moses ? 

9 And the anger of the Lord was kindled 
against them ; and he departed. 

10 And the cloud departed from off" 
the tabernacle ; and i behold, Miriam be- 
came "^ leprous, white as snow : and Aaron 
looked upon Miriam, and behold, she was 
leprous. 

1 1 And Aaron said unto Moses, Alas, my 
lord, I beseech thee, ^ lay not the sin upon 

138 



The names of the spies. 

us, wherein we have done foolishly, and 
wherein we have sinned. 

12 Let her not be 'as one dead, of whom 
the flesh is half consumed when he cometh 
out of his mother's womb. 

13 And Moses cried unto the Lord, say- 
ing, Heal her now, O God, I beseech thee. 

14 IT And the Lord said unto Moses, "If 
her father had but spit in her face, should 
she not be ashamed seven days ? let her be 
*shut out from the camp seven days, and 
after that let her be received in a^aiti. 

15 yAnd Miriam was shut out from the 
camp seven days : and the people journeyed 
not till Miriam was brought in again. 

16 And afterward the people removed 
from ^Hazeroth, and pitched in the wilder- 
ness of Paran. 

CHAP. xm. 

1 The 7iames of the men who were sent to search the 
land. 17 Their instructions. 21 Their acts. 26 Their 
relation, 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ing. 

2 ^ Send thou men, that they may search 

the land of Canaan, which I give unto the 
children of Israel : of every tribe of their 
fathers shall ye send a man, every one a 
ruler among them. 

3 And Moses by the commandment of 
the Lord sent them ''from the wilderness 
of Paran : all those men were heads of the 
children of Israel. 

4 And these were their names : Of the tribe 
of Reuben, Shammua the son of Zaccur. 

5 Of the tribe of Simeon, Shaphat the 
son of Hori. 

6 *^Of the tribe of Judah, "^ Caleb the son 
of Jephunneh. 

7 Of the tribe of Issachar, Igal the son 
of Joseph. 

8 Of the tribe of Ephraim, «Oshea the 
son of Nun. 

9 Of the tribe of Benjamin, Palti the son 
of Raphu. 

10 Of the tribe of Zebulun, Gaddiel the 
son of Sodi. 

11 Of the tribe of Joseph, namely, of the 
tribe of Manasseh, Gaddi the son of Susi. 

12 Of the tribe of Dan, Ammiel the son 
of Gemalh. 

13 Of the tribe of Asher, Sethur the son 
of Michael. 

14 Of the tribe of Naphtali, Nahbi the 
son of Vophsi. 

15 Of the tribe of Gad, Geuel the son 
of Machi. 

16 These arc the names of the men which 
Moses sent to spy out the land. And Moses 
called «"Oshea the son of Nun, Jehoshua. 



CHAP. xm. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1400. 

t Ps. 88. 4. 



u See Hebr. 
12. 9. 



X Lev. 13. 

46. 

ch. 5. 2, 3. 

y Deut. 24. 

9. 

2 Cliron. 26. 

20, 21. 



z ch. 11. 35. 
& 33. 18. 



a ch. 32. 8. 
Deut. 1. 22. 



1490. 

b ch. 12. IG. 
& 32. 8. 
Deut. 1. 19. 
& 9. 23. 



c ch. 34. 19. 
1 Chron. 4. 
15. 

d ver. 30. 
ch. 14. 6, 30. 
Josh. 14. 6, 
7, i:t, 14. 
Judg. 1. 12. 

e ver. 16. 



f ver. 8. 
Exod. 17. 9. 
ch. 14. 6, 30 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



g vei. 21. 

h Gen. 14. 

10. 

Judg. 1. 9, 

19. 



i Neh. ». 25, 
35. 

Ezek. 34.14. 
k Deut. 31. 
6, 7, 23. 



1 ch. 34. 3. 
Josh. 15. 1. 
m Josh. 19. 

28. 



n Josh. 11. 
21, 22. & 15. 
13, 14. 
Judg. ]. 10. 
o ver. 33. 
p Josh. 21. 
11. 

q Ps. 78. 12. 
Isai. 19. 11. 
&30. 4. 
r Deut. 1. 
24, 25. 
II Or. valley, 
ch. 32. 9. 
Judg. 16. 4. 



11 Or, valley. 
II That is, 
a cluster of 
grapes. 



s ver. 3. 

t ch. 20. 1, 
16. & 32. 8. 
& 33. 36. 
Deut. 1. 19. 
Josh. 14. 6. 



u Exod. 3. 
8. & 33. 3. 
X Deut. 1. 
25. 

y Deut. 1. 
28. &. 9. 1, 2. 



z ver. 33. 

a Exod. 17. 

8. 

ch. 14. 43. 

Judg. 6. 3. 

1 Sam. 14. 

48. & 15. 3, 

&.C. 



b See ch. 14. 
6, 24. 
Josh. 14.7. 



c ch. 32. 9. 
Deut. 1. 28. 
Josh. 14. 8. 



Their instructions, acts, and report. 

17 If And Moses sent them to spy out the 
land of Canaan, and said unto them. Get 
you up this way ^ southward, and go up into 
'Uhe mountain : 

18 And see the land, what it is; and the 
people that dwelleth therein, whether they 
he strong or weak, few or many ; 

19 And what the land is that they dwell 
in, whether it he good or bad ; and what 
cities they he that they dwell in, whether in 
tents, or in strong holds ; 

20 And what the land is, whether it he 
'fat or lean, whether there be wood therein, 
or not. And "^be ye of good courage, and 
bring of the fruit of the land. Now the time 
was the time of the first ripe grapes. 

21 IF So they went up, and searched the 
land 'from the wilderness of Zin unto ""Re- 
hob, as men come to Hamath. 

22 And they ascended by the south, and 
came unto Hebron ; where " Ahiman, Sheshai, 
and Talmai, °the children of Anak, were. 
(Now p Hebron was built seven years before 
'iZoan in Egypt.) 

23 ■■ And they came unto the || brook of 
Eshcol, and cut down from thence a branch 
with one cluster of grapes, and they bare it 
between two upon a staff; and they hrought 
of the pomegranates, and of the figs. 

24 The place was called the || brook || Esh- 
col, because of the cluster of grapes which the 
children of Israel cut down from thence. 

25 And they returned from searching of 
the land after forty days. 

26 IT And they went and came to Moses, 
and to Aaron, and to all the congregation of 
the children of Israel, ^unto the wilderness of 
Paran, to * Kadesh ; and brought back word 
unto them, and unto all the congregation, 
and shewed them the fruit of the land. 

27 And they told him, and said. We came 
unto the land whither thou sentest us, and 
surely it floweth with "milk and honey ; "^ and 
this is the fruit of it. 

28 Nevertheless, J' the people he strong 
that dwell in the land, and the cities are 
walled, and very great : and moreover, we saw 
Hhe children of Anak there. 

29 ''The Amalekites dwell in the land of 
the south : and the Hittites, and the Jebu- 
sites, and the Amorites, dwell in the moun- 
tains ; and the Canaanites dwell by the sea, 
and by the coast of Jordan. 

30 And ''Caleb stilled the people before 
Moses, and said. Let us go up at once, and 
possess it; for we are well able to over- 
come it. 

31 <=But the men that went up with him 
said. We be not able to go up against the 
people ; for they are stronger than we, 

139 



The people murmur. 

32 And they <^ brought up an evil report 
of the land which they had searched unto the 
children of Israel, saying, The land through 
which we have gone to search it, is a land 
that eateth up the inhabitants thereof ; and 
* all the people that we saw in it are tmen of 
a great stature. 

33 And there we saw the giants, ^the sons 
of Anak, which come of the giants : and we 
were in our own sight as ? grasshoppers, and 
so we were ''in their sight. 

CHAP. XIV. 

1 The people murmur at the news. 6 Joshua and Caleb 
laborer to still them. 11 God threateneth them. 
13 Moses persuadeth God, and obtaineth pardon. 
26 The murmurers are deprived of entering into the 
land. 36 The men who raised the evil report die by 
a plague. 40 The people that would invade the land 
against the loill of God are smiiien. 

AND all the congregation lifted up their 
voice, and cried ; and ''the people wept 
that night. 

2 •'And all the children of Israel mur- 
mured against Moses and against Aaron : and 
the whole congregation said unto them, 
Would God that we had died in the land 
of Egypt ! or *= would God we had died in 
this wilderness ! 

3 And wherefore hath the Lord brought 
us unto this land, to fall by the sword, that 
our wives and our children should be a 
prey ? were it not better for us to return 
into Egypt? 

4 And they said one to another, '^Let us 
make a captain, and ^let us return into 
Egypt. 

5 Then ''Moses and Aaron fell on their 
faces before all the assembly of the congre- 
gation of the children of Israel. 

6 IF &And Joshua the son of Nun, and 
Caleb the son of Jephunneh, which were of 
them that searched the land, rent their 
clothes : 

7 And they spake unto all the company of 
the children of Israel, saying, ''The land, 
which we passed through to search it, is an 
exceeding good land. 

8 If the Lord 'delight in us, then he 
will bring us into this land, and give it 
us; '^a land which floweth with milk and 
honey. 

9 Only 'rebel not ye against the Lord, 
"'neither fear ye the people of the land ; for 
" they are bread for us : their t defence is 
departed from them, °and the Lord is with 
us : fear them not. 

10 p But all the congregation bade stone 
them with stones. And ithe glory of the 
Lord appeared in the tabernacle of the con- 
gregation before all the children of Israel. 



NUMBERS. 



Berore 

CHRIST 

1490. 



a ch. 14. 36, 
37. 



e Amoa 2. 9. 
t Heb. men, 
of statures. 



f Deut. 1. 
28. & 2. 10. 
& 9.2. 

gisai. 40.22. 

h 1 Sam. 17. 
42. 



a ch. 11. 4. 



b Exod. 16. 
2. & 17. 3. 
ch. Ifi. 41. 
Ps. lOG. 25. 



c See ver. 
28, 29. 



d Neh.9.17. 

e See Deut. 
17. 16. 
Acts 7. 39. 



f ch. 16. 4, 



g ver. 24. 

30, 38. 

ch. 13. 6, 8. 

h ch. 13. 27. 

Dfut. 1. 2.). 

i Deut. 10. 

15. 

2 Sam. 1.'). 

25, 26. & ZJ. 

20. 

1 Khigs 10. 

9. 

Ps. 22. 8. & 

147.10, 11. 

Isai. 62. 4. 

k ch. 13. 27. 

I Deut. 9. 
7, 23, 24. 
m Deut. 7. 
18. & 20. 3. 

II ch. 24. 8. 
t Heb. 
shallow, 
Ps. 121. 5. 
Isai. 30. 3. 3. 
Jer. 48. 45. 

o Gen. 48. 

yi. 

Exod. .33. 16. 
Deut. 20. 1. 
.3, 4. & 31. 6, 
8. 

.losh. 1. .5. 
Judg. 1. 22. 
2Chron. 13. 
12.&1.';. 2. 
& 20. 17. & 
32. 8. 

Ps. 46. 7, 11. 
Isai. 41. 10. 
Amos 5, 14. 
Zech. 8. 23. 
p Exod. 17. 
4. 

n Exod. 16. 
10.&24. 16, 
17. & 40. 34. 
Lev. 9. 23. 
ch. 16. 19. 
42. & 20. 6. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

r ver. 23. 
Deut. 9. 7, 

a. 22. 

Ps. 95. 8. 

Hebr. 3. 8, 

16. 

e Deut. 1. 

32. & 9. 23. 

Ps. 78. 22, 

32, 42. &, 

106. 24. 

John 12.37. 

Hebr. 3. 18. 

t Exod. 32. 

10. 

u Exod. 32. 

12. 

Ps. lOR. 23. 

Deut 9. 26, 

27, 28. & 32. 

27. 

Ezek. 20. 9, 

14. 



X Exod. 15. 
14. 

Josh. 2. 9, 
10. & 5. 1. 

y Exod. 13. 
21.&40. 38. 
ch. 10. 34. 
Neh. 9. 12. 
Ps. 78. 14. 
Hl 105. 39. 



z Deut. 9. 

28. 

Josh. 7. 9. 



a Exod. 34. 
6, 7. 

Pa. 103. 8. 
& 145. 8. 
Jonah 4. 2. 



b Exod. 20. 
5. & 34. 7. 



c Exod. 34. 
9. 

d Ps. 106. 
45. 

e Ps. 78. 38. 

!l Or, 
hitherto. 



f Pa. 106. 23. 
Jam. 5. 16. 
1 John 5. 
14, 15, 16. 
g Ps. 72. 19. 



h Deut. 1. 

35. 

Ps. 9.5. 11. 

& 106. 26. 

Hebr. 3. 17, 

18. 

i Gen. 31.7. 



k ch. 32. 11. 
Ezek. 20. 15. 
t Heb. 
If the;/ see 
the land. 



1 Deut. 1.36. 
Josli. 14. 6, 
8, 9, 14. 
m ch. 32. 12. 



Moses intercedeth for them, 

11 IF And the Lord said unto Moses, 
How long will this people ■■ provoke me? and 
how long will it be ere they ^believe me, for 
all the signs which I have shewed among 
them ? 

12 I will smite them with the pestilence, 
and disinherit them, and 'will make of thee 
a greater nation and mightier than they. 

13 IF And "Moses said unto the Lord, 
Then the Egyptians shall hear it, (for thou 
broughtest up this people in thy might from 
among them ;) 

14 And they will tell it to the inhabitants 
of this land : ""for they have heard that thou 
Lord art among this people, that thou 
Lord art seen face to face, and that >thy 
cloud standeth over them, and that thou 
goest before them, by day-time in a pillar 
of a cloud, and in a pillar of fire by 
night. 

15 IF Now if thou shalt kill all this people as 
one man, then the nations which have heard 
the fame of thee will speak, saying, 

16 Because the Lord was not ^able to 
bring this people into the land which he 
sware unto them, therefore he hath slain 
them in the wilderness. 

17 And now, I beseech thee, let the power 
of my Lord be great, according as thou hast 
spoken, saying, 

18 The Lord is * long-suffering, and of 
great mercy, forgiving iniquity and trans- 
gression, and by no means clearing the guilty, 
''visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the 
children unto the third and fourth genera- 
tion. 

19 '^ Pardon, I beseech thee, the iniquity of 
this people ''according unto the greatness of 
thy mercy, and ^as thou hast forgiven this 
people, from Egypt even || until now. 

20 And the Lord said, I have pardoned 
''according to thy word : 

21 But as truly as I live, ^ all the 
earth shall be filled with the glory of the 
Lord. 

22 ''Because all those men which have 
seen my glory, and my miracles, which I did 
in Egypt and in the wilderness, and have 
tempted me now 'these ten times, and have 
not hearkened to my voice ; 

23 '= t Surely they shall not see the land 
which I sware unto their fathers, neither shall 
any of them that provoked me see it : 

24 But my servant 'Caleb, because he had 
another spirit with him, and '"hath followed 
me fully, him will I bring into the land 
whereinto he went; and his seed shall pos- 
sess it. 

25 (Now the Amalekites, and the Canaan- 
ites dwelt in the valley.) To-morrow turn 

140 



congregation, which murmur 
pI have heard the 



God threatenelli the murmurers, 

you, "and get you into the wilderness by the 
way of the Red sea. 

26 H And the Lord spake unto Moses 
and unto Aaron, saying, 

27 °How long shall I bear with this evil 

gainst me ? 

murmurings of the chil- 
dren of Israel, which they murmur against 
me. 

28 Say unto them, ^As truly as I live, 
saitli the Lord, ""as ye have spoken in mine 
ears, so will I do to you: 

29 Your carcasses shall fall in this wilder- 
ness; and 'all that were numbered of you, 
according to your whole number, from twen- 
ty years old and upward, which have mur- 
mured against me. 

30 Doubtless ye shall not come into the 
land concerning which I f sware to make 
you dwell therein, * save Caleb the son of 
Jephunneh, and Joshua the son of Nun. 

31 "But your little ones, which ye said 
should be a prey, them will I bring in, and 
they shall know the land which '^ye have 
despised. 

32 But as for you, y your carcasses, they 
shall fall in this wilderness. 

33 And your children shall || ''wander in 
the wilderness '^ forty years, and ^bear your 
whoredoms, until your carcasses be wasted 
in the wilderness. 

34 *= After the number of the days in which 
ye searched the land, even ^ forty days (each 
day for a year) shall ye bear your iniquities, 
even forty years « and ye shall know || my 
breach of promise. 

35 ^I the Lord have said, I will surely 
do it unto all &this evil congregation, that are 
gathered together against me : in this wilder- 
ness they shall be consumed, and there they 
shall die. 

36 ^ And the men which Moses sent to 
search the land, who returned, and made all 
the congregation to murmur against him, by 
bringing up a slander upon the land, 

37 Even those men that did bring up the 
evil report upon the land, 'died by the 
plague before the Lord. 

38 "^But Joshua the son of Nun, and Caleb 
the son of Jephunneh, which were of the men 
that went to search the land, lived still. 

39 And Moses told these sayings unto all 
the children of Israel: 'and the people 
mourned greatly. 

40 H And they rose up early in the morn- 
ing, and gat them up into the top of the 
mountain, saying, Lo, -"we be here, and will 
go up unto the place which the Lord hath 
promised : for we have sinned. 

41 And Moses said, Wherefore now do ye 



CHAP. XV. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1490. 


1490. 


n Deut. 1. 


n ver. 25. 


40. 


2Chron. 24. 




20. 




Deut. 1. 




42. 


o ver. 11. 




Exod.16.28. 




Matt 17. 7. 




P Exod. 16. 




]'.'. 






p 2 Chron. 




1.5. 2. 


q vpr. 2:1 




cli. 2(5. 65. 




& 32. 11. 
Deut. !.:«. 


q Dcut. i. 


Hebr. 3. 17. 


r See ver. 2. 




s ch. 1. 45. 




& 26. 64. 






r ver. 43. 




Deut. 1. 44. 




s ch. 21. 3. 




Jiidg. 1. 17. 


t Heb. 
lifted up my 






hand. 




Gen. 14. 22. 




t ver. 38. 




ch. 26. 6.5. 




& 32. 12. 




Deut. 1. 36, 




38. 




u Deut. 1. 




39. 




X Ps. 106. 




24. 




y 1 Cor. 10. 




5. 




Hebr. 3. 17. 




II Or, feed. 
7. ch. X>. 13. 


a ver. 18. 


Lev. 23. 10. 


Ps. 107. 40. 


Deut. 7. 1. 


a See Deut. 




2. 14. 




b Ezek. 23. 




35. 




c ch. 13. 25. 
1490. 


b Lev. 1. 2, 
3. 


d Ps. 95. 10. 




Ezek. 4. 6. 






c Lev. 7. 16. 




& 22. 18, 21. 


c See 


t Heb. 


] Kings 8. 
.TO 


.•separating. 
Lev. 27. 2. 


Ps'. 77. 8. & 


d Lev. 23. 8, 


105. 42. 


12, 36. 


Hebr. 4. 1. 
il Or. 


ch. 28. 19. 
27. & 29. 2, 


altering of 
mv pvrpusc. 
f ch. 23. 19. 


8, 13. 
Dent. 16. 10. 

e Gen. 8. 21. 


g ver. 27, 29. 
ch. 26. a5. 


Exod.29. 18. 
r Lev. 2. 1. 


ICor. 10.5. 


& 6. 14. 
e Exod. 29. 




40. 




Lev. 23. 13. 


h ch. 13. 31, 


h Lev. 14. 
10 


32. 


ch. 28. .5. 




i ch. 28. 7, 




14. 




k ch. 28. 12, 




14. 


i 1 Cor. 10. 




10. 




Hebr. 3. 17. 




.lude 5. 




k cli. 2fi. 65. 




Josh. 14. 0, 




10. 




lExod.33.4. 


1 Lev. 7. 11. 




m ch.28. 12, 




14. 


m Deut. 1. 




41. 





The law of the meat-offering, <SfC. 

transgress "the commandment of the Lord? 
but it shall not prosper. 

42 °Go not up, for the Lord is not 
among you; that ye be not smitten before 
your enemies. 

43 For the Amalekites and the Canaan- 
ites are there before you, and ye shall fall 
by the sword : p because ye are turned away 
from the Lord, therefore the Lord will not 
be with you. 

44 1 But they presumed to go up unto the 
hill-top : nevertheless the ark of the cove- 
nant of the Lord, and Moses, departed not 
out of the camp. 

45 ■'Then the Amalekites came down, 
and the Canaanites which dwelt in that hill, 
and smote them, and discomfited them, even 
unto ^'Hormah. 

CHAP. XV. 

1 The law of the meat-offering and the drink-offering. 
13, 29 The stranger is inider the same law. 17 The 
law of the first of the dough for an heave-ofering. 22 
The sacrifice for sins of ignorance. 30 The pv.nish- 
rnent of presumption. 32 He that violated the sabbath 
is stoned. 37 The law of fringes. 

ND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 



A 



ing. 



2 ^ Speak unto the children of Israel, and 
say unto them. When ye be come into the 
land of your habitations, which I give unto 
you, 

3 And ''will make an offering by fire unto 
the Lord, a burnt-offering, or a sacrifice 
''in t performing a vow, or in a free-will- 
offering, or ''in your solemn feasts, to make 
a ^ sweet savour unto the Lord, of the herd, 
or of the flock : 

4 Then ''shall he that oflfereth his offer- 
ing unto the Lord bring &a meat-offering of 
a tenth-deal of flour mingled ''with the 
fourth part of an hinof oil. 

5 ' And the fourth part of an hin of wine 
for a drink-offering shalt thou prepare with 
the burnt-offering or sacrifice, for one lamb. 

6 ""Or for a ram, thou shalt prepare for 
a meat-offering two tenth-deals of flour 
mingled with the third part of an hin of oil. 

7 And for a drink-oftering thou shalt offer 
the third part of an hin of wine, for a sweet 
savour unto the Lord. 

8 And when thou preparest a bullock y^?" 
a burnt-offering, or for a sacrifice in per- 
forming a vow, or 'peace-offerings unto the 
Lord : 

9 Then shall he bring "'with a bullock a 
meat-offering of three tenth-deals of flour 
mingled with halfanhinof oil. 

10 And thou shalt bring for a drink-offer- 
ing halfanhinof wine, /or an offering made 
by fire, of a sweet savour unto the Lord: 

HI 



The stranger is under the same law. 

11 "Thus shall it be done for one bullock, 
or for one ram, or for a lamb, or a kid, 

12 According to the number that ye shall 
prepare, so shall ye do to every one accord- 
ing to their number. 

13 All that are born of the country shall 
do these things after this manner, in offering 
an offering made by fire, of a sweet savour 
unto the Lord. 

14 And if a stranger sojourn with you, 
or whosoever he among you in your genera- 
tions, and will offer an offering made by fire, 
of a sweet savour unto the Lord ; as ye do, 
so he shall do. 

15 pQne ordinance shall he hoth for you 
of the congregation, and also for the stranger 
that sojourneth with you, an ordinance for 
ever in your generations : as ye are, so shall 
the stranger be before the Lord. 

16 One law and one manner shall be for 
you, and for the stranger that sojourneth 
with you. 

17 IT And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

18 1 Speak unto the children of Israel, and 
say unto them, When ye come into the land 
whither I bring you, 

19 Then it shall be, that when ye eat of 
'the bread of the land, ye shall offer up an 
heave-offering unto the Lord. 

20 ^ Ye shall offer up a cake of the first of 
your dough for an heave-offering : as ye do 
Uhe heave-offering of the threshing-floor, so 
shall ye heave it. 

21 Of the first of your dough ye shall 
give unto the Lord an heave-offering in your 
generations. 

22 IT And "if ye have erred, and not ob- 
served all these commandments which the 
Lord hath spoken unto Moses, 

23 Eveji all that the Lord hath command- 
ed you by the hand of Moses, from the day 
that the Lord commanded Moses, and 
henceforward among your generations ; 

24 Then it shall be, ^if aught be com- 
mitted by ignorance t without the knowledge 
of the congregation, that all the congrega- 
tion shall offer one young bullock for a 
burnt-offering, for a sweet savour unto the 
Lord, y with his meat-offering, and his drink- 
offering, according to the || manner, and 
^one kid of the goats for a sin-offering. 

25 ^And the priest shall make an atone- 
ment for all the congregation of the children 
of Israel, and it shall be forgiven them; for 
it is ignorance : and they shall bring their 
offering, a sacrifice made by fire unto the 
Lord, and their sin-offering before the 
Lord, for their ignorance: 

26 And it shall be forgiven all the con- 



NUMBERS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 

o ch. 28. 



D ver. 29. 
Exod. 12.49. 
cli. 9. 14. 



q ver. 2. 
Deut. 26. 1. 



r Josh. 5. 
11, 12. 



s Deut. 26. 
2, 10. 
Prov. 3. 9, 
10. 

t Lpv.2. 14. 
&23. 10, 16. 



u Lev. 4. 2. 



X Lev. 4. 13. 

t Beh.from 
the eyes. 



y ver. 8, 9, 
10. 
II Or, 
ordinance. 

z See Lev. 
4. 23. 
rh. 28. 15. 
E/.ra C. 17. 
& 8. 35. 
a Lev. 4. 20. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



b Lev. 4. 27, 

28. 



c Lev. 4. 35. 



d ver. 15. 
t Heb. doth. 



e Deut. 17. 

12. 

Ps. 19. 13. 

Hebr. 10. 26. 
1 Pet. 2. 10. 
t Heb. 
with an 
high hand. 



f 2 Sam. 12. 

9. 

Prov. 13. 13. 

e Lev. 5. 1. 
Ezek. 18.20. 



h Exod. 31. 
14, 15. & 
35. 2, 3. 



i Lev. 24. 12. 



k Exod. 31. 
14, 15. 



I Lev. 24. 14. 
1 Kings 21. 
13. 

Acts 7. 58. 



m Deut. 22. 

12. 

Matt. 23. 5. 



n See Deut. 
29. 19. 
Job 31. 7. 
Jer. 9. 14. 
Ezek. 6. 9. 

Ps. 73. 27. 
& 106. 39. 
James 4. 4. 

p Lev. 11. 
44, 45. 
Rom. 12. 1. 
Col. 1. 22. 

1 Pet. 1. 15, 
16. 



The sahhath-hreaker stoned to death, 

gregation of the children of Israel, and the 
stranger that sojourneth among them; see- 
ing all the people were in ignorance. 

27 H And ^ if any soul sin through igno- 
rance, then he shall bring a she-goat of the 
first year for a sin-offering. 

28 •'And the priest shall make an atone- 
ment for the soul that sinneth ignorantly, 
when he sinneth by ignorance before the 
Lord, to make an atonement for him ; and 
it shall be forgiven him. 

29 '^Ye shall have one law for him that 
t sinneth through ignorance, hoth for him 
that is born among the children of Israel, 
and for the stranger that sojourneth among 
them. 

30 *![ ^But the soul that doeth aught t pre- 
sumptuously, whether he he born in the land, 
or a stranger, the same reproacheth the 
Lord ; and that soul shall be cut off from 
among his people. 

31 Because he hath ^despised the word of 
the Lord, and hath broken his command- 
ment, that soul shall utterly be cut off; shis 
iniquity shall he upon him. 

32 If And while the children of Israel were 
in the wilderness, •'they found a man that 
gathered sticks upon the sabbath-day. 

33 And they that found him gathering 
sticks brought him unto Moses and Aaron, 
and unto all the congregation. 

34 And they put him 'in ward, because 
it was not declared what should be done to 
him. 

35 And the Lord said unto Moses, •'The 
man shall be surely put to death : all the 
congregation shall 'stone him with stones 
without the camp. 

36 And all the congregation brought him 
without the camp, and stoned him with 
stones, and he died ; as the Lord command- 
ed Moses. 

37 H And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

38 Speak unto the children of Israel, and 
bid "^ them that they make them fringes in 
the borders of their garments throughout 
their generations, and that they put upon 
the fringe of the borders a riband of blue : 

39 And it shall be unto you for a fringe, 
that ye may look upon it, and remember all 
the commandments of the Lord, and do 
them ; and that ye " seek not after your own 
heart and your own eyes, after which ye 
use "to go a whoring: 

40 That ye may remember, and do all my 
commandments, and be Pholy unto your God. 

41 lam the Lord your God, which brought 
you out of the land of Egypt, to be your 
God : I am the Lord your God. 

142 



The rebellion of Korah^ 

CHAP. XVI. 

1 The rebellion of Korak, Dathan, and Abiram. 23 Moses 
separateth the people from the reheW tents. 31 The 
earth swalloweth up Korah, and afire consumeth others. 
36 The censers are reserved to holy use. 41 Fourteen 
thovsand and seven hundred are slain by a plague for 
murmuring against Moses and Aaron. 46 Aaron by 
ince7ise stayeth the plague. 

"TVrOW ^ Korah, the son of Izhar, the son 
-L^ of Kohath, the son of Levi ; and Da- 
than and Abh'am, the sons of EHab ; and 
On, the son of Peleth, sons of Reuben, took 
men ; 

2 And they rose up before Moses, with 
certain of the children of Israel, two hundred 
and fifty princes of the assembly, •* famous in 
the congregation, men of renown : 

3 And •= they gathered themselves together 
against Moses and against Aaron, and said 
unto them, f Ye take too much upon you, 
seeing ''all the congregation are holy, every 
one of them, ^and the Lord is among them : 
wherefore then lift ye up yourselves above the 
congregation of the Lord? 

4 And when Moses heard it, ^he fell 
upon his face : 

5 And he spake unto Korah and unto all 
his company, saying. Even to-morrow the 
Lord will shew who are his, and who is 
8 holy ; and will cause him to come near unto 
him : even him whom he hath ^ chosen will 
he cause to ' come near unto him. 

6 This do ; Take you censers, Korah, 
and all his company ; 

7 And put fire therein, and put incense in 
them before the Lord to-morrow : and it 
shall be that the man whom the Lord doth 
choose, he shall he holy : ye take too much 
upon you, ye sons of Levi. 

8 And Moses said unto Korah, Hear, I 
pray you, ye sons of Levi: 

9 Seemeth it but ^ a small thing unto you, 
that the God of Israel hath ' separated you 
from the congregation of Israel, to bring 
you near to himself to do the service of 
the tabernacle of the Lord, and to stand 
before the congregation to minister unto 
them ? 

10 And he hath brought thee near to him, 
and all thy brethren the sons of Levi with 
thee : and seek ye the priesthood also ? 

1 1 For which cause both thou and all thy 
company are gathered together against the 
Lord : '" and what is Aaron, that ye murmur 
against him? 

12 IT And Moses sent to call Dathan and 
Abiram, the sons of Eliab : which said, We 
will not come up : 

13 n/5 it a small thing that thou hast 
brought us up out of a land that floweth with 
milk and honey, to kill us in the wilderness, 



CHAP. XVL 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1471. 



a Exod. 6. 

'il. 

ch. 26. y. & 

27. 3. 



Jude 11. 



b ch. 26. 9. 



c Pa. 106.16. 



t Heb. 

It is inuch 

for you. 

<1 Exod. 19. 

6. 

e Exod. 29. 

45. 

ch. 14. 14. & 

35.34. 



fch. 14. 5. 
& 20. 6. 



R ver. 3. 
Levit. 21. 6, 
7, 8, 12, 1.5. 
h Exod. 28. 
1. 

ch. 17. 5. 
1 Sam. 2. 28. 
Ps. 105. 26. 
i ch. 3. 10. 
Lev. 10. 3. 
& 21. 17, 18. 
Ezek. 40. 46. 
& 44. 15. 16. 



k 1 Sam. 18. 

23. 

Tsai. 7. 13. 

1 ch. 3. 41, 

45. & 8. 14. 

Deut. 10. 8. 



m E,\od. 16. 

8. 

1 Cor. 3. 5. 



n ver. 9. 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1471. 

o Exod. 2. 

14. 

Acta 7. 27, 

35. 

p Exod. 3. 8. 

Lev. 20. 24. 

tHeb. 
bore out. 



I 



Gen. 4. 4, 



r 1 Sam. 12. 

3. 

Acts 20. 33. 

2 Cor. 7. 2. 

s ver. 6, 7. 

t 1 Sam. 12. 
3,7. 



u ver. 42. 

Exod. 16. 7, 

10. 

Lev. 9. 6, 23. 

ch. 14. 10. 



X ver. 45. 
See Gen. 19. 
17,22. 
Jer. 51. 6. 
Acts 2. 40. 
Rev. 18. 4. 
y ver. 4,5. 
Exod. 32. 10. 
& 33. 5. 
z ver. 45. 
ch. 14. .5. 
ach.27. 16. 
Job 12. 10. 
Eccles.12.7. 
Isai. 57. 16. 
Zech. 12. 1. 
Hebr. 12. 9. 



b Gen. 19. 
12, 14. 
Isai. 52. 11. 
2 Cor. 0. 17. 
Rev. 18. 4. 



c Exod. 3. 12. 
Dcut. 18. 22. 
Zech. 2. 9, 
10. & 4. 9. 
.lohn 5. 36. 
d ch. 24. 13. 
.ler. 23. 16. 
Ezek. 13. 17. 
.lohn .5. 30. 
& 6. 38. 
t Heb. 
as every 
man dieth. 
e Exod. 20. 
5. & 32. 34. 
.loh 3.5. 1.5. 
I.sai. 10. 3. 
Jer. 5. 9. 



Dathan, and Abiram, 

except thou "make thyself altogether a prince 
over us ? 

14 Moreover, thou hast not brought us 
into Pa land that floweth with milk and ho- 
ney, or given us inheritance of fields and 
vineyards : wilt thou t put out the eyes of 
these men? we will not come up. 

15 And Moses was very wroth, and said 
unto the Lord, i Respect not thou their 
offering: ""I have not taken one ass from 
them, neither have I hurt one of them. 

16 And Moses said unto Korah, »Be 
thou and all thy company ' before the Lord, 
thou, and they, and Aaron, to-morrow : 

17 And take every man his censer, and 
put incense in them, and bring ye before the 
Lord every man his censer, two hundred 
and fifty censers ; thou also and Aaron each 
of you his censer. 

18 And they took every man his censer, 
and put fire in them, and laid incense thereon, 
and stood in the door of the tabernacle of 
the congregation with Moses and Aaron. 

19 And Korah gathered all the congre- 
gation against them unto the door of the 
tabernacle of the congregation : and " the 
glory of the Lord appeared unto all the 
congregation. 

20 And the Lord spake unto Moses and 
unto Aaron, saying, 

21 ^ Separate yourselves from among this 
congregation, that I may y consume them in 
a moment. 

22 And they ^ fell upon their faces, and 
said, O God, ^ the God of the spirits of all 
flesh, shall one man sin, and wilt thou be 
wroth with all the congregation? 

23 H And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

24 Speak unto the congregation, saying. 
Get you up from about the tabernacle of 
Korah, Dathan, and Abiram. 

25 And Moses rose up, and went unto 
Dathan and Abiram ; and the elders of Israel 
followed him. 

26 And he spake unto the congregation, 
saying, ''Depart, I pray you, from the tents 
of these wicked men, and touch nothing of 
theirs, lest ye be consumed in all their sins. 

27 So they gat up from the tabernacle of 
Korah, Dathan, and Abiram, on every side : 
and Dathan and Abiram came out, and stood 
in the door of their tents, and their wives, 
and their sons, and their little children. 

28 And Moses said, <= Hereby ye shall 
know that the Lord hath sent me to do all 
these works ; for / have not done them ^ of 
mine own mind. 

29 If these men die t the common death 
of all men, or if they be ^ visited after the 

143 



The earth swallowelh up Korah, ^c. 

visitation of all men ; then the Lord hath not 
sent me. 

30 But if the Lord f make ^a new thing, 
and the earth open her mouth, and swallow 
them up, with all that appertain unto them, 
and they &go down quick into the pit ; then 
ye shall understand that these men have 
provoked the Lord. 

31 IF ''And it came to pass, as he had 
made an end of speaking all these words, 
that the ground clave asunder that was under 
them : 

32 And the earth opened her mouth, and 
swallowed them up, and their houses, and 
'all the men that appertained unto Korah, 
and all their goods, 

33 They, and all that appertained to them, 
went down alive into the pit, and the earth 
closed upon them : and they perished from 
among the congregation. 

34 And all Israel that were round about 
them, fled at the cry of them : for they said. 
Lest the earth swallow us up also, 

35 And there ^ came out a fire from the 
Lord, and consumed 'the two hundred and 
fifty men that offered incense. 

36 H And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

37 Speak unto Eleazar the son of Aaron 
the priest, that he take up the censers out 
of the burning, and scatter thou the fire 
yonder ; for *" they are hallowed. 

38 The censers of these ° sinners against 
their own souls, let them make them broad 
plates for a covering of the altar: for they 
offered them before the Lord, therefore they 
are hallowed : '' and they shall be a sign unto 
the children of Israel. 

39 And Eleazar the priest took the brazen 
censers, wherewith they that were burnt had 
offered ; and they were made broad plates 
for a covering of the altar : 

40 To he a memorial unto the children of 
Israel, p that no stranger, which is not of the 
seed of Aaron, come near to offer incense 
before the Lord ; that he be not as Korah, 
and as his company: as the Lord said to 
him b}'- the hand of Moses. 

41 IF But on the morrow i all the congre- 
gation of the children of Israel murmured 
against Moses and against Aaron, saying. Ye 
have killed the people of the Lord. 

42 And it came to pass Avhen the con- 
gregation was gathered against Moses and 
against Aaron, that they looked toward the 
tabernacle of the congregation: and behold, 
' the cloud covered it, and ^ the glory of the 
Lord appeared. 

43 And Moses and Aaron came before the 
tabernacle of the congregation. 



NUMBERS. 



Berore 
CHRIST 
about 1471. 

t Heb. 
create a 
creature. 
Isiii. 45. 7. 
f Job 31. 3. 
Isai. 28. 21. 

S ver. 33. 
Ps. 55. 15. 



h ch. 26. 10. 
& 27. 3. 
Deut. 11. 6. 
Ps. 106. 17. 



i See ver. 17. 
& ch. 26. 11. 
1 Chron. 6. 
22,37. 



k Lev. 10. 2. 
ch. n.i. 
Pa. 106. 18. 
1 ver. 17. 



m See 
Lev. 27. 28. 

n Prov. 20. 
o 

Hab. 2. 10. 



o ch. 17. 10. 
k. 26. 10. 
Ezek. 14. 8. 



p ch. 3. 10. 
2 Chron. 26. 
18. 



ch. 14. 2. 
Ps. 106. 25. 



r Exod. 40. 

34. 

s ver. 19. 

ch. 20. 6. 



Before 
CHRIST 

about 1471. 

t ver. 21,24. 



u ver. 22. 
ch.20. 6. 



xLev. 10.6. 

cli. 1. 53. & 

8. 19. & 11. 

33. & 18. 5. 

1 Chron. 27. 

24. 

Ps. 106. 29. 



a Exod 25. 
22 & 29 42 
43. & 30.' 36! 

b ch. 16. 5. 



c ch. 16. 11. 



t Heb. 
a rod for one 
prince, a rod 
for one 
prince. 



d Exod. 38. 
21. 

Numb. 18.2. 
Acts 7. 44. 



Aaron's rod huddeth. 

4:4: IF And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

45 * Get you up from among this congre- 
gation, that I may consume them as in a mo- 
ment. And " they fell upon their faces. 

46 IF And Moses said unto Aaron, Take 
a censer, and put fire therein from oflf the 
altar, and put on incense, and go quickly 
unto the congregation, and make an atone- 
ment for them : ^ for there is wrath gone out 
from the Lord ; the plague is begun. 

47 And Aaron took as Moses commanded, 
and ran into the midst of the congregation ; 
and behold, the plague was begun among the 
people : and he put on incense, and made an 
atonement for the people. 

48 And he stood between the dead and 
the living ; and the plague was stayed. 

49 Now they that died in the plague were 
fourteen thousand and seven hundred, beside 
them that died about the matter of Korah. 

50 And Aaron returned unto Moses unto 
the door of the tabernacle of the congrega- 
tion : and the plague was stayed. 

CHAP, xvn. 

1 Aaron's rod among all the rods of the tribes only 
Jlourisheth. 10 It is left for a monument against 
the rebels. 

ND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 



A 



ing^ 



2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and 
take of every one of them a rod according 
to the house of their fathers, of all their 
princes according to the house of their 
fathers, twelve rods : write thou every man's 
name upon his rod, 

3 And thou shalt write Aaron's name 
upon the rod of Levi : for one rod shall be 
for the head of the house of their fathers. 

4 And thou shalt lay them up in the taber- 
nacle of the congregation before the testi- 
mony, ^ where I will meet with you. 

5 And it shall come to pass, that the man's 
rod ''whom I shall choose shall blossom : and 
I will make to cease from me the murmur- 
ings of the children of Israel, '^whereby they 
murmur against you. 

6 ^And Moses spake unto the children of 
Israel, and every one of their princes gave 
him t a rod apiece, for each prince one, ac- 
cording to their fathers' houses, eve7i twelve 
rods : and the rod of Aaron was among their 
rods. 

7 And Moses laid up the rods before the 
Lord in ^ the tabernacle of witness. 

8 And it came to pass, that on the mor- 
row Moses went into the tabernacle of wit- 
ness ; and behold, the rod of Aaron for the 
house of Levi was budded, and brought forth 

144 



The charge of the priests and Levites, 



CHAP. XVIII. 



buds, and bloomed blossoms, and yielded 
almonds. 

9 And Moses brought out all the rods 
from before the Lord unto all the children 
of Israel : and they looked, and took every 
man his rod. 

10 IF And the Lord said unto Moses, 
Bring ^Aaron's rod again before the testi- 
mony, to be kept *"for a token against the 
t rebels; ^and thou shalt quite take away 
their murmurings from me, that they die not. 

1 1 And Moses did so : as the Lord com- 
manded him, so did he. 

12 And the children of Israel spake unto 
Moses, saying, Behold, we die, we perish, 
we all perish. 

13 ^Whosoever cometh any thing near 
unto the tabernacle of the Lord shall die: 
shall we be consumed with dying ? 

CHAP. xvm. 

1 The charge of the priests a?id Levites. 9 The priests'' 
portion. 21 The Levites' portion. 25 The heave- 
offering to the priests out of the Levites' portion. 

AND the Lord said unto Aaron, ^Thou, 
and thy sons, and thy father's house 
with thee, shall ''bear the iniquity of the sanc- 
tuary : and thou and thy sons with thee shall 
bear the iniquity of your priesthood. 

2 And thy brethren also of the tribe of 
Levi, the tribe of thy father, bring thou with 
thee, that they may be *=joined unto thee, 
and <^ minister unto thee : but nhou and thy 
sons with thee shall minister before the taber- 
nacle of witness. 

3 And they shall keep thy charge, and 
'"the charge of all the tabernacle : » only they 
shall not come nigh the vessels of the sanc- 
tuary and the altar, '^that neither they, nor 
ye also, die. 

4 And they shall be joined unto thee, and 
keep the charge of the tabernacle of the 
congregation, for all the service of the taber- 
nacle: 'and a stranger shall not come nigh 
unto you. 

5 And ye shall keep ^-the charge of the 
sanctuary, and the charge of the altar ; Hhat 
there be no wrath any more upon the chil- 
dren of Israel. 

6 And I, behold, I have "^ taken your 
brethren the Levites from among the chil- 
dren of Israel : " to you they are given as a 
gift for the Lord, to do the service of the 
tabernacle of the congregation. 

7 Therefore ° thou and thy sons with thee 
shall keep your priest's office for every thing 
of the altar, and p within the vail; and ye 
shall serve : I have given your priest's office 
unto you as a service of gift : and the stranger 
that cometh nigh shall be put to death. 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1471. 



e Hebr. 9. 4. 
fch.16.38. 

t Heb. 
children of 
rebellion, 
e ver. 5. 



h ch. 1. 51, 
53. &, 18. 4, 

7. 



ach.17.13. 



b Exod.28. 
38. 



c See Gen. 
29. 34. 
dch. 3.6,7. 
e ch. 3. 10. 



f ch. 3. 25, 

31, 36. 

g ch. 16. 40. 



h ch. 4. 15. 



i ch. 3. 10. 



k Exort. 27. 
21. &30. 7. 
Lev. 24. 3. 
eh. 8. 2. 
I ch. 16. 46. 



m ch. 3. 12, 
45. 



n ch. 3. 9. 
&. 8. 19. 



o vcr. .5. 
ch. 3. 10. 



i Hebr. 9. 
.6. 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1471. 



q Lev. 6. 16, 
18, 26. & 7. 
6, 32. 
ck 5. 9. 

r Exod. 29. 
29. &. 40. 13, 
15. 



8 Lev. 2. 9, 

3. & 10. 12, 

13. 

t Lev. 4. 

22, 27. & 6. 

2.5, 26. 

u Lev. 5. 1. 

& 7. 7. &. 10. 

12. & 14. 13. 



X Lev. 6. 16, 
18, 26, 29. &. 
7. 6. 



V Exod. 29. 

27, 28. 
Lev. 7. 30, 
34. 



z Lev. 10.14. 
Deuu 18. 3. 



a Lev. 22.2, 
3, 11, 12, 13. 



b Exod. 23. 
19. 

Deut. 13. 4. 

Neh. 10. 35, 

36. 

t Heb. fat. 

ver. 29. 

c E.\od.22. 

29. 



d Exod. 22. 
29. & 23. 19. 
& 34. 26. 
Lev. 2. 14. 
ch. 15. 19. 
Deut. 26. 2. 
e ver. 11. 
f Lev. 27. 28. 



e Exod. 13. 
2. & 22. 29. 
Lev. 27. 26. 
ch. 3. 13. 



h Exod. 13. 
13. t 34. 20. 



i Lev. 27. 

6. 

ch. 3. 47. 



k Exod. 30. 
13. 

Lev. 27. 25. 

ch. 3. 47. 

Er.ek.45. 12. 

I Oout. 15. 

19. 

in Lev. 3. 2, 

5. 



n Exod. 29. 
26. 28. 
Lev. 7. 31, 
32, 34. 

o ver. 11. 



P Lev. 2. 13. 
2 Chron. 13. 
5. 



The priests'' portion of the offerings, 

8 11 And the Lord spake unto Aaron, Be- 
hold, il also have given thee the charge of 
mine heave-offerings of all the hallowed things 
of the children of Israel ; unto thee have I 
given them "^by reason of the anointing, and 
to thy sons, by an ordinance for ever. 

9 This shall be thine of the most holy 
things reserved from the fire : every oblation 
of theirs, every ^meat-offering of theirs, 
and every 'sin-offering of theirs, and every 
** trespass-offering of theirs, which they shall 
render unto me, shall he most holy for thee 
and for thy sons. 

10 ^In the most \\o\y place shalt thou eat 
it ; every male shall eat it : it shall be holy 
unto thee. 

11 And this w thine ; >' the heave-offering 
of their gift, with all the wave-offerings of 
the children of Israel: I have given them 
unto Hhee, and to thy sons, and to thy 
daughters with thee, by a statute for ever : 
* every one that is clean in thy house shall 
eat of it. 

12 •'All the tbest of the oil, and all the 
best of the wine and of the wheat, *=the first- 
fruits of them which they shall offer unto the 
Lord, them have I given thee. 

13 And whatsoever is first ripe in the land, 
<* which they shall bring unto the Lord, shall 
be thine ; ^ every one that is clean in thine 
house shall eat of it. 

14 ^ Every thing devoted in Israel shall be 
thine. 

15 Every thing that openeth ^the matrix 
in all flesh, which they bring unto the Lord, 
whether it he of men or beasts, shall be thine : 
nevertheless,^ the first-born of man shalt thou 
surely redeem, and the firstling of unclean 
beasts shalt thou redeem. 

16 And those that are to be redeemed 
from a month old shalt thou redeem, 'ac- 
cording to thine estimation, for the money of 
five shekels, after the shekel of the sanctu- 
ary, ''which is twenty gerahs. 

17 'But the firstling of a cow, or the first- 
ling of a sheep, or the firstling of a goat, 
thou shalt not redeem ; they are holy : " thou 
shalt sprinkle their blood upon the altar, and 
shalt burn their fat for an offering made by 
fire, for a sweet savour unto the Lord. 

18 And the flesh of them shall be thine, 
as the " wave-breast and as the right shoulder 
are thine. 

19 "All the heave-offerings of the holy 
things, which the children of Israel ofler unto 
the Lord, have I given thee, and thy sons 
and thy daughters with thee, by a statute 
for ever: Pit is a covenant of salt for ever 
before the Lord unto thee and to thy seed 
with thee. 

145 



The portion of the Levites. 



NUMBERS. 



20 ^ And the Lord spake unto Aaron, 
Thou shah have no inheritance in their land, 
neither shah thou have any part among them : 
il am thy part and thine inheritance among 
the children of Israel. 

21 And behold, "I have given the chil- 
dren of Levi all the tenth in Israel for an in- 
heritance, for their service which they serve, 
even nhe service of the tabernacle of the 
congregation. 

22 * Neither must the children of Israel 
henceforth come nigh the tabernacle of the 
congregation, " lest they bear sin, t and 
die. 

23 ''But the Levites shall do the service 
of the tabernacle of the congregation, and 
they shall bear their iniquity : it shall he a 
statute for ever throughout your generations, 
that among the children of Israel they have 
no inheritance. 

24 yBut the tithes of the children of Is- 
rael, which they offer as an heave-offering 
unto the Lord, I have given to the Levites 
to inherit: therefore I have said unto them, 
'Among the children of Israel they shall 
have no inheritance. 

25 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

26 Thus speak unto the Levites, and say 
unto them. When ye take of the children of 
Israel the tithes which I have given you from 
them for your inheritance, then ye shall offer 
up an heave-offering of it for the Lord, even 
^0. tenth part of the tithe. 

27 ''And this your heave-offering shall be 
reckoned unto you, as though it were the 
corn of the threshing-floor, and as the ful- 
ness of the wine-press. 

28 Thus ye also shall ofler an heave-of- 
fering unto the Lord of all your tithes 
which ye receive of the children of Israel ; 
and ye shall give thereof the Lord's heave- 
oftering to Aaron the priest. 

29 Out of all your gifts ye shall offer 
every heave-offering of the Lord, of all the 
tbest thereof, even the hallowed part thereof 
out of it. 

30 Therefore thou shalt say unto them. 
When ye have heaved the best thereof from 
it, *=then it shall be counted unto the Levites 
as the increase of the threshing-floor, and 
as the increase of the wine-press. 

31 And ye shall eat it in every place, ye 
and your households : for it is "^your reward 
for your service in the tabernacle of the 
cono;reo;ation. 

32 And ye shall ^bear no sin by reason of 
it, when ye have heaved from it the best of 
it: neither shall ye ^pollute the holy things 
of tlie children of Israel, lest ye die. 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1471. 



q Deut. 10. 

<). & 12. 12. 
& 14.27, 29. 
& 18. ], 2. 
JosI). 13. 14, 
33. & 14. 3. 
& 18. 7. 
Ps. IG. 5. 
Ezek.44.28. 
r ver. 24. 26. 
Lev. 27. 30, 
32. 

Neh. 10.37. 
& 12. 44. 
Hebr.7. 5, 
8, 9. 

sell. 3. 7, 8. 
t ch. 1 51. 



u I-ev. 22. 9. 

t lieh.todU. 



\ ch. 3. 7. 



y ver. 21. 



z ver. 20. 
Deut. 10. 9. 
& 14. 27, 29. 
& 18. 1. 



a Neh. 10. 
38. 

b ver 30. 



t Heb. fat. 
ver. 12. 



c ver. 27. 



d Matt. 10. 

10. 

Luko 10. 7. 

1 ("or. it. 13. 

1 Tim. 5. 18. 



e I,ev. 19. 8. 
&. 22. 16. 



f Lev. 22. 2. 
15. 



Before 
CHRIST 
about 1471. 



aDeut.21.3. 

1 Sam. 6. 7. 



b Lev. 4. 12, 
21. & 16.27. 
llebr. 13.11. 



c Lev. 4. 6. 
& 10. 14, 19. 
Hebr. 9. 13. 



d Exod. 29. 

14. 

Lev. 4. 11. 

12. 

e Lev. 14. 4, 
6, 49. 



f Lev. 11.25. 
& 15. 5. 



Hebr. 9. 



13. 



h ver. 13, 
20, 21. 
ch. 31. 23. 



i ver. IR. 
Lev. 21. ]. 
cli..'). 2 &9. 
6, 10.&31. 
19. 

Lam. 4. 14. 
Has. 2. 13. 
t Heb. soul 
of man. 
k ch. 31. 19. 



1 Lev. 15. 31. 



m vor. 9. 
ch. 8. 7. 



n Lev. 7.20. 
& 22. 3. 



The water of separation. 
CHAP. XIX. 

1 The water of separation made of the ashes of a red 
heifer. 11 The law for the use of it in purification 
of the unclean. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses and 
unto Aaron, saying, 

2 This is the ordinance of the law which 
the Lord hath commanded, saying. Speak 
unto the children of Israel, that they bring 
thee a red heifer without spot, wherein is no 
blemish, ^and upon which never came yoke : 

3 And ye shall give her unto Eleazar the 
priest, that he may bring her ''forth without 
the camp, and owe shall slay her before his 
face : 

4 And Eleazar the priest shall take of 
her blood with his finger, and •= sprinkle of 
her blood directly before the tabernacle of 
the cono;reo;ation seven times : 

5 Anyone shall burn the heifer in his sight; 
•^her skin, and her flesh, and her blood, with 
her dung, shall he burn : 

6 And the priest shall take " cedar-wood, 
and hyssop, and scarlet, and cast it into the 
midst of the burning of the heifer. 

7 '"Then the priest shall wash his clothes, 
and he shah bathe his flesh in water, and af- 
terward he shall come into the camp, and the 
priest shall be unclean until the even. 

8 And he that burneth her shall wash his 
clothes in water, and bathe his flesh in water, 
and shall be unclean until the even, 

9 And a man that is clean shall gather up 
8^ the ashes of the heifer, and lay them up 
without the camp in a clean place, and it 
shall be kept for the congregation of the 
children of Israel ''for a water of separation : 
it is a purification for sin. 

10 And he that gathereth the ashes of the 
heifer shall wash his clothes, and be unclean 
until the even: and it shall be unto the 
children of Israel, and unto the stranger 
that sojourneth among them, for a statute 
for ever. 

11 If'He that toucheth the dead body of 
any tman shall be unclean seven days. 

12 ''He shall purify himself with it on the 
third day, and on the seventh day he shall 
be clean: but if he purify not himself the 
third day, then the seventh day he shall not 
be clean. 

13 Whosoever toucheth the dead body of 
any man that is dead, and purifieth not him- 
self, 'defileth the tabernacle of the Lord; 
and that soul shall be cut off from Israel : 
because "Uhe water of separation was not 
sprinkled upon him, he shall be unclean; 
"his uncleanness is yet upon him. 

14 This is the law, when a man dieth in 
a tent : all that come into the tent, and all 

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Hie law for the use of it. 

that is in the tent shall be unclean seven 
days. 

15 And every "open vessel which hath 
no covering bound upon it, is unclean. 

16 And p whosoever toucheth one that is 
slain with a sword in the open fields, or a 
dead body, or a bone of a man, or a grave, 
shall be unclean seven days. 

17 And for an unclean person they shall 
take of the f ''ashes of the burnt heifer of 
purification for sin, and t running water shall 
be put thereto in a vessel : 

18 And a clean person shall take ■■ hyssop, 
and dip it in the water, and sprinkle it upon 
the tent, and upon all the vessels, and upon 
the persons that were there, and upon him 
that touched a bone, or one slain, or one 
dead, or a grave : 

19 And the clean person shall sprinkle 
upon the unclean on the third day, and on 
the seventh day : ®and on the seventh day 
he shall purify himself, and wash his clothes, 
and bathe himself in water, and shall be 
clean at even. 

20 But the man that shall be unclean, and 
shall not purify himself, that soul shall be 
cutoff from among the congregation, because 
he hath * defiled the sanctuary of the Lord : 
the water of separation hath not been sprin- 
kled upon him ; he is unclean. 

21 And it shall be a perpetual statute unto 
them, that he that sprinkleth the water of 
separation shall wash his clothes ; and he 
that toucheth the water of separation shall 
be unclean until even. 

22 And "whatsoever the unclean person 
toucheth shall be unclean; and ^the soul 
that toucheth it shall be unclean until 
even. 

CHAP. XX. 

1 The children of Israel come to Zin, lohere Miriam 
dieth. 2 They murmur for want of water. 7 Moses, 
smiting the rock, bringeth forth water at Meribah. 
14 Moses at Kadesh desireth passage through Edom, 
which is denied him. 22 At mount Hor Aaron resigyi- 
eth his place to Eleazar, and dieth. 

THEN ''came the children of Israel, even 
the whole congregation, into the desert 
of Zin in the first month : and the people 
abode in Kadesh ; and ^ Miriam died there, 
and was buried there. 

2 " And there was no water for the con- 
gregation : ''and they gathered themselves 
together against Moses and against Aaron. 

3 And the people ""chode with Moses, and 
spake, saying. Would God that we had died 
^ when our brethren died before the Lord ! 

4 And swhy have ye brought up the 
congregation of the Lord into this wilder- 
ness, that we and our cattle should die there ? 

5 And wherefore have ye made us to 



ye 



CHAP. XX. Moses bringeth forth water out of the rock 

come up out of Egypt, to bring us in unto 
this evil place ? it is no place of seed, or of 
figs, or of vines, or of pomegranates ; neither 
is there any water to drink. 

6 And Moses and Aaron went from the 
presence of the assembly unto the door of 
the tabernacle of the congregation, and ^'they 
fell upon their faces: and 'the glory of the 
Lord appeared unto them. 

7 1[ And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

8 ''Take the rod, and gather thou the 
assembly together, thou and Aaron thy 
brother, and speak ye unto the rock before 
their eyes ; and it shall give forth his water, 
and 'thou shalt bring forth to them water 
out of the rock : so thou shalt give the 
congregation and their beasts drink. 

9 And Moses took the rod "> from before 
the Lord, as he commanded him. 

10 And Moses and Aaron gathered the 
congregation together before the rock, and 
he said unto them, "Hear now, ye rebels ; 
must we fetch you water out of this rock? 

11 And Moses lifted up his hand, and 
with his rod he smote the rock twice : and 
°the water came out abundantly, and the 
conOTegation drank, and their beasts also. 

12 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses and 
Aaron, Because Pye believed me not, to 'i sanc- 
tify me in the eyes of the children of Israel, 
therefore ye shall not bring this congregation 
into the land which I have given them. 

13 ■'This is the water of || Meribah; be- 
cause the children of Israel strove with the 
Lord, and he was sanctified in them. 

14 IF ^ And Moses sent messengers from 
Kadesh unto the king of Edom, ' Thus saith 
thy brother Israel, Thou knowest all the 
travail that hath t befallen us : 

15 "How our fathers went down into 
Egypt, ^ and we have dwelt in Egypt a 
long time ; ^and the Egyptians vexed us, 
and our fathers : 

16 And ywhen we cried unto the Lord, 
he heard our voice, and ^sent an angel, and 
hath brought us forth out of Egypt: and 
behold, we are in Kadesh, a city in the 
uttermost of thy border : 

17 ''Let us pass, I pray thee, through thy 
country: we will not pass through the fields, 
or through the vineyards, neither will we 
drink of the water of the wells : we will go 
by the king's high-way, we will not turn to 
the right hand nor to the left, until we have 
passed thy borders. 

18 And Edom said unto him. Thou shalt 
not pass by me, lest I come out against thee 
with the sword. 

19 And the children of Israel said unto 

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Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1471. 


1453. 


o Lev. 11. 




32. 




ch. 31. 20. 




p ver. 11. 






h ch. 14. 5. 




& 16. 4, 22. 




45. 




i ch. 14. 10. 


tUeb. dust. 




q ver. 9. 




THel). livins 
waters shall 






be given. 
Gen. 26. 19. 


k Exod. 17. 
5. 


r Vs. 51. 7. 






1 Neh. 9. 15. 




Ps. 78. 15. 




16. k, 10.5. 




41. & 114.8. 




leai. 43. 20. 




& 48. 21. 




m ch. 17. 10. 


B Lev. 14. 9. 






n Pa. 106. 




33. 




Exod. 17, 




6. 


t ver. 13. 


Deut. 8. 1,5. 




1 Cor. 10. 4. 




p ch.27.14. 
Deut. 1. .37. 






& 3. 26. & 




32. 51. 




Lev. 10.3. 




Ezclc. 20. 




41. & 36. 




23. & 38. If.. 




1 Pet. 3. 15. 




r Deut. 33.8. 




Ps. 95. 8. & 




lOli. 32, &c. 




II That is, 




strife. 


u Hag. 2. 13. 


Si.'e Exod. 




17. 7. 


X Lev. 15. 5. 


s .In.lg. 11. 
10, 17. 




t Dent. 2. 4, 




&<•. & 23. 7. 




Obad. 10, 




12. 




t Heb. 




Joinifl us. 




Exod. 18. 8. 




u Gen. 46.6. 




Acts 7. 1.5. 




w E.xod. 12. 




40. 




X Exod. 1. 




11, &c. 




Deut. 26. 6. 




Acts 7. 19. 




y Exod. 2. 




23. & 3. 7. 


14.53. 


7. Exod. 3. 


a cli. 33. 36. 


2. & 14. 19. 




& 23. 20. 




& 33. 2. 


b E.tod. 15. 




20. 




ch. 26. .59. 


a Seech. 21. 




2-i. 


c Exod. 17. 


Deut. 2. 27. 


1. 




d eh. 16. 19, 




42. 




0. E.xod. 17. 




o 




cii. 14. 2. 




f ch. 11. 1, 




.3.3. & 14. 




37. & 16. 




32. 3.5, 49. 




2 Exod. 17. 




3. 





Aaro7i dieth upo7i mount Hor. 

him, We will go by the highway : and if 
I and my cattle drink of thy water, ''then 
I will pay for it : 1 will only, without doing 
any thing else, go through on my feet, 

20 And he said, *=Thou shalt not go 
through. And Edom came out against him 
with much people, and with a strong hand. 

21 Thus Edom ''refused to give Israel 
passage through his border : wherefore Israel 
*= turned away from him. 

22 H And the children of Israel, even the 
whole congregation, journeyed from 'Kadesh, 
Sand came unto mount Hor. 

23 And the Lord spake unto Moses and 
Aaron in mount Hor, by the coast of the 
land of Edom, saying, 

24 Aaron shall be '' gathered unto his 
people : for he shall not enter into the land 
which I have given unto the children of 
Israel, because ' ye rebelled against my t word 
at the water of Meribah. 

25 ^ Take Aaron and Eleazar his son, and 
bring them up unto mount Hor : 

26 And strip Aaron of his garments, and 
put them upon Eleazar his son : and Aaron 
shall be gathered unto his people, and shall 
die there. 

27 And Moses did as the Lord com- 
manded : and they went up into mount Hor 
in the sight of all the congregation. 

28 ' And Moses stripped Aaron of his gar- 
ments, and put them upon Eleazar his son ; 
and ""Aaron died there in the top of the 
mount : and Moses and Eleazar came down 
from the mount. 

29 And when all the congregation saw that 
Aaron was dead, they mourned for Aaron 
"thirty days, even all the house of Israel. 

CHAP. XXL 

I Israel with some loss destroy the Canaanites at Hor- 
mah. 4 The people murinuring are plagued with 
fiery serpents. 7 They repenting are healed by a 
brazen serpent. 10 Sundry journeys of the Israelites. 
21 Sihon is overcome, 23 and Og. 

AND when ^king Arad the Canaanite, 
which dwelt in the south, heard tell 
that Israel came ''by the way of the spies; 
then he fought against Israel, and took some 
of them prisoners. 

2 •= And Israel vowed a vow unto the 
Lord, and said. If thou wilt indeed deliver 
this people into my hand, then "^ I will utterly 
destroy their cities. 

3 And the Lord hearkened to the voice 
of Israel, and delivered up the Canaanites ; 
and they utterly destroyed them and their 
cities : and he called the name of the place 

II Hormah. 

4 IT And ®they journeyed from mount Hor 
by the way of the Red sea, to ^ compass the 



NUMBERS. 17ie people are plagued withjlery serpents. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1453. 

b Deut. 2. 
0, 28. 



c Judg. 11. 
17. 



(1 See Deut. 
2. 27, 21). 



e Deut. 2. 4, 

5, 8. 

Judg. 11. 18. 

f ch. 33. 37. 
e ch. 21. 4. 



h Gen. 25. 8. 
ch. 27. 13. 
&31.2. 
Deut. 32. 
50. 



i ver. 12. 
t Heb. 
mouth. 

kch. 33 38. 

Deut.SB. 

50. 



I Exod. 2'J. 
29, 30. 



14.52. 
m cli.3:i.38. 
Deut. 10. 6. 
& 32. 50. 



n So Deut. 
34. 8. 



14.12. 
a ch.33.40. 
See Judg. 1. 
16. 

bch.13.21. 



r Gen. 28. 

20. 

Judg. 11.30. 

d Lev. 27. 

28. 



II That is, 
vtler dc- 
stnictinn. 
e oh. 20.22. 
& 33. 41. 
f Jiule. 11. 
18. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 



II Or, , 
gnevea. 
t Heb. 
shortened. 
Exod. 6. 9. 
g P.S.78. 19. 
h Exod. 16. 
3. & 17. 3. 



i ch. 11. 6. 
kl Cor. 10. 9. 

1 Deut. 8. 15. 

m Ps. 78. 34. 
n ver. 5. 



Exod. 8. 
8, 28. 

1 Sam. 12. 
19. 

1 Kings 13. 

6. 

Acts 8. 24. 



p 2 Kings 
18. 4. 
John 3. 14. 
15. 



q ch. 33.43. 



r ch. 33. 44. 

II Or. 
heaps of 
Abar'im. 
s Deut. 2. 
13. 



t ch. 22. 36. 
Judg. 11.18. 



II Or, 
Vahrh in 
SuphaJi. 



u Deut. 2. 
18, 29. 
t Heb. 
leaneth. 

X Judg. 9. 
21. 



y Exod. 15. 
1. 
, Ps. 105. 2. 

6. 106. 12. 
t Heb. 
Jlsrend. 

II Or, 
answer. 

7. Isai. 33. 

22. 



t Heb. field. 
II Or, 
the hill. 
a ch.23.28. 
II Or, the 
wildernepa. 
b Deut. 2. 
26. 27. 
Judg. II. 19. 



land of Edom : and the soul of the people 
was much || t discouraged because of the way. 

5 And the people s spake against God, and 
against Moses, ^ Wherefore have ye brought 
us up out of Egypt to die in the wilderness ? 
for there is no bread, neither is there any wa- 
ter ; and 'our soul loatheth this light bread. 

6 And ''the Lord sent 'fiery serpents 
among the people, and they bit the people ; 
and much people of Israel died. 

7 IF ■" Therefore the people came to Moses, 
and said. We have sinned, for " we have 
spoken against the I^ord, and against thee ; 
''pray unto the Lord, that he take away 
the serpents from us. And Moses prayed 
for the people. 

8 And the Lord said unto Moses, Make 
thee a fiery serpent, and set it upon a pole : 
and it shall come to pass, that every one 
that is bitten, when he looketh upon it, shall 
live. 

9 And p Moses made a serpent of brass, 
and put it upon a pole, and it came to pass, 
that if a serpent had bitten any man, when 
he beheld the serpent of brass, he lived. 

10 IT And the children of Israel set for- 
ward, and 'J pitched in Oboth. 

11 And they journeyed from Oboth, and 
■■ pitched at || Ije-abarim, in the wilderness 
which is before Moab, toward the sun-rising. 

12 H^From thence they removed, and pitched 
in the valley of Zared. 

13 From thence they removed, and pitched 
on the other side of Arnon, which is in 
the wilderness that cometh out of the coasts 
of the Amorites : for ^ Arnon is the border of 
Moab, between Moab and the Amorites. 

14 Wherefore it is said in the book of 
the wars of the Lord, || What he did in 
the Red sea, and in the brooks of Arnon, 

15 And at the stream of the brooks that 
goeth down to the dwelling of Ar, " and 
t lieth upon the border of Moab. 

16 And from thence they went ^ to Beer: 
that is the well whereof the Lord spake unto 
Moses, Gather the people together, and I 
will give them water. 

17 IT "Then Israel sang this song, f Spring 
up, O well ; II sing ye unto it : 

18 The princes digged the well, the no- 
bles of the people digged it, by the direction 
of ^the law-giver, with their staves. And 
from the wilderness they went to Mattanah : 

19 And from Mattanah to Nahahel: and 
from Nahaliel to Bamoth : 

20 And from Bamoth in the valley, that 
is in the t country of Moab, to the top of 
II Pisgah, which looketh ''toward || Jeshimon. 

21 IT And ''Israel sent messengers unto 
Sihon king of the Amorites, saying, 

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Sihon and Og are overcome and slain. CHAP. XXII. Balak'sjirst message Jor Balaam is refused. 



22 ''Let me pass through thy land: we 
will not turn into the fields, or into the vine- 
yards : we will not drink of the waters of 
the well : hut we will go along by the king's 
/jjg-A-way, until we be past thy borders. 

23 '^And Sihon would not suffer Israel to 
pass through his border : but Sihon gathered 
all his people together, and went out against 
Israel into the wilderness : ^and he came to 
Jahaz, and fought against Israel : 

24 And 'Israel smote him with the edge 
of the sword, and possessed his land from 
Arnon unto Jabbok, even unto the children 
of Ammon : for the border of the children 
of Ammon was strong. 

25 And Israel took all these cities : and 
Israel dwelt in all the cities of the Amorites, 
in Heshbon, and in all the f villages thereof. 

26 For Heshbon was the city of Sihon 
the king of the Amorites, who had fought 
against the former king of Moab, and taken 
all his land out of his hand, even unto Arnon. 

27 Wherefore they that speak in proverbs 
say, Come into Heshbon, let the city of 
Sihon be built and prepared. 

28 For there is &a fire gone out of Hesh- 
bon, a flame from the city of Sihon : it 
hath consumed •* Ar of Moab, and the lords 
of the high places of Arnon. 

29 Wo to thee, Moab ! thou art undone, 

people of 'Chemosh: he hath given his 
sons that escaped, and his daughters, into 
captivity unto Sihon king of the Amorites. 

30 We have shot at them; Heshbon is 
perished even '^unto Dibon, and we have 
laid them waste even unto Nophah, which 
reacJieth unto ^Medeba. 

3111 Thus Israel dwelt in the land of the 
Amorites. 

32 And Moses sent to spy out •" Jazer, 
and they took the villages thereof, and drove 
out the Amorites that were there. 

33 IF "And they turned and went up by 
the way of Bashan : and Og the king of 
Bashan went out against them, he, and all 
his people, to the battle <» at Edrei. 

34 And the Lord said unto Moses, p Fear 
him not : for I have delivered him into thy 
hand, and all his people, and his land ; and 
nhou shall do to him as thou didst unto 
Sihon king of the Amorites, which dwelt 
at Heshbon. 

35 ""So they smote him, and his sons, and 
all his people, until there was none left him 
alive : and they possessed his land. 

CHAP. XXIL 

1 Balak's first message for Balaam is refused. 15 His 
second message ohtaineth him. 22 An angel would 
hum slain him, if his ass had not saved him. 36 
aalak entertaineth him. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1452. 


1452. 


c ch. 20. 17. 


a ch. 33. 48. 




b Judg. 11. 




25. 


(1 Dcut. 29. 


c Exod. 15. 


7. 


15. 


e Deut. 2. 




32. _ 




Judg. 11. 20. 


d ch. 31. 8. 




Josh. 13. 21. 


f Dput. 2. 




33. & 29. 7. 




Josh. 12. 1, 




2. & 24. 8. 




Neh. 9. 22. 




Ps. 135. 10, 




11. 4; 136. 




19. 




Amos 2. 9. 






e Deut. 23. 




4. 




Josh. 13. 22. 




& 24. 9. 


t Heb. 


Neh. 13. 1, 


daugtiters. 


Mic. 6. 5. 




2 Pet. a. 15. 




Jude 11. 




Rev. 2. 14. 




f See 




eh. 23. 7. 




Dent. 23. 4. 




t Heb. eye. 




ff ch. 23. 7. 


e Jer. 48. 
45, 40. 






h Deut. 2. 9, 




18. 




Isai, J5. L 




i Judg. 11. 


h 1 Sam. 9. 


24. 

1 Kings 11. 


7,8. 


7, 33. 




2 Kings 23. 




13. 




Jer. 48. 7, 




13. 






i ver. 19. 


k Jer. 48. 




18,22. 




1 Isai. 15. 2. 






k Gen. 20. 3. 




ver. 20. 


m ch. 32. 1. 




Jer. 48. 32. 




n Deut 3. 1. 




& 29. 7. 






t Heb. 




1 shall pre- 
vail inji^ht- 


Josh. 13. 


12. 


infr asatnst 




him. 


p Deut. 3. 2. 




q ver. 24. 
Ps. 135. 10. 
11. & 136. 


1 ch. 23. 20. 


Rom. 11. 29. 


20. 




r Deut. 3. 3, 




4, &c. 





AND ''the children of Israel set forward, 
and pitched in the plains of Moab on 
this side Jordan hy Jericho. 

2 H And ^ Balak the son of Zippor saw 
all that Israel had done to the Amorites. 

3 And ''Moab was sore afraid of the peo- 
ple, because they were many : and Moab 
was distressed because of the children of 
Israel. 

4 And Moab said unto '^the elders of 
Midian, Now shall this company lick up 
all that are round about us, as the ox licketh 
up the grass of the field. And Balak the 
son of Zippor was king of the Moabites at 
that time. 

5 ''He sent messengers therefore unto 
Balaam the son of Beor to ^Pethor, which 
is by the river of the land of the children 
of his people, to call him, saying. Behold, 
there is a people come out from Egypt : 
behold, they cover the t face of the earth, 
and they abide over against me : 

6 Come now therefore, I pray thee, s curse 
me this people ; for they are too mighty 
for me : peradventure I shall prevail, that 
we may smite them, and that I may drive 
them out of the land : for I wot that he 
whom thou blessest is blessed, and he whom 
thou cursest is cursed. 

7 And the elders of Moab and the elders 
of Midian departed with 'Uhe rewards of divi- 
nation in their hand ; and they came unto Ba- 
laam, and spake unto him the words of Balak. 

8 And he said unto them, 'Lodge here 
this night, and I will bring you word again, 
as the Lord shall speak unto me : and the 
princes of Moab abode with Balaam. 

9 "^And God came unto Balaam, and said. 
What men are these with thee ? 

10 And Balaam said unto God, Balak the 
son of Zippor, king of Moab, hath sent unto 
me, saying, 

11 Behold, there is a people come out of 
Egypt, which covereth the face of the earth : 
come now, curse me them ; peradventure fl 
shall be able to overcome them, and drive 
them out. 

12 And God said unto Balaam, Thou 
shalt not go with them ; thou shalt not 
curse the people : for Hhey are blessed. 

13 And Balaam rose up in the morning, 
and said unto the princes of Balak, Get you 
into your land : for the Lord refuseth to 
give me leave to go with you. 

14 And the princes of Moab rose up, and 
they went unto Balak, and said, Balaam 
refuseth to come with us. 

15 IF And Balak sent yet again princes, 
more, and more honourable than they. 

16 And they came to Balaam, and said to 

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Aji angel opposelh Balaam. 

him, Thus saith Balak the son of Zippor, 
t Let nothing, I pray thee, hinder thee from 
coming unto me : 

17 For I will promote thee unto very 
great honour, and I will do whatsoever thou 
sayest unto me : ™come therefore, I pray 
thee, curse me this people. 

18 And Balaam answered and said unto 
the servants of Balak, ° If Balak would give 
me his house full of silver and gold, °I can- 
not go beyond the word of the Lord my 
God, to do less or more. 

19 Now therefore, I pray you, p tarry ye 
also here this night, that I may know what 
the Lord will say unto me more. 

20 lAnd God came unto Balaam at night, 
and said unto him. If the men come to call 
thee, rise up, and go with them ; but 'yet 
the word which I shall say unto thee, that 
shalt thou do. 

21 And Balaam rose up in the morning, 
and saddled his ass, and went with the 
princes of Moab. 

22 *f[ And God's anger was kindled because 
he went : ^and the angel of the Lord stood 
in the way for an adversary against him. 
Now he was riding upon his ass, and his 
two servants were with him. 

23 And Hhe ass saw the angel of the 
liORD standing in the way, and his sword 
drawn in his hand: and the ass turned aside 
out of the way, and went into the field : 
and Balaam smote the ass, to turn her into 
the way. 

24 But the angel of the Lord stood in 
a path of the vineyards, a wall beijig on this 
side, and a wall on that side. 

25 And when the ass saw the angel of the 
Lord, she thrust herself unto the wall, and 
crushed Balaam's foot against the wall : and 
he smote her again. 

26 And the angel of the Lord went fur- 
ther, and stood in a narrow place, where was 
no way to turn either to the right hand or to 
the left. 

27 And when the ass saw the angel of 
the Lord, she fell down under Balaam : 
and Balaam's anger was kindled, and he 
smote the ass with a staff. 

28 And the Lord "opened the mouth of 
the ass, and she said unto Balaam, What 
have I done unto thee, that thou hast smit- 
ten me these three times ? 

29 And Balaam said unto the ass, Because 
thou hast mocked me : I would there were a 
sword in mine hand, "" for now would I kill 
thee. 

30 yAnd the ass said unto Balaam, Am 
not I thine ass, fupon which thou hast 
ridden || ever since / was thine unto this 



NUMBERS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 

t Hek 

Be not thou 

ht.ted from, 

a-c. 



m ver. C. 



n ch. 24. 13. 

o 1 Kings 
22. 14. 
2 Chron. 18. 
13. 



p ver. 8. 



q ver. 9. 



r ver. 35. 
ch. 23. 12, 
26. & 24. 13. 



3 Exod. 4. 
24. 



t See 

2 Kings 6. 

17. 

Dan. 10.7. 

Acts 22. 9. 

2 Pet. 2. 16. 

Jude 11. 



u 2 Pet. 2. 
10. 



X- Prov. 12. 
10. 

y 2 Pet. 2. 

16. 

t Heb. 

7Dlto fiast 

ridden upon 

mr.. 

II Or, tvcr 

since thou 

wajit, S-c. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 

z See Gen. 

21. 19. 

2 Kings 6. 

17. 

Luke 24. 16, 

31. 

a Exod. 34. 

8. 

II Or, 

bovjcd him- 
self. 



t Heb. 
to be an ad- 
versary un- 
to thee. 
b 2 Pet. 2. 
14, 15. 



c 1 Sam. 15. 

24, 30. & 26. 

21. 

2 Sam. 12. 

13. 

Job 34. 31, 

32. 

t Heb. 

be evil in 

thine eyes. 



d ver. 20. 



e Gen. 14. 

17. 

f ch. 21. 13. 



g ver. 17. 
ch. 34. 11. 



h ch. 23. 26. 
& 24. 13. 

1 Kings 22. 
14. 

2 Chron. 18. 
13. 



no, ^ 

a city of 
streets. 



i Deut. 12. 2. 



a ver. 29. 



b ver. 
30. 



14. 



c ver. 15. 



d ch. 24. 1. 



Balak meeleth Balaam, 

day ? was I ever wont to do so unto thee ? 
And he said. Nay. 

31 Then the Lord ^opened the eyes of 
Balaam, and he saw the angel of the Lord 
standing in the way, and his sword drawn 
in his hand : and he ^ bowed down his head, 
and II fell flat on his face. 

32 And the angel of the Lord said unto 
him. Wherefore hast thou smitten thine ass 
these three times ? behold, I went out fto 
withstand thee, because thy way is ''perverse 
before me : 

33 And the ass saw me, and turned from 
me these three times : unless she had turned 
from me, surely now also I had slain thee, 
and saved her alive, 

34 And Balaam said unto the angel of 
the Lord, *=I have sinned ; for I knew not 
that thou stoodest in the way against me : 
now therefore, if it f displease thee, I will 
get me back again, 

35 And the angel of the Lord said unto 
Balaam, Go with the men : "^ but onlv the 
word that I shall speak unto thee, that 
thou shalt speak : so Balaam went with 
the princes of Balak. 

36 ^And when Balak heard that Balaam 
was come, ^he went out to meet him unto 
a city of Moab, ^which is in the border of 
Arnon, which is in the utmost coast. 

37 And Balak said unto Balaam, Did I 
not earnestly send unto thee to call thee ? 
wherefore camest thou not unto me ? am I 
not able indeed &to promote thee to honour? 

38 And Balaam said unto Balak, Lo, I 
am come unto thee : have I now any power 
at all to say any thing ? ^ the word that 
God putteth in my mouth, that shall I 
speak. 

39 And Balaam went with Balak, and 
they came unto || Kirjath-huzoth. 

40 And Balak ofiered oxen and sheep, 
and sent to Balaam, and to the princes that 
were with him. 

41 And it came to pass on the morrow, 
that Balak took Balaam, and brought him 
up into the 4iigh places of Baal, that thence 
he might see the utmost part of the people. 

CHAP. XXIIL 

1, 13, 28 Balak's sacrifice. 7, IS Balaam's parable. 

AND Balaam said unto Balak, ^ Bui Id 
me here seven altars, and prepare me 
here seven oxen and seven rams. 

2 And Balak did as Balaam had spoken ; 
and Balak and Balaam ''offered on every altar 
a bullock and a ram. 

3 And Balaam said unto Balak, <= Stand by 
thy burnt-offering, and I will go ; peradven- 
ture the Lord will come ^ to meet me : and 

150 



Balaam's parables, 

■whatsoever he sheweth me I will tell thee. 
And II he went to an high place. 

4 *^And God met Balaam: and he said 
unto him, I have prepared seven altars, and 
I have offered upon eve7-y altar a bullock and 
a ram. 

5 And the Lord ''put a word in Balaam's 
mouth, and said. Return unto Balak, and thus 
thou shalt speak. 

6 And he returned unto him, and lo, he 
stood by his burnt-sacrifice, he, and all the 
princes of Moab. 

7 And he ^took up his parable, and said, 
Balak the king of Moab hath brought me 
from Aram, out of the mountains of the east, 
saying, **Come, curse me Jacob, and come, 
'defy Israel. 

8 ''How shall I curse, whom God hath 
not cursed? or how shall I defy, whom the 
Lord hath not defied? 

9 For from the top of the rocks I see 
him, and from the hills I behold him : lo, 
'the people shall dwell alone, and ""shall not 
be reckoned among the nations. 

10 °Who can count the dust of Jacob, 
and the number of the fourth part of Israel ? 
Let tme die °the death of the righteous, and 
let my last end be like his ! 

11 And Balak said unto Balaam, What 
hast thou done unto me? pI took thee to 
curse mine enemies, and behold, thou hast 
blessed them altogether. 

12 And he answered and said, iMust I 
not take heed to speak that which the Lord 
hath put in my mouth ? 

13 And Balak said unto him. Come, I 
pray thee, with me unto another place, from 
whence thou mayest see them: thou shalt 
see but the utmost part of them, and shalt 
not see them all : and curse me them from 
thence. 

14 If And he brought him into the field of 
Zophim, to the top of || Pisgah, '"and built 
seven altars, and offered a bullock and a ram 
on every altar. 

15 And he said unto Balak, Stand here by 
thy burnt-offering, while I meet the LORD 
yonder. 

16 And the Lord met Balaam, and 'put 
a word in his mouth, and said. Go again un- 
to Balak, and say thus. 

17 And when he came to him, behold, he 
stood by his burnt-offering, and the princes 
of Moab with him. And Balak said unto 
him. What hath the Lord spoken ? 

18 And he took up his parable, and 
said, tRise up, Balak, and hear; hearken 
unto me, thou son of Zippor: 

19 "God is not a man, that he should 
lie J neither the son of man, that he should 



CHAP. XXIV. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 



II Or, 

he went soli- 
tary. 
vier. IG. 



f ver. Ifi. 
ch. 22. 35. 
Deul. 18. 18. 
Jer. 1. U. 



g ver. 18. 
ch. 24. 3, 
15, 23. 
.lob 27. 1. 
& 29. 1. 
Ps. 78. 2. 
Ezek. 17. 2. 
Mic. 2. 4. 
Hab. 2. 6. 
h ch. 22. 6, 

11, 17. 

i 1 Sam. 17. 

10. 

k Isai. 47. 

12, 13. 



1 Deul. 33. 

28. 

in Exod. 33. 

16. 

Ezra 9. 2. 

Eph.2. 14. 

n Gen. 13. 

It). & 22. 17. 

t Heb. 
mi/ soul, or, 
mv life. 
o Ps. 116. 
15. 



p ch.22. 11. 
17. & 24. 10. 



q ch.22. 38. 



II Or, 
the hill. 
r ver. 1, 2. 



s ver. 3. 
ch. 22. 35. 



f .ludg. 3. 

20. 

11 1 Sam. 15. 

29. 

Mai. 3. 6. 

Rom. 11.29. 

.lames 1. 17. 

Tit. 1. 2 



Befbre 
CHRIST 

1452. 



X Gen. 12. 

2 & 22. 17. 
Numb. 22. 
12. 

y Rom. 4. 

7, 8. 



z Exod. 13. 
21. & 29. 
45, 40. & 
33. 14. 
a Ps. 89. 15. 
b ch. 24. 8. 

c Deut 33. 

17. 

Job 39. 10, 

11. 

II Or, in. 



d Ps. 3.1. 19. 
& 44. 1. 



e Gen. 49. 
9. 



f Gen. 49. 27. 



g ver. 12. 
ch. 22. 38. 
1 Kings 22. 
14. 

h ver. 13. 



i ch. 21. 20. 
k ver. 1. 



a ch. 23. 3, 
15. 

t Hob. 
to the meet- 
ing of en- 
chantments. 

b ch. 2. 2, 

&.C. 

c ch. 11. 25. 
1 Sam. 10. 
10. & 19. 
"0 23 

2(!;hron. 15. 
1. 

d ch. 23. 7, 
18. 

t Heb. 
who had his 
ejies shut, 
hut now 
opened, 
e See 

1 Sam. 19. 
24. 

Ezek. 1, 28. 
Dan. 8. 18. 
& 10. 15,16. 

2 Cor. 12. 
2, 3, 4. 
Rov. 1. 10, 
17. 



He hlesseth Israel. 

repent : hath he said, and shall he not do 
it ? or hath he spoken, and shall he not 
make it good? 

20 Behold, I have received commandment 
to bless : and -^he hath blessed, and I cannot 
reverse it. 

21 y He hath not beheld iniquity in Jacob, 
neither hath he seen perverseness in Israel : 
nhe Lord his God is with him, ''and the 
shout of a king is among them. 

22 ''God brought them out of Egypt; he 
hath as it were ''the strenjrth of an unicorn. 

23 Surely there is no enchantment || against 
Jacob, neither is there any divination against 
Israel: according to this time it shall be 
said of Jacob and of Israel, ''What hath 
God wrought ! 

24 Behold, the people shall rise up *^ as a 
great lion, and lift up himself as a young 
lion: '^he shall not lie down until he eat oj 
the prey, and drink the blood of the slain. 

25 "(I And Balak said unto Balaam, Neither 
curse them at all, nor bless them at all. 

26 But Balaam answered and said unto 
Balak, Told not I thee, saying, » All that the 
Lord speaketh, that I must do ? 

27 If And Balak said unto Balaam, ''Come, 
I pray thee, I will bring thee unto another 
place; peradventure it will please God that 
thou mayest curse me them from thence. 

28 And Balak brought Balaam unto the 
top of Peor, that looketh 'toward Jeshimon. 

29 And Balaam said unto Balak, ''Build 
me here seven altars, and prepare me here 
seven bullocks and seven rams. 

30 And Balak did as Balaam had said, 
and offered a bullock and a ram on every 
altar. 

CHAP. XXIV. 

1 Balaam, leaving divinations, prophesieth the happiness 
of Israel. 10 Balak in anger dismisseth him. 15 
He prophesieth of the Star of Jacob, and the desti-iic- 
tion of some nations. 

AND when Balaam saw that it pleased the 
Lord to bless Israel, he went not, as at 
^ other times, tto seek for enchantments, but 
he set his face toward the wilderness. 

2 And Balaam lifted up his eyes, and he 
saw Israel ''abiding in his tents according 
to their tribes, and <=the Spirit of God came 
upon him. 

3 ''And he took up his parable, and said, 
Balaam the son of Beor hath said, and the 
man t whose eyes are open hath said : 

4 He hath said, which heard the words 
of God, which saw the vision of the Al- 
mighty, *= falling into a trance, but having his 
eyes open: 

5 How goodly are thy tents, O Jacob, 
and thy tabernacles, O Israel ! 

151 



Balak in anger dismisseth Balaam. 

6 As the valleys are they spread forth, as 
gardens by the river's side, ''as the trees of 
lign-aloes ^ which the Lord hath planted, 
and as cedar-trees beside the waters. 

7 He shall pour the water out of his 
buckets, and his seed shall he ^ in many 
waters, and his king shall be higher than 
'Agag, and his ''kingdom shall be exalted. 

8 ' God brought him forth out of Egypt ; 
he hath as it were the strength of an unicorn: 
he shall "'eat up the nations his enemies, and 
shall "break their bones, and "pierce them 
through with his arrows. 

9 PHe couched, he lay down as a lion, 
and as a great lion : who shall stir him up ? 
1 Blessed is he that blesseth thee, and cursed 
is he that curseth thee, 

10 IT And Balak's anger was kindled 
against Balaam, and he "^ smote his hands 
together: and Balak said unto Balaam,^! 
called thee to curse mine enemies, and be- 
hold, thou hast altogether blessed them these 
three times. 

11 Therefore now flee thou to thy place: 
'I thought to promote thee unto great ho- 
nour; but lo, the Lord hath kept thee back 
from honour. 

12 And Balaam said unto Balak, Spake I 
not also to thy messengers which thou sent- 
est unto me, saying, 

13 "If Balak would give me his house full 
of silver and gold, I cannot go beyond the 
commandment of the Lord, to do either 
good or bad of mine own mind ; hut what 
the Lord saith, that will I speak ? 

14 And now, behold, I go unto my peo- 
ple : come therefore^ and ^I will advertise 
thee what this people shall do to thy people 
y in the latter days. 

15 II ''And he took up his parable, and 
said, Balaam the son of Beor hath said, and 
the man whose eyes are open hath said: 

16 He hath said, which heard the words 
of God, and knew the knowledge of the Most 
High, which saw the vision of the Almighty, 
falling into a trance^ but having his eyes 
open : 

17 ^I shall see him, but not now: I shall 
behold him, but not nigh: there shall come 
''a Star out of Jacob, and ''a Sceptre shall rise 
out of Israel, and shall || smite the corners of 
Moab, and destroy all the children of Sheth. 

18 And "^Edom shall be a possession, 
Seir also shall be a possession for his ene- 
mies; and Israel shall do valiantly. 

19 ^ Out of Jacob shall come he that shall 
have dominion, and shall destroy him that 
remaineth of the city. 

20 H And when he looked on Araalek, he 
took up his parable, and said, Amalek was 



NUMBERS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 

f Ps. 1. 3. 
.ler. 17. a 
g Ps. 104. 16. 



h Jer.51. 13. 
Rev. 17. 1, 
15. 



i 1 Sam. 15. 

9. 

k 2 Sam. 5. 

12. 

1 Chron. 14. 

o 

fch. 23. 22. 
m ch. 14. 9. 
& 23. 24. 
n Pa. 2. 9. 
Isai. 38. 13. 
Jer. 50. 17. 
o P3. 45. 5. 
Jer. 50. 9. 
p Gen. 49.9. 



q Gen. 12. 
3. & 27. 29. 



r Ezek. 21. 

14, 17. & 

22. 13. 

B ch. 23. 11. 

Deut. 23. 4, 

5. 

Josh. 24. 9, 

10. 

Neh. 13. 2. 



t ch. 22. 
17, 37. 



u ch. 22. 18. 



X Mic. fi. 5. 
Rev. 2. 14. 



y Gen. 49. 1. 
Dan. 2, 28. 
& 10. 14. 
z ver. 3, 4. 



a Rev. 1. 7. 



h Matt. 2. 2. 

Rev. 22. 16. 

c Gen. 49. 

10. 

Ps. 110. 2. 

II Or, smite 

Uirough the 

princes of 

Moab. 

2Sam. 8. 2. 

Jer. 48. 45. 

d 2 Sara. 8. 

14. 

Ps. 60. 8, 9, 

12. 

e Gen. 49. 

10. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 

N Or, the 
first of the 
nations that 
warred 
against 
Israel. 
Exod. 17. 8. 
II Or, 
snail be 
even to de- 
struction. 
Exod. 17. 
14. 

I Sam. 15. 
3, 8. 

t Heb. 
Kain. 
Gen. 15. 19. 

II Or, 
how long 
shall it be 
ere Jlsshur 
carry thee 
away cap- 
tive ! 

f Gen. 10. 4. 
Dan. 11. 30. 
e Gen. 10. 
21, 25. 



h See 
ch. 31. 8. 



a ch. 33. 49. 
Josh. 2. 1. 
Mic. 6. 5, 
h ch. ,31. 16. 
1 Cor. 10. 8. 



c Josh. 22. 

17. 

Ps. 106. 28. 

Hos. 9. 10. 

d Exod. 34. 

1.5, 10. 

1 Cor. 10.20. 

e Exod. 20. 

5. 

f Ps. 106.29. 



I Deut. 4. 3. 
Josh. 22. 17. 



h ver. 11. 
Deut. 13. 17 



i Exod. 18. 
21, 25. 

k Exod. 32. 
27. 

Deut. 13. 6, 
9, 13, 15. 



I Joel 2. 17. 



m Ps. 106. 
30. 



n Exod. 6. 
25. 



o Ps. 106. 
30. 



P Deut. 4. 3. 
1 Cor. 10. 8. 



A 



Phinehas killeth Zimri and Cozbi. 

II the first of the nations, but his latter end 
II shall be that he perish for ever. 

21 And he looked on the Kenites, and 
took up his parable, and said. Strong is thy 
dwelling-place, and thou puttest thy nest in 
a rock. 

22 Nevertheless, fthe Kenite shall be 
wasted, || until Asshur shall carry thee away 
captive. 

23 And he took up his parable, and said, 
Alas, who shall live when God doeth this ! 

24 And ships shall come from the coast 
of ^Chittim, and shall afflict Asshur, and 
shall afflict ^Eber, and he also shall perish 
for ever. 

25 And Balaam rose up, and went and 
^returned to his place: and Balak also went 
his way. 

CHAP. XXV. 

1 Jsrael at Shittim commit whoredom and idolatry. 6 
Phinehas killeth Zimri and Cozbi. 10 God therefore 
giveth him an everlasting priesthood. 16 The Midian- 
ites are to he vexed. 

ND Israel abode in ^Shittim, and ^the 
people began to commit whoredom 
with the daughters of Moab. 

2 And ''they called the people unto ^the 
sacrifices of their gods : and the people did 
eat, and ^ bowed down to their gods. 

3 And Israel joined himself unto Baal- 
peor: and *^the anger of the Lord was 
kindled against Israel. 

4 And the Lord said unto Moses, ^Take 
all the heads of the people, and hang them 
up before the Lord against the sun, ''that 
the fierce anger of the Lord may be turned 
away from Israel. 

5 And Moses said unto 'the judges of 
Israel, ''Slay ye every one his men that were 
joined unto Baal-peor. 

6 IT And, behold, one of the children of 
Israel came and brought unto his brethren 
a Midianitish woman in the sight of Moses, 
and in the sight of all the congregation of 
the children of Israel, 'who were weeping be- 
fore the door of the tabernacle of the con- 
gregation. 

7 And "when Phinehas, " the son of Ele- 
azar, the son of Aaron the priest, saw zV, he 
rose up from among the congregation, and 
took a javelin in his hand ; 

8 And he went after the man of Israel 
into the tent, and thrust both of them through, 
the man of Israel, and the woman through 
her belly: So °the plague was stayed from 
the children of Israel. 

9 And P those that died in the plague were 
twenty and four thousand. 

10 If And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

152 



The families and number of Israel , 

11 iPhinehas, the son of Eleazar, the son 
of Aaron the priest, hath turned my wrath 
away from the children of Israel (while he 
was zealous t for my sake among them) that 
I consumed not the children of Israel in ""my 
jealousy. 

12 Wherefore say, ^Behold, I give unto 
him my covenant of peace : 

13 And he shall have it, and *his seed 
after him, even the covenant of "an everlast- 
ing priesthood ; because he was * zealous 
for his God, and ^made an atonement for 
the children of Israel. 

14 Now the name of the Israelite that 
was slain, eve?i that was slain with the 
Midianitish woman, was Zimri, the son of 
Salu, a prince of a t chief house among the 
Simeonites. 

15 And the name of the Midianitish woman 
that was slain was Cozbi the daughter of 
*Zur ; he was head over a people, and of a 
chief house in Midian. 

16 IT And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

17 ''Vex the Midianites and smite them : 

18 For they vex you with their ''wiles, 
wherewith they have beguiled you in the 
matter of Peor, and in the matter of Cozbi, 
the daughter of a prince of Midian, their 
sister, which was slain in the day of the 
plague for Peor's sake. 

CHAP. XXVI. 

1 The sum of all Israel is taken in the plains of Moab. 
52 The law of dividing among them the inheritance of 
the land. 57 The families and number of the Levites. 
63 None were left of them which were numbered at 
Siiiai, but Caleb and Joshua. 

AND it came to pass after the plague, 
that the Lord spake unto Moses, and 
unto Eleazar the son of Aaron the priest, 
saying, 

2 ''Take the sum of all the congregation 
of the children of Israel, ^from twenty years 
old and upward, throughout their fathers' 
house, all that are able to go to war in 
Israel. 

3 And Moses and Eleazar the priest spake 
with them "^in the plains of Moab by Jordan 
near Jericho, saying, 

4 Take the sum of the people, from twenty 
years old and upward ; as the Lord ^ com- 
manded Moses and the children of Israel, 
which went forth out of the land of Egypt. 

5 H^ Reuben the eldest son of Israel: the 
children of Reuben; H3.noch, of whom cometh 
the family of the Hanochites : of Pallu, the 
family of the Palluites : 

6 Of Hezron, the family of the Hezron- 
ites ; of Carmi, the family of the Carmites. 

7 These are the families of the Rcuben- 

V 



CHAP. XXVL 



Before 
CHRIST 

1452. 



Ps. 106. 



t Ileb. 
with, my 
zeal : 
I See 2 Cor. 
11.2. 

r Exod. 20. 
5. 

Deut. 32. 16, 
21. 

1 Kings 14. 
•^2. 

Ps. 78. 58. 
Ezek. 16. 
38. 

Zcph. 1. 18. 
& 3. 8. 
s Mai. 2. 4, 
5. & 3. 1. 



t See 

1 Chron. 6. 

4, &c. 

u Exod. 40. 

15. 



X Acts 22. 3. 
Rom. 10. 2. 
y Hebr. 2. 
17. 

t Heb. 
house of a, 
father. 



7. ch. 31. 8. 
Josh. 13. 21. 



a ch. 31. 2. 

b ch.31.16. 
Rev. 2. 14. 



a Exod. 30. 
12. & 38. 
25, 20. 



ch. 1. 
b ch. 



2. 
1. 3. 



c vpr. 63. 
ch. 22. 1. 
& 31. 12. 
& 33. 48. 
& 35. 1. 



d ch. 1. 1. 



e Gen. 46. 8. 
Exod. (i. 14 
1 Chron. 5. 
1. 



Berore 
CHRIST 

1452. 



fch. 16.1,2. 



g ch. 16. 
32, 35. 



h ch. 16. 38. 
See 

1 Cor. 10. 6. 

2 Pet. 2.6. 
i Exod. 6. 
24. 

1 Chron. 6. 
22. 

k Gen. 46. 

10. 

Exod. 6. 15, 

Jcmuel. 

1 1 Chron. 4. 

24, 

Jarib. 

m Gen. 46. 

10, 

Zohar. 



n Gen. 46. 

16, 

Ziphian. 



II Or. 

Ezbon. 
Gen. 46. 16. 



o Gen. 46. 
16, . 
Jlrodi. 



n Gen. 38. 
2, &c. & 
46. 12. 



q 1 Chron. 
2.3. 



r Gen. 46. 
13. 

I Chron. 7. 
1. 

II Or, 
Phiicah. 

II Or, Job. 



taken in the plains of Moab. 

ites : and they that were numbered of them 
were forty and three thousand and seven 
hundred and thirty. 

8 And the sons of Pallu ; Eliab. 

9 And the sons of Eliab ; Nemuel, and 
Dathan, and Abiram. This is that Dathan 
and Abiram, which were ^ famous in the con- 
gregation, who strove against Moses and 
against Aaron in the company of Korah, 
when they strove against the Lord : 

10 s And the earth opened her mouth, and 
swallowed them up together with Korah, 
when that company died, what time the 
fire devoured two hundred and fifty men : 
^ and they became a sign. 

11 Notwithstanding 'the children of Korah 
died not. 

12 HThe sons of Simeon after their fami- 
lies : of ^ Nemuel, the family of the Nemu- 
elites : of Jamin, the family of the Jaminites: 
of ' Jachin, the family of the Jachinites : 

13 Of ""Zerah, the family of the Zarhites : 
of Shaul, the family of the Shaulites. 

14 These are the families of the Sime- 
onites, twenty and two thousand and two 
hundred. 

15 IF The children of Gad after their 
families: of "Zephon, the family of the 
Zephonites : of Haggi, the family of the 
Haggites : of Shuni, the family of the Shu- 
nites : 

16 Of [| Ozni, the family of the Oznites : 
of Eri, the family of the Erites : 

17 Of ° Arod, the family of the Arodites : 
of Areli, the family of the Arelites. 

18 These are the families of the children 
of Gad, according to those that were num- 
bered of them, forty thousand and five hun- 
dred. 

19 Up The sons of Judah were Er and 
Onan : and Er and Onan died in the land 
of Canaan. 

20 And ithe sons of Judah after their 
families were ; of Shelah, the family of the 
Shelanites : of Pharez, the family of the 
Pharezites : of Zerah, the family of the Zar- 
hites. 

21 And the sons of Pharez were ; of 
Hezron, the family of the Hezronites : of 
Hamul, the family of the Hamulites. 

22 These are the families of Judah ac- 
cording to those that were numbered of 
them, threescore and sixteen thousand and 
five hundred. 

23 1[ ■■ Of the sons of Issachar after their 
families: of Tola, the family of the Tola- 
ites : of || Pua, the family of the Punites : 

24 Of II Jashub, the family of the Jashub- 
ites : of Shimron, the familv of the Shim- 
ronites. 



1 



53 



Israel is numbered 

25 These are the families of Issachar ac- 
cording to those that were numbered of 
them, threescore and four thousand and 
three hundred. 

2iy ^^0/ the sons of Zebulun after their 
famihes : of Sered, the family of the Sar- 
dites : of Elon, the family of the Elonites : 
of Jahleel, the family of the Jahleelites. 

27 These are the families of the Zebu- 
lunites according to those that were num- 
bered of them, threescore thousand and five 
hundred. 

28 IF 'The sons of Joseph after their fami- 
lies were Manasseh and Ephraim. 

29 Of the sons of Manasseh : of "Machir, 
the family of the Machirites : and Machir 
begat Gilead : of Gilead come the family of 
the Gileadites. 

30 These are the sons of Gilead : of 
* Jeezer, the family of the Jeezerites : of 
Helek, the family of the Helekites : 

31 And of Asriel, the family of the As- 
rielites : and of Shechem, the family of the 
Shechemites : 

32 And of Shemida, the family of the 
Shemidaites : and of Hepher, the family 
of the Hepherites, 

331lAnd''Zelophehad the son of Hepher 
had no sons, but daughters : and the names 
of the daughters of Zelophehad were Mah- 
lah, and Noah, Hoglah, Milcah, and Tirzah. 

34 These are the families of Manasseh, 
and those that were numbered of them, fifty 
and two thousand and seven hundred. 

35 H These are the sons of Ephraim after 
their families : of Shuthelah, the family of 
the Shuthalhites : of ^ Becher, the family of 
the Bachrites : of Tahan, the family of the 
Tahanites. 

36 And these are the sons of Shuthelah : 
of Eran, the family of the Eranites. 

37 These are the families of the sons of 
Ephraim according to those that were num- 
bered of them, thirty and two thousand and 
five hundred. These are the sons of Joseph 
after their families. 

38 H ^ The sons of Benjamin after their 
families : of Bela, the family of the Belaites : 
of Ashbel, the family of the Ashbelites : of 
"^ Ahiram, the family of the Ahiramites : 

39 Of ^ Shupham, the family of the Shu- 
phamites : of Hupham, the family of the 
Huphamites. 

40 And the sons of Bela were ^ Ard and 
Naaman : of Ard, the family of the Ardites : 
and of Naaman, the family of the Naamites. 

41 These are the sons of Benjamin after 
their families : and they that were numbered 
of them were forty and five thousand and six 
hundred. 



NUMBERS. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1452. 


1452. 




e Gen. 46. 




23. 




II Or, 




Hashim. 


8 Gen 46. 




14. 






f Gen. 46. 




17. 




1 Chron. 7. 




30. 


t Gen. 46. 




20. 




uJoah.17.1. 




1 Chron. 7. 




14, 15. 




X Called 




.meter, 
Josh. li. 2. 






Judff. 6. 11, 
24,34. 






g Gen. 46. 




1 Chron. 7. 




13. 




h 1 Chron. 




7.13, 




Shallum. 


y ch. 27. 1. 




& 36. 11. 






i See 




ch. 1. 46. 




k Josh. 11. 




23, & 14. 1. 


7. \ Chron. 7. 




20, 




Bered. 






1 ch. 33. 54. 




t Heb. 




multiply his 




inhrritance. 




t Heb. 




diminish his 




inheritance. 




m ch. 31. 54. 




& 34. 1.4. 




.losh. 11. 




23. &. 14. 2. 


a Gen. 46. 




21. 




1 Chron. 7. 




6. 




b Gen. 46. 




21, 




Ehi. 


n Gen. 46. 


1 Chron. 8. 


n. 


J, 


Exo-l. 6. 16, 


Mharah. 


17, 18, 10. 


c Gen. 46. 


1 Chioii. 6. 


21, 


1,16. 


Jfitppim and 




Hupvim. 
(1 1 Chron. 






8.3, 
Addar. 





fjy their tribes, 

42 1 « These are the sons of Dan after 
their families : of || Shuham, the family of 
the Shuhamites. These are the families of 
Dan after their families. 

43 All the families of the Shuhamites 
according to those that were numbered of 
them, were threescore and four thousand 
and four hundred. 

44 11 *■ O/* the children of Asher after their 
families : of Jimna, the family of the Jim- 
nites : of Jesui, the family of the Jesuites : 
of Beriah, the family of the Beriites, 

45 Of the sons of Beriah : of Heber, the 
family of the Heberites : of Malchiel, the 
family of the Malchielites. 

46 And the name of the daughter of 
A^sher was Sarah. 

47 These are the families of the sons of 
Asher according to those that were num- 
bered of them ; who were fifty and three 
thousand and four hundred. 

48 1[ ^ Of the sons of Naphtali after their 
families : of Jahzeel, the family of the Jah- 
zeelites : of Guni, the family of the Gunites : 

49 Of Jezer, the family of the Jezerites : 
of ^Shillem, the family of the Shillemites. 

50 These are the families of Naphtali 
according to their families : and they that 
were numbered of them, were forty and five 
thousand and four hundred. 

51 ' These were the numbered of the chil- 
dren of Israel, six hundred thousand and a 
thousand seven hundred and thirty. 

52 IT And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

53 ''Unto these the land shall be divided 
for an inheritance, according to the number 
of names. 

54 ' To many thou shalt t give the more 
inheritance, and to few thou shalt t give 
the less inheritance : to every one shall his 
inheritance be given, according to those that 
were numbered of him. 

55 Notwithstanding, the land shall be 
™ divided by lot : according to the names 
of the tribes of their fathers they shall in- 
herit. 

56 According to the lot shall the posses- 
sion thereof be divided between many and 
few. 

57 % "And these are they that were num- 
bered of the Levites after their families: 
of Gershon, the family of the Gershonites: 
of Kohath, the family of the Kohathites: 
of Merari, the family of the Merarites. 

58 These are the families of the Levites : 
the family of the Libnites, the family of the 
Hebronites, the family of the Mahlites, the 
family of the Mushites, the family of the 
Korathites, And Kohath begat Amram, 

154 



7%c law of ifiheritatices, 

59 And the name of Amram*s wife was 
^Jochebed, the daughter of Levi, whom her 
mother bare to Levi in Egypt : and she bare 
unto Amram, Aaron and Moses, and Miriam 
their sister. 

60 PAnd unto Aaron was born Nadab, 
and Abihu, Eleazar, and Ithamar. 

61 And 1 Nadab and Abihu died, when 
they offered strange fire before the Lord. 

62 'And those that were numbered of 
them were twenty and three thousand, all 
males from a month old and upward : ^ for 
they were not numbered among the children 
of Israel, because there was *no inlieritance 
given them among the children of Israel. 

63 IF These are they that were numbered 
by Moses and Eleazar the priest, who num- 
bered the children of Israel "in the plains of 
Moab by Jordan near Jericho. 

64 *But among these there was not a man 
of them whom Moses and Aaron the priest 
numbered, when they numbered the children 
of Israel in the wilderness of Sinai. 

65 For the Lord had said of them. They 
y shall surely die in the wilderness. And 
there was not left a man of them, ^save Ca- 
leb the son of Jephunneh, and Joshua the 
son of Nun. 

CHAP. XXVIL 

1 The daiighters of Zelophehad sue for an inheritance. 
6 The law of inheritances. 12 Moses, being told of 
his death, sueth for a successor. 18 Joshua is appoint- 
ed to succeed him. 

THEN came the daughters of ^Zelophe- 
had, the son of Hepher, the son of 
Gilead, the son of Machir, the son of Ma- 
nasseh, of the families of Manasseh the son 
of Joseph: and these are the names of his 
daughters; Mahlah, Noah, and Hoglah, and 
Milcah, and Tirzah. 

2 And they stood before Moses, and before 
Eleazar the priest, and before the princes, and 
all the congregation, 6?/ the door of the taber- 
nacle of the congregation, saying, 

3 Our father ^died in the wilderness, and 
he was not in the company of them that ga- 
thered themselves together against the Lord 
''in the company of Korah; but died in his 
own sin, and had no sons. 

4 Why should the name of our father be 
tdone away from among his family, because 
he hath no son ? ^ Give unto us therefore a 
possession among the brethren of our father. 

5 And Moses « brought their cause before 
the Lord. 

6 lIAnd the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

7 The daughters of Zelophehad speak 
right: ^thou shalt surely give them a posses- 
sion of an inheritance among their father's 



CHAP. XXVIL 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 

o Exod.2.1, 
1. &. b. 20. 



p ch. 3. 3. 



g Lev. 10. 
i. 2. 
ch. 3. 4. 
1 Chron. 
24. 2. 
r See 
ch. 3. 39. 



s ch. 1. 49. 



t ch. 18.20. 
23, 24. 
Deut. 10.9. 
Josh. 13. 14, 
33. & 14. 3. 



u ver. 3. 



X ch. 1. 
Deut. 2. 14, 
15. 



y ch. 14. 28. 

29. 

1 Cor. 10. 5, 

6. 

z ch. 14. 30. 



a ch. 26. 33. 
& 36. 1, 11. 
Josh. 17. 3. 



b ch. 14. 35. 
&: 26. 64, 65. 



cch. 16.1,2. 



t Hcb. 
diminished. 

d JoDh.17.4. 



e Exod. 18. 
15, 19. 



f ch. 36. 2. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 



g ch. 35. 29. 



h ch. 33.47. 
Deut. 3. 27. 
& 32. 49. & 
34. 1. 



i ch. 20. 24, 
28. &. 31. 2. 
Deut. 10. 6. 

k ch. 20. 12, 
24. 

Deut. 1. 37. 
& 32. 51. 
Ps. 106. 32. 



1 Exod. 17. 
7. 



mch.16.22. 
Hebr. 12. 9. 



n Deut. 31. 

2. 

1 Sam. 8. 20. 
& 18. 13. 

2 Chron. 1. 
10. 



1 Kings 
22. 17. 
Zech. 10. 2. 
Matt. 9. 36. 
Mark 6. .34. 

p Gen. 41. 

Judg. 3. 10. 
& 11. 29. 

1 Sam. 16. 
13, 18. 

q Deut. 34. 

9. 

r Deut. 31. 



s See ch. 11. 
17, 28. 

1 Sam. 10. 6, 
9. 

2 Kings 2. 
15. 

t Josh. 1. 16, 

17. 

u See 

Josh. 9. 14. 

Judg. 1. 1. 

& 20. 18, 

23. 26. 

1 Sam. 23.9. 

& 30. 7. 

X Exod. 28. 

30. 

y Josh. 9. 14. 

1 Sam. 22. 

10. 13. 15. 



z Deut. 3. 
28 & 31. 7. 



Joshua appointed to succeed Moses. 

brethren ; and thou shalt cause the inherit- 
ance of their father to pass unto them. 

8 And thou shalt speak unto the children 
of Israel, saying. If a man die, and have no 
son, then ye shall cause his inheritance to 
pass unto his daughter. 

9 And if he have no daughter, then ye shall 
give his inheritance unto his brethren. 

10 And if he have no brethren, then ye 
shall give his inheritance unto his father's 
brethren. 

11 And if his father have no brethren, 
then ye shall give his inheritance unto his 
kinsman that is next to him of his family, 
and he shall possess it: and it shall be unto 
the children of Israel sa statute of judgment, 
as the Lord commanded Moses. 

12 IT And the Lord said unto Moses, 
''Get thee up into this mount Abarim, and see 
the land which I have given unto the children 
of Israel. 

13 And when thou hast seen it, thou also 
' shalt be gathered unto thy people, as Aaron 
thy brother was gathered. 

14 For ye "^rebelled against my command- 
ment in the desert of Zin, in the strife of the 
congregation, to sanctify me at the water 
before their eyes : that is the ' water of Me- 
ribah in Kadesh in the wilderness of Zin. 

15 HAnd Moses spake unto the Lord, 
saying, 

16 Let the Lord, ""the God of the spirits 
of all flesh, set a man over the congregation, 

17 "Which may go out before them, and 
which may go in before them, and which 
may lead them out, and which may bring 
them in ; that the congregation of the Lord 
be not °as sheep which have no shepherd. 

18 IF And the Lord said unto Moses, 
Take thee Joshua the son of Nun, a man 
Pin whom is the spirit, and "lay thine hand 
upon him; 

19 And set him before Eleazar the priest, 
and before all the congregation: and •" give 
him a charge in their sight. 

20 And nhou shalt put some of thine ho- 
nour upon him, that all the congregation of 
the children of Israel *may be obedient. 

21 "And he shall stand before Eleazar the 
priest, who shall ask counsel for him * after 
the judgment of Urim before the Lord : 
y at his word shall they go out, and at his 
word they shall come in, both he, and all the 
children of Israel with him, even all the con- 
gregation. 

22 And Moses did as the Lord com- 
manded him: and he took Joshua, and set 
him before Eleazar the priest, and before all 
the congregation: 

23 And he laid his hands upon him, ^and 

155 



Solemn feasts 

gave him a charge, as the Lord commanded 
by the hand of Moses. 

CHAP. XXVIII. 

1 Offerings are to be observed. 3 The continual biirnt- 
offering. 9 The offering on the sabbath, Won the 
new moons, \Q at the passover, 26 in the day of 
first-fruits. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 
ing, 

2 Command the children of Israel, and 
say unto them, My offering, and ''my bread 
for my sacrifices made by fire, ybr fa sweet 
savour unto me, shall ye observe to offer un- 
to me in their due season. 

3 And thou shalt say unto them, ^ This 
is the offering made by fire which ye shall 
offer unto the Lord ; two lambs of the first 
year without spot fday by day, for a con- 
tinual burnt-offering. 

4 The one lamb shalt thou offer in the 
morning, and the other lamb shalt thou offer 
t at even : 

5 And '^a tenth joar^ of an ephah of flour 
for a '^meat-offering, mingled with the fourth 
part ofan'^hin of beaten oil. 

6 // is ^a continual burnt-offering, which 
was ordained in mount Sinai for a sweet 
savour, a sacrifice made by fire unto the 
Lord. 

7 And the drink-offering thereof shall he 
the fourth part of an bin for the one lamb : 
^in the holy place shalt thou cause the strong 
wine to be poured unto the Lord for a 
drink-offering : 

8 And the other lamb shalt thou offer at 
even : as the meat-offering of the morning, 
and as the drink-offering thereof, thou shalt 
offer z7, a sacrifice made by fire, of a sweet 
savour unto the Lord. 

9 IFAnd on the sabbath-day two lambs of 
the first year without spot, and two tenth- 
deals of flour for a meat-offering, mingled 
with oil, and the drink-offering thereof: 

10 This is ^ihe burnt-offering of every 
sabbath, beside the continual burnt-offering, 
and his drink-offering. 

11 H And 'in the beginnings of your 
months ye shall oflfer a burnt-offering unto 
the Lord; two young bullocks, and one 
ram, seven lambs of the first year without 
spot; 

12 And '^ three tenth-deals of flour for a 
meat-offering, mingled with oil, for one bul- 
lock ; and two tenth-deals of flour for a meat- 
offering, mingled with oil, for one ram ; 

13 And a several tenth-deal of flour min- 
gled with oil for a meat-offering unto one 
lamb, for a burnt-oflfering of a sweet savour, 
a sacrifice made by fire unto the Lord. 

14 And their drink-offerings shall be half 



NUMBERS. 



and their offi 



enngs. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 



a Lev. 3.11. 

& 21. 6, 8. 
Mai. 1.7,12. 
t Heb. 
a savour c^f 
viy rest. 



b Exod. 29. 

38. 



t Heb. 
m a day. 



t Heb. 
between Hie 
two even- 
ings. 

Exod. 12.0. 
c Exod. 16. 
36. 

ch. 15. 4. 
d Lev. 2. 1. 
e Exod. 29. 
40. 

f Exod. 29. 
42. 

See Amos 
5. 25. 



u 



Exod. 29. 



h Ezck. 46. 
4. 



i ch. 10. 10. 

1 Sam. 20. 5. 
lChron.23. 

n. 

2 Chron. 2. 
4. 

Ezra 3. 5. 
Neh. 10. 33. 
Isai. 1. 13, 
14. 

Ezek. 45.17. 
& 46. 6. 
Hos. 2. 11. 
Col. 2. 16. 
k ch. 15. 1, 
-12. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 



1 ver. 22. 
ch. 15. 24. 



m Exod. 12. 
6, 18. 

Lev. 23. 5. 
ch. 9. 3. 
Deut. 16. 1. 
Ezek. 4,5.21. 
n Lev. 23.6. 



o Exod. 12. 

16. 

Lev. 23. 7. 



p ver. 31. 
Lev. 22. 20. 
ch. 29. 8. 
Deut. 15. 21. 



q ver. 15. 



r Exod. 12. 
16. & 13. 6. 
Lev. 23. 8. 



B Exod. 23. 
16. & 34.22. 
Lev. 23. 10, 
15. 

Deut. 16. 10. 
Acts 2. 1. 



t See Lev. 
23. 18, 19. 



B ver. 19. 



an hin of wine unto a bullock, and the third 
part of an hin unto a ram, and a fourth part 
ofanhinunto a lamb : this is the burnt-off'er- 
ing of every month throughout the months 
of the year. 

15 And ^one kid of the goats for a sm- 
offering unto the Lord shall be oflfered, be- 
side the continual burnt-offering, and his 
drink-offering. 

16 "And in the fourteenth day of the 
first month is the passover of the Lord. 

17 " And in the fifteenth day of this month 
is the feast: seven days shall unleavened 
bread be eaten. 

18 In the ° first day shall he an holy con- 
vocation ; ye shall do no manner of servile 
work therein : 

19 But ye shall offer a sacrifice made by 
fireybr a burnt-offering unto the Lord; two 
young bullocks, and one ram, and seven 
lambs of the first year: Pthey shah be unto 
you without blemish : 

20 And their meat-offering shall he of 
flour mingled with oil: three tenth-deals 
shall ye offer for a bullock, and two tenth- 
deals for a ram ; 

21 A several tenth-deal shalt thou offer 
for every lamb, throughout the seven lambs : 

22 And 1 one goat for a sin-offering, to 
make an atonement for you. 

23 Ye shall offer these beside the burnt- 
offering in the morning, which is for a con- 
tinual burnt-offering. 

24 After this manner ye shall offer daily 
throughout the seven days, the meat of the 
sacrifice made by fire, of a sweet savour unto 
the Lord : it shall be offered beside the con- 
tinual burnt-offering, and his drink-offering. 

25 And ""on the seventh day ye shall have 
an holy convocation ; ye shall do no servile 
work. 

26 II Also ^in the day of the first-fruits, 
when ye bring a new meat-offering unto the 
Lord, after your weeks he out, ye shall have an 
holy convocation ; ye shall do no servile work: 

27 But ye shall oflfer the burnt-offering 
for a sweet savour unto the Lord ; ' two 
young bullocks, one ram, seven lambs of 
the first year; 

28 And their meat-offering of flour min- 
gled with oil, three tenth-deals unto one bul- 
lock, two tenth-deals unto one ram, 

29 A several tenth-deal unto one lamb, 
throughout the seven lambs ; 

30 Ajid one kid of the goats, to make an 
atonement for you. 

31 Ye shah oflfer /Aem beside the continual 
burnt-offering and his meat-oflfering ("they 
shall be unto you without blemish) ana their 
drink-offerings. 

156 



Solemn feasts 



CHAP. XXIX. 



CHAP. XXIX. 



1 The offerings at the feast of trumpets, 7 at the day of 
afflicting their souls, 13 and on the eight days of the 
feast of tabernacles. 

AND in the seventh month, on the first 
day of the month, ye shall have an holy 
convocation ; ye shall do no servile work : "^it 
is a day of blowing the trumpets unto you. 

2 And ye shall offer a burnt-offering for a 
sweet savour unto the Lord ; one young 
bullock, one ram, and seven lambs of the 
first year without blemish : 

3 And their meat-ofTering shall be of flour 
mingled with oil, three tenth-deals for a bul- 
lock, a}id two tenth-deals for a ram, 

4 And one tenth-deal for one lamb, through- 
out the seven lambs : 

5 And one kid of the goats ybr a sin-offer- 
ing, to make an atonement for you : 

6 Beside ^ the burnt-offering of the month, 
and his meat-offering, and •= the daily burnt- 
offering, and his meat-offering, and their 
drink-offerings, "^according unto their man- 
ner, for a sweet savour, a sacrifice made by 
fire unto the Lord. 

7 IT And «ye shall have on the tenth day 
of this seventh month an holy convocation : 
and ye shall ^afflict your souls : ye shall not 
do any work therein : 

8 But ye shall offer a burnt-offering unto 
the Lord Jor a sweet savour ; one young 
bullock, one ram, and seven lambs of the 
first year ; s they shall be unto you without 
blemish : 

9 And their meat-offering shall be of flour 
mingled with oil, three tenth-deals to a bul- 
lock, a7id two tenth-deals to one ram, 

10 A several tenth-deal for one lamb, 
throughout the seven lambs : 

11 One kid of the goats ybr a sin-offering; 
beside ^the sin-oflfering of atonement, and 
the continual burnt-oflfering, and the meat- 
offering of it, and their drink-offerings. 

12 1[ And ' on the fifteenth day of the 
seventh month ye shall have an holy convo- 
cation ; ye shall do no servile work, and ye 
shall keep a feast unto the Lord seven 
days : 

13 And ^ ye shall oflfer a burnt-offering, ri 
sacrifice made by fire, of a sweet savour unto 
the Lord; thirteen young bullocks, two rams, 
and fourteen lambs of the first year ; they 
shall be without blemish : 

14 And their meat-offering shall be q/" flour 
mingled with oil, three tenth-deals unto every 
bullock of the thirteen bullocks, two tenth- 
deals to each ram of the two rams, 

15 And a several tenth-deal to each lamb 
of the fourteen lambs : 

16 And one kid of the goats/or a sin-oflTer- 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 



a Lev. 23. 
34. 



b ch. 28. 11. 
c ch. 28. 3. 



d ch. 15. 11. 
12. 



e Lev. 16. 
29. & 23. 27. 



f Ps. ;«. 13. 

Isai. 58. 5. 



g ch. 28. 19. 



h Lev. 10. 3, 

5. 



i Lev. 23. 33. 
Deut. 16. 13. 
Ezek.45.25. 



k Ezra 3. 4. 



Bet'or,e 

CHRIST 

14.52. 



1 ver. 3, 4, 9, 

10. 

ch. 15. 12.& 

28. 7, 14. 



m ver. 18. 



mg; 



and their offerings, 

beside the continual burnt-offering, his 
meat-offering, and his drink-offering. 

17 If And on the second day ye shall offer 
twelve young bullocks, two rams, fourteen 
lambs of the first year without spot : 

18 And their meat-offering and their 
drink-offerings for the bullocks, for the rams, 
and for the lambs, shall be according to their 
number, ^ after the manner : 

19 And one kid of the goats for a sm- 
offering ; beside the continual burnt-offering, 
and the meat-offering thereof, and their 
drink-offerings. 

20 H And on the third day eleven bullocks, 
two rams, fourteen lambs of the first year 
without blemish : 

21 And their meat-offering and their 
drink-offerings for the bullocks, for the rams, 
and for the lambs, shall be according to their 
number, "» after the manner : 

22 And one goatybr a sin-offering ; beside 
the continual burnt-offering, and his meat- 
offering, and his drink-offering. 

23 IF And on the fourth day ten bullocks, 
two rams, and fourteen lambs of the first 
year without blemish : 

24 Their meat-offering and their drink- 
offerings for the bullocks, for the rams, and 
for the lambs, shall be according to their 
number, after the manner : 

25 And one kid of the goats for a sin- 
offering ; beside the continual burnt-offering, 
his meat-offering, and his drink-offering. 

26 IF And on the fifth day nine bullocks, 
two rams, and fourteen lambs of the first 
year without spot: 

27 And their meat-offering and their 
drink-offerings for the bullocks, for the rams, 
and for the lambs, shall be according to their 
number, after the manner : 

28 And one goatybr a sin-offering ; beside 
the continual burnt-offering, and his meat- 
offering, and his drink-offering. 

29 IF And on the sixth day eight bullocks, 
two rams, and fourteen lambs of the first 
year without blemish : 

30 And their meat-offering and their 
drink-offerings for the bullocks, for the rams, 
and for the lambs, shall be according to their 
number, after the manner : 

3 1 And one goatybr a sin-offering ; beside 
the continual burnt-offering, his meat-offer- 
ing, and his drink-offering. 

32 IF And on the seventh day seven bul- 
locks, two rams, and fourteen lambs of the 
first year without blemish : 

33 And their meat-offering and their 
drink-oflferings for the bullocks, for the rams, 
and for the lambs, shall be according to their 
number, after the manner : 

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Vows are fiol 

34 And one goat for a sin-offering ; beside 
the continual burnt-offering, his meat-offer- 
ing, and his drink-offering, 

35 IF On the eighth day ye shall have a 
" solemn assembly : ye shall do no servile 
work therein: 

36 But ye shall offer a burnt-offering, a 
sacrifice made by fire,of a sweet savour unto 
the Lord : one bullock, one ram, seven 
lambs of the first year without blemish : 

37 Their meat-offering and their drink- 
offerings for the bullock, for the ram, and 
for the lambs, shall be according to their 
number, after the manner : *' 

38 And one goatyor a sin-offering ; beside 
the continual burnt-offering, and his meat- 
offering, and his drink-offering. 

39 These things ye shall j] do unto the 
Lord in your ° set feasts, beside your pvows, 
and your free-will-offerings, for your burnt- 
offerings, and for your meat-offerings, and 
for your drink-offerings, and for your peace- 
offerings. 

40 And Moses told the children of Israel 
according to all that the Lord commanded 
Moses. 

CHAP. XXX. 

1 Vows are not to be broken. 3 The exception of a 
maicfs vow. 6 Of a wife's. 9 Of a widow's, or her 
that is divorced. 

AND Moses spake unto ^the heads of the 
tribes concerning the children of Israel, 
saying. This is the thing which the Lord 
hath commanded. 

2 ''If a man vow a vow unto the Lord, or 
*= swear an oath to bind his soul with a bond ; 
he shall not t break his word, he shall ^ do 
according to all that proceedeth out of his 
mouth. 

3 If a woman also vow a vow unto the 
Lord, and bind herself by a bond, being in 
her father's house in her youth ; 

4 And her father hear her vow, and her 
bond wherewith she hath bound her soul, 
and her father shall hold his peace at her ; 
then all her vows shall stand, and every 
bond wherewith she hath bound her soul 
shall stand. 

5 But if her father disallow her in the day 
that he heareth, not any of her vows or of 
her bonds wherewith she hath bound her 
soul shall stand ; and the Lord shall foro-ive 
her, because her father disallowed her. 

6 And if she had at all an husband when 
t she vowed, or uttered aught out of her 
lips, wherewith she bound her soul: 

7 And her husband heard i7, and held his 
peace at her in the day that he heard it: then 
her vows shall stand, and her bonds where- 
with she bound her soul shall stand. 



NUMBERS. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1452. 


1452. 




e Gen. 3. 16. 


n Lev. 23. 
36. 




II Or, offer. 




Lev. 23. 2. 

1 Chron. 2.3. 
31. 

2 Chron. 31. 
3. 

Ezra 3. 5. 
Neh. 10. 33. 
Isai. 1. 14. 
p Lev. 7. 11, 
16.&SS.21, 
23. 




a ch. 1. 4, 
16. &L 7. S. 




b Lev. 27. 2. 
Deut. 23. 21. 
Judg. 11.30, 
35. 

Eccles. 5. 4. 
c Lev. 5. 4. 
Matt. 14. 9. 
Acts 23. 14. 
t Heb. 
profane. 
Ps. 55. 20. 
fl Job 22. 
27. 

Ps. 22. 25. & 
.50. 14. & 66. 
13, 14. & 116. 
14, 18. 
Nah. 1. 15. 






a ch. 25. 17. 




b ch. 27. 13. 


t Heb. her 
VOIDS were 
uoon her. 
Vs. .56. 12. 






T Heb. 
A thousand 
of a tribe, a 
thousand of 
a tribi. 



to be broken, 

8 But if her husband ^ disallowed her on 
the day that he heard it, then he shall make 
her vow which she vowed, and that which 
she uttered with her lips, wherewith she 
bound her soul, of none effect ; and the Lord 
shall forgive her. 

9 But every vow of a widow, and of her 
that is divorced, wherewith they have bound 
their souls, shall stand against her. 

10 And if she vowed in her husband's 
house, or bound her soul by a bond with an 
oath; 

11 And her husband heard it, and held 
his peace at her, and disallowed her not : 
then all her vows shall stand, and every 
bond wherewith she bound her soul shall 
stand. 

12 But if her husband hath utterly made 
them void on the day he heard them ; then 
whatsoever proceeded out of her lips con- 
cerning her vows, or concerning the bond of 
her soul, shall not stand : her husband hath 
made them void ; and the Lord shall forgive 
her. 

13 Every vow, and every binding oath to 
afflict the soul, her husband may estabhsh it, 
or her husband may make it void. 

14 But if her husband altogether hold his 
peace at her from day to day ; then he esta- 
blisheth all her vows, or all her bonds, which 
are upon her : he confirmeth them, because 
he held his peace at her in the day that he 
heard them. 

15 But if he shall any ways make them 
void after that he hath heard them; then he 
shall bear her iniquity. 

16 These are the statutes which the Lord 
commanded Moses between a man and his 
wife, between the father and his daughter, 
being yet in her youth in her father's house. 

CHAP. XXXL 

1 The Midianites are spoiled, and Balaam slain. 13 
Moses is wroth with the officers, for saving the women 
alive. 19 How the soldiers, with their captives and 
spoil, are to be purified. 25 The proportion whereby 
the prey is to be divided. 48 The voluntary oblation 
unto the treasury of the Lord. 

ND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 



4 



ing» 



2 ^Avenge the children of Israel of the 
Midianites : afterward shalt thou •' be gather- 
ed unto thy people. 

3 And Moses spake unto the people, say- 
ing. Arm some of yourselves unto the war, 
and let them go against the Midianites, and 
avenge the Lord of Midian. 

4 t Of every tribe a thousand, throughout 
all the tribes of Israel, shall ye send to the 
war. 

5 So there were delivered out of the 

158 



The Midianites are spoiled, 

thousands of Israel, a thousand of every 
tribe, twelve thousand armed for war. 

6 And Moses sent them to the war, a 
thousand of every tribe, them and Phinehas 
the son of Eleazar the priest, to the war, 
with the holy instruments, and <= the trumpets 
to blow in his hand. 

7 And they warred against the Midianites, 
as the Lord commanded Moses ; and '^ they 
slew all the ^ males. 

8 And they slew the kings of Midian, 
beside the rest of them that were slain ; 
namely J ^Evi, and Rekem, and Zur, and 
Hur, and Reba, five kings of Midian : s Ba- 
laam also the son of Beor they slew with 
the sword, 

9 And the children of Israel took nil the 
women of Midian captives, and their little 
ones, and took the spoil of all their cattle, 
and all their flocks, and all their goods. 

10 And they burnt all their cities wherein 
they dwelt, and all their goodly castles, with 
fire. 

11 And •'they took all the spoil, and all 
the prey, both of men and of beasts. 

12 And they brought the captives, and 
the prey, and the spoil unto Moses and 
Eleazar the priest, and unto the congregation 
of the children of Israel, unto the camp at 
the plains of Moab, which are by Jordan 
near Jericho. 

13 IT And Moses, and Eleazar the priest, 
and all the princes of the congregation, went 
forth to meet them without the camp. 

14 And Moses was wroth with the officers 
of the host^with the captains over thousands, 
and captains over hundreds, which came from 
the t battle. 

15 And Moses said unto them, Have ye 
saved ' all the women alive ? 

16 Behold, ''these caused the children of 
Israel, through the 'counsel of Balaam, to 
commit trespass against the Lord in the 
matter of Peor, and ""there was a plague 
among the congregation of the Lord. 

17 Now therefore "kill every male among 
the little ones, and kill every woman that 
hath known man by lying with t him. 

18 But all the women-children, that have 
not known a man by lying with him, keep 
alive for yourselves. 

19 And °do ye abide without the camp 
seven days : whosoever hath killed any per- 
son, and p whosoever hath touched any slain, 
purify both yourselves and your captives on 
the third day, and on the seventh day. 

20 And purify all your raiment, and all 
t that is made of skins, and all work of goats' 
hair, and all things made of wood. 

21 H And Eleazar the priest said unto the 



CHAP. XXXL 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 



c ch. 10. 9. 



d Deut 20. 
Vi. 

.ludg. 21. 11. 
] Sam. 27.9. 
1 Kings 11. 
15,16. 
e See 

Judg. 6. 1, 2, 
33. 

f Josh. 13. 
21. 

g Josh. 13. 
22. 



li Deut. 20. 
14. 



t Heb. 
kost of war. 



i See 

Doiit. 20. 13. 
1 Sam. 15. 3. 
k ch. 25. 2. 

1 rh. 24. 14. 

2 Pet. 2. 15. 
Rev. 2. 14. 



m ch. 25. 9. 



n Judg. 21. 
11. 



t Heb. 
a male. 



o ch. 5. 2. 



P ch. 19. 11, 

&c. 



t Heb. 
in.tlriiment, 
or, ncisel of 
skins. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 



I ch. 19. 9. 



r Lev. 11. 
25. 



t Heb. of the 
captivity. 



B Josh. 22. 8. 
1 Sam. 30. 4. 



t See ver. 
30, 47. & 
ch. 18. 26. 



u See ver. 
42.-47. 



II Or, goats. 

X ch. 3. 7, 
8, 25, 31, 36. 
& 18. 3, 4. 



How the prey is to be divided. 

men of war which went to the battle. This is 
the ordinance of the law which the Lord 
commanded Moses ; 

22 Only the gold, and the silver, the brass, 
the iron, the tin, and the lead, 

23 Every thing that may abide the fire, 
ye shall make it go through the fire, and it 
shall be clean : nevertheless it shall be puri- 
fied iwith the water of separation : and all 
that abideth not the fire ye shall make go 
through the water. 

24 "^ And ye shall wash your clothes on the 
seventh day, and ye shall be clean, and after- 
ward ye shall come into the camp. 

25 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

26 Take the sum of the prey t that was 
taken, both of man and of beast, thou, and 
Eleazar the priest, and the chief fathers of 
the congregation : 

27 And ^ divide the prey into two parts ; 
between them that took the war upon them, 
who went out to battle, and between all the 
congregation : 

28 And levy a tribute unto the Lord of 
the men of war which went out to battle : 
*one soul of five hundred, both of the persons, 
and of the beeves, and of the asses, and of 
the sheep : 

29 Take it of their half, and give it unto 
Eleazar the priestj/oranheave-oflfering of the 
Lord. 

30 And of the children of Israel's half, 
thou shalt take " one portion of fifty, of the 
persons, of the beeves, of the asses, and of 
the II flocks, of all manner of beasts, and give 
them unto the Levites, * which keep the 
charge of the tabernacle of the Lord. 

31 And Moses and Eleazar the priest did 
as the Lord commanded Moses. 

32 And the booty, being the rest of the 
prey which the men of war had caught, was 
six hundred thousand and seventy thou- 
sand and five thousand sheep, 

33 And threescore and twelve thousand 
beeves, 

34 And threescore and one thousand 
asses, 

35 And thirty and two thousand persons 
in all, of women that had not known man by 
lying with him. 

36 And the half which was the portion of 
them that went out to war, was in number 
three hundred thousand and seven and thirty 
thousand and five hundred sheep : 

37 And the Lord's tribute of the sheep 
was six hundred and threescore and fifteen. 

38 And the beeves were thirty and six 
thousand ; of which the Lord's tribute was 
threescore and twelve. 

159 



Tlie voluntary oblation of the ojfficers. 

39 And the asses were thirty thousand and 
five hundred ; of which the Lord's tribute 
was threescore and one. 

40 And the persons were sixteen thou- 
sand, of which the Lord's tribute was thirty 
and two persons. 

41 And Moses gave the tribute, which was 
the Lord's heave-offering, unto Eleazar the 
priest, yas the Lord commanded Moses. 

42 And of the children of Israel's half, 
which Moses divided from the men that 
warred, 

43 (Now the half that pertained unto the 
congregation was three hundred thousand 
and thirty thousand and seven thousand and 
five hundred sheep, 

44 And thirty and six thousand beeves, 

45 And thirty thousand asses and five 
hundred, 

46 And sixteen thousand persons ;) 

47 Even '^ of the children of Israel's half, 
Moses took one portion of fifty, both of man 
and of beast, and gave them unto the Levites, 
which kept the charge of the tabernacle of 
the Lord; as the Lord commanded Moses. 

48 IT And the officers which were over 
thousands of the host, the captains of thou- 
sands, and captains of hundreds, came near 
unto Moses : 

49 And they said unto Moses, Thy ser- 
vants have taken the sum of the men of 
war which are under our t charge, and there 
lacketh not one man of us, 

50 We have therefore brought an oblation 
for the Lord, what every man hath t gotten, 
of jewels of gold, chains, and bracelets, 
rings, ear-rings, and tablets, ''to make an 
atonement for our souls before the Lord. 

51 And Moses and Eleazar the priest took 
the gold of them, even all wrought jewels. 

52 And all the gold of the t offering that 
they offered up to the Lord, of the captains 
of thousands, and of the captains of hun- 
dreds, was sixteen thousand seven hundred 
and fifty shekels. 

53 {For ^ the men of war had taken spoil, 
every man for himself.) 

54 And Moses and Eleazar the priest took 
the gold of the captains of thousands, and of 
hundreds, and brought it into the tabernacle 
of the congregation, "for a memorial for the 
children of Israel before the Lord. 

CHAP. xxxn. 

1 The Reubenites and Gadites stie for their inheritance 
on that side Jordan. 6 Moses reproveth them. 16 
They offer him conditions to his content. 33 Moses 
assigneth them the land. 39 They conquer it. 

NOW the children of Reuben and the 
children of Gad had a very great multi- 
tude of cattle : and when they saw the land 



NUMBERS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 



Sec ch. 18. 
19. 



z ver. 30. 



t Heb. hand. 



t Heb. 
found. 



a Exod. 30. 
12, 16. 



t Heb. 
heave-offer- 
ing. 



b Deut. 20. 
14. 



c Kxod. 30. 
16. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 



a ch. 21.32. 
Josh. 13. 25. 
2 Sam. 24. 5. 



b ver. 36, 

Beth-nim- 

rah. 

c ver. 38, 

Shibmcili. 

d ver. 38, 

Baal-mcon. 

e ch. 21. 24, 

34. 



t Heb. 
break. 



f ch. 13. 3, 
26. 



h\ 



Deut. 1. 



h ch. 13. 24, 

31. 

Deut. 1. 24, 

28. 



i ch. 14. 11, 

21. 

Deut. 1. 34. 



k ch. 14. 28, 

29. 

Deut. 1. 35. 



1 ch. 14. 

24. 30. 
t Heb. 
fulfilled 
after me. 



m ch. 14.24. 
Deut. 1. 36. 
Josh. 14.8, 
9. 



n ch. 14. 33, 
34, 35. 
o ch. 26. 64, 
65. 



h! 



Deut. 1. 



q Deut. 30. 
17. 

Josh. 22. 
16, 18. 
2 Chron. 7. 
19. & 15. 2. 



r Josh. 4. 
12, 13. 



Reuben and Gad sue for inheritance. 

of * Jazer, and the land of Gilead, that be- 
hold, the place was a place for cattle ; 

2 The children of Gad and the children of 
Reuben came and spake unto Moses, and to 
Eleazar the priest, and unto the princes of 
the congregation, saying, 

3 Ataroth, and Dibon, and Jazer, and 
''Nimrah, and Heshbon, and Elealeh, and 
^Shebam, and Nebo, and '^Beon, 

4 Even the country ^ which the Lord 
smote before the congregation of Israel, is 
a land for cattle, and thy servants have 
cattle : 

5 Wherefore, said they, if we have found 
grace in thy sight, let this land be given unto 
thy servants for a possession, and bring us 
not over Jordan. 

6 H And Moses said unto the children of 
Gad and to the children of Reuben, Shall 
your brethren go to war, and shall ye sit 
here ? 

7 And wherefore f discourage ye the heart 
of the children of Israel from going over into 
the land which the Lord hath given them? 

8 Thus did your fathers, ^when I sent them 
from Kadesh-barnea &to see the land. 

9 For '^when they went up unto the valley 
of Eshcol,and saw the land, they discouraged 
the heart of the children of Israel, that they 
should not go into the land which the Lord 
had given them, 

10 'And the Lord's anger was kindled 
the same time, and he sware, saying, 

11 Surely none of the men that came up 
out of Egypt, ^ from twenty years old and 
upward, shall see the land which I sware 
unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob ; 
because ^ they have not t wholly followed 
me : 

12 Save Caleb the son of Jephunneh the 
Kenezite, and Joshua the son of Nun: ""for 
they have wholly followed the Lord. 

13 And the Lord's anger was kindled 
against Israel, and he made them "wander in 
the wilderness forty years, until ° all the ge 
neration that had done evil in the 
the Lord was consumed, 

14 And behold, ye are risen up in your 
fathers' stead, an increase of sinful men, to 
augment yet the p fierce anger of the Lord 
toward Israel, 

15 For if ye i turn away from after him, he 
will yet again leave them in the wilderness ; 
and ye shall destroy all this people, 

16 IF And they came near unto him, and 
said. We will build sheep-folds here for our 
cattle, and cities for our little ones : 

17 But ' we ourselves will go ready armed 
before the children of Israel, until we have 
brought them unto their place : and our little 

160 



sight of 



Moses ass'igneth them the lajid 



CHAP. XXXIII. 



ones shall dwell in the fenced cities, because 
of the inhabitants of the land. 

18 *We will not return unto our houses, 
until the children of Israel have inherited 
every man his inheritance. 

19 For we will not inherit with them on 
yonder side Jordan, or forward ; ' because 
our inheritance is fallen to us on this side 
Jordan eastward. 

20 "f[ And '^ Moses said unto them. If ye 
will do this thing, if ye will go armed be- 
fore the Lord to war, 

21 And will go all of you armed over 
Jordan before the Lord, until he hath driven 
out his enemies from before him, 

22 And ^the land be subdued before the 
Lord : then afterward yye shall return, and 
be guiltless before the Lord, and before 
Israel; and nhis land shall be your posses- 
sion before the Lord. 

23 But if ye will not do so, behold, ye 
have sinned against the Lord : and be sure 
*your sin will find you out. 

24 ^ Build you cities for your little ones, 
and folds for your sheep ; and do that which 
hath proceeded out of your mouth. 

25 And the children of Gad and the chil- 
dren of Reuben spake unto Moses, saying, 
Thy servants will do as my lord commandeth. 

26 •= Our little ones, our wives, our flocks, 
and all our cattle, shall be there in the cities 
of Gilead: 

27 '^But thy servants will pass over, every 
man armed for war, before the Lord to bat- 
tle, as my lord saith. 

28 So ^ concerning them Moses command- 
ed Eleazar the priest, and Joshua the son of 
Nun, and the chief fathers of the tribes of 
the children of Israel : 

29 And Moses said unto them. If the 
children of Gad and the children of Reuben 
will pass with you over Jordan, every man 
armed to battle, before the Lord, and the 
land shall be subdued before you ; then ye 
shall give them the land of Gilead for a pos- 
session : 

30 But if they will not pass over with you 
armed, they shall have possessions among 
you in the land of Canaan. 

31 And the children of Gad and the chil- 
dren of Reuben answered, saying. As the 
Lord hath said unto thy servants, so will 
we do. 

32 We will pass over armed before the 
Lord into the land of Canaan, that the pos- 
session of our inheritance on this side 
Jordan may he ours. 

33 And '' Moses gave unto them, even to 
the children of Gad, and to the children of 
Reuben, and unto half the tribe of Manasseh, 

W 



Before 

CHRIST 

1453. 

a Jobh 22. 4. 



t ver. 33. 
Josh. 12. 1. 
&L 13. 8. 



u Deut. 3. 
18. 

Josh. 1. 14. 
St 4. 12, 13 



X Deut. 3. 
20. 

Josh. 11. 23. 
& 18. 1. 
y Josh. 22.4. 



7. Deut. 3. 
12, 15, 16, 
18. 

Josh. 1. 15. 
& 13. 8, 32. 
&. 22. 4, 9. 



a Gen. 4. 7. 
& 44. 16. 
Isai. 59. Ii2. 
b ver. 16, 
34, &c. 



c Josh. 1. 14. 



d Josh. 4. 12. 



e Josh. 1.13. 



fDeuf.3.12, 

—17. & 29. 

8. 

Josh. 12. 6. 

& 13. 8. & 

22.4. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1452. 



§3* 



ch. 21. 24, 

1, 35. 



h ch. 33. 45, 
46. 

i Deut. 2. 36. 



1 ver. 3, 
JVimroA. 

m ver. 24. 
n ch. 21. 27. 



o Isai. 46. 1. 
pch. 22. 41. 
Q See ver. 3. 
Exod.23. 13. 
Josh. 23. 7. 
t Heb. 
they called 
bynames the 
names of the 
cities. 
t Gen. 50. 
23. 



s Deut. 3. 12. 
13, 15. 

Josh. 13. 31. 
& 17. 1. 

tDeut. 3. 14. 

Josh. 13. 30. 

1 Chron. 2. 

21,22,23. 

u Judg. 10. 

4. 

1 Kings 4. 

13. 



a Exod. 12. 
37. 

1491. 
b Exod. 12. 
2. & 13. 4. 

c Exod. 14. 



d Exod. 12. 
29. 

e Exod. 12. 
12. & 18. 11. 
Isai. 19. 1. 
Rev. 12. 8. 

fExod. 12. 
37. 



Exod. 13, 



h Exod. 14. 
2.9. 



on the east side of Jordan. 

the son of Joseph, &the kingdom of Sihon 
king of the Amorites, and the kingdom of 
Og king of Bashan, the land, with the cities 
thereof in the coasts, even the cities of the 
country round about. 

34 IT And the children of Gad built ^Di- 
bon, and Ataroth, and ' Aroer, 

35 And Atroth, Shophan, and Jazer, 
and Jogbehah, 

36 And ^ Beth-nimrah, and Beth-haran, 
"" fenced cities : and folds for sheep. 

37 And the children of Reuben "built 
Heshbon, and Elealeh, and Kirjathaim, 

38 And°Nebo, and pBaal-meon, (i their 
names being changed,) and Shibmah : and 
tgave other names unto the cities which 
they builded. 

39 And the children of "^Machir the son 
of Manasseh went to Gilead, and took it, 
and dispossessed the Amorite which t^as in it. 

40 And Moses ^ gave Gilead unto Machir 
the son of Manasseh ; and he dwelt therein. 

41 And * Jair the son of Manasseh went 
and took the small towns thereof, and called 
them " Havoth-jair. 

42 And Nobah went and took Kenath, 
and the villages thereof, and called it Nobah, 
after his own name. 

CHAP. XXXIIL 

1 Two and forty journeys of the Israelites. 50 The 
Canaanites are to be destroyed. 

THESE are the journeys of the children 
of Israel, which went forth out of the 
land of Egypt with their armies under the 
hand of Moses and Aaron. 

2 And Moses wrote their goings out ac- 
cording to their journeys by the command- 
ment of the Lord : and these are their 
journeys according to their goings out. 

3 And they '^departed from Rameses in 
^the first month, on the fifteenth day of the 
first month; on the morrow after the pass- 
over the children of Israel went out ''with 
an high hand in the sight of all the Egyp- 
tians. 

4 For the Egyptians buried all their first 
born, "^ which the Lord had smitten among 
them : ''upon their gods also the Lord exe- 
cuted judgments. 

5 ^And the children of Israel removed 
from Rameses, and pitched in Succoth. 

6 And they departed from & Succoth, and 
pitched in Etham, which is in the edge of 
the wilderness. 

7 And ^they removed from Etham, and 
turned again unto Pi-hahiroth, which is be- 
fore Baal-zephon: and they pitched before 
Migdol. 

8 And they departed from before Pi-hahi- 

161 



The journeys of the Israelites, 

roth, and 'passed through the midst of the 
sea into the wilderness, and went three days' 
journey in the wilderness of Etham, and 
pitched in Marah. 

9 And they removed from Marah, and 
'^came unto Elim : and in Elim were twelve 
fountains of water, and threescore and ten 
palm-trees ; and they pitched there. 

10 And they removed from Ehm, and 
encamped by the Red sea. 

11 And they removed from the Red sea, 
and encamped in the 'wilderness of Sin. 

12 And they took their journey out of the 
wilderness of Sin, and encamped in Doph- 
kah. 

13 And they departed from Dophkah, and 
encamped in Alush, 

14 And they removed from Alush, and 
encamped at ""Rephidim, where was no water 
for the people to drink. 

15 And they departed from Rephidim, 
and pitched in the '^wilderness of Sinai. 

16 And they removed from the desert of 
Sinai, and pitched ''at || Kibroth-hattaavah. 

17 And they departed from Kibroth-hat- 
taavah, and P encamped at Hazeroth. 

18 And they departed from Hazeroth, 
and pitched in ^Rithmah. 

19 And they departed from Rithmah, and 
pitched at Rimmon-parez. 

20 And they departed from Rimmon-parez, 
and pitched in Libnah. 

21 And they removed from Libnah, and 
pitched at Rissah. 

22 And they journeyed from Rissah, and 
pitched in Kehelathah. 

23 And they went from Kehelathah, and 
pitched in mount Shapher. 

24 And they removed from mount Sha- 
pher, and encamped in Haradah. 

25 And they removed from Haradah, and 
pitched in Makheloth. 

26 And they removed from Makheloth, 
and encamped at Tahath. 

27 And they departed from Tahath, and 
pitched at Tarah. 

28 And they removed from Tarah, and 
pitched in Mithcah. 

29 And they went from Mithcah, and 
pitched in Hashmonah. 

30 And they departed from Hashmonah, 
and ■■ encamped at Moseroth. 

31 And they departed from Moseroth, and 
pitched in Bene-jaakan. 

32 And they removed from ^Bene-jaakan, 
and * encamped at Hor-hagidgad. 

33 And they went from Hor-hagidgad, 
and pitched in Jotbathah. 

34 And they removed from Jotbathah, and 
encamped at Ebronah. 



NUMBERS. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1491. 



i Exod. 14. 
22. & 15. 22, 
23. 



k £xod. IS. 

27. 



1 Exod. 16.1. 



m Exod. 17. 
1. & 19. 2. 



1400. 

n Exod. 16. 
1. & 19. 1, 2. 



o ch. 11. 34. 
11 That is, 
the graves 
of lust. 

p ch. 11. 35. 



q ch. 12. 16. 



rDeut. 10.6. 



sSeeGen.36. 

27. 

Deut. 10. 6. 

1 Chron. 1. 

42. 

t Deut. 10. 

7. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1490. 

u Deut. 2. a 
1 Kings 9. 
26. & ii2. 48. 

1453. 
wch. 20. 1. 
& 27. 14. 

X ch. 20. 22, 
23. & 21. 4. 



y ch. 20. 25, 

Deut. 10. 6. 
& 32. 50. 



1452. 



z ch. 21. 1, 

^c. 



ach.21. 4. 



bch.21.10. 

c ch. 21. 11. 

II Or, heaps 
ofJibarim. 
dch. 21. 11. 



e ch. 32. 34. 



f Jor. 48. 22. 
Ezek. 6. 14. 



ech. 21. 20. 
Deut. 32. 49. 



h ch. 22. 1. 



II Or, , ^ 
the plains of 
Shittim. 
i ch. 25. 1. 
Josh. 2. 1. 



k Deut. 7. 1, 
2. & 9. 1. 
Josh. 3. 17. 



I Exod. 23. 
24, 33. & 34. 
13. 

Deut. 7. 2, 
5. & 12. 3. 
Josh. 11. 12. 
Judg. 2. 2 



ra ch. 2fi. 
53, 54, 55. 

t Heb. 
multiply his 
inheritance. 
t Heb. 
diminish his 
inheritance. 



The Canaanites are to be destroyed. 

35 And they departed from Ebronah, " and 
encamped at Ezion-gaber. 

36 And they removed from Ezion-gaber, 
and pitched in the ^wilderness of Zin, which 
is Kadesh. 

37 And they removed from ''Kadesh, and 
pitched in mount Hor, in the edge of the 
land of Edom. 

38 And y Aaron the priest went up into 
mount Hor at the commandment of the 
Lord, and died there, in the fortieth year 
after the children of Israel were come out 
of the land Egypt, in the first day of the 
fifth month. 

39 And Aaron was an hundred and twenty 
and three years old when he died in mount 
Hor. 

40 And ^king Arad the Canaanite, which 
dwelt in the south in the land of Canaan, 
heard of the coming of the children of Israel. 

41 And they departed from mount ''Hor, 
and pitched in Zalmonah. 

42 And they departed from Zalmonah, 
and pitched in Punon. 

43 And they departed from Punon, and 
''pitched in Oboth. 

44 And •'they departed from Oboth, and 
pitched in H'^Ije-abarim, in the border of 
Moab. 

45 And they departed from lim, and 
pitched ®in Dibon-gad. 

46 And they removed from Dibon-gad, 
and encamped in Almon^-diblathaim. 

47 And they removed from Almon-dibla- 
thaim, &and pitched in the mountains of 
Abarim, before Nebo. 

48 And they departed from the mountains 
of Abarim, and ^pitched in the plains of 
Moab by Jordan near Jericho. 

49 And they pitched by Jordan, from 
Beth-jesimoth even unto || 'Abel-shittim in 
the plains of Moab. 

50 T And the Lord spake unto Moses in 
the plains of Moab by Jordan near Jericho, 
saying, 

51 Speak unto the children of Israel, and 
say unto them, ''When ye are passed over 
Jordan into the land of Canaan ; 

52 'Then ye shall drive out all the inha- 
bitants of the land from before you, and de- 
stroy all their pictures, and destroy all their 
molten images, and quite pluck down all 
their high places : 

53 And ye shall dispossess the inhabitants 
of the land, and dwell therein : for I have 
given you the land to possess it. 

54 And ""ye shall divide the land by lot 
for an inheritance among your families : and 
to the more ye shall t give the more inherit- 
ance, and to the fewer ye shall tgive the less 

162 



The borders of the land of promise. CHAP. XXXIV, XXXV. 



The men appointed to divide it. 



inheritance : every man's inheritance shall be 
in the place where his lot falleth ; according 
to the tribes of your fathers ye shall inherit. 

55 But if ye will not drive out the inha- 
bitants of the land from before you ; then it 
shall come to pass, that those which ye let 
remain of them shall be "pricks in your eyes, 
and thorns in your sides, and shall vex you 
in the land wherein ye dwell. 

56 Moreover, it shall come to pass, that 
I shall do unto you, as I thought to do unto 
them. 

CHAP. XXXIV. 

1 The borders of the land. 16 The names of the men 
which shall divide the land. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses, say- 

2 Command the children of Israel, and 
say unto them, When ye come into ^the land 
of Canaan ; (this is the land that shall fall 
unto you for an inheritance, even the land 
of Canaan with the coasts thereof:) 

3 Then ^ your south quarter shall be from 
the wilderness of Zin along by the coast of 
Edom, and your south border shall be the 
outmost coast of •'the salt sea eastward : 

4 And your border shall turn from the 
south '' to the ascent of Akrabbim, and pass i 
on to Zin : and the going forth thereof shall 
be from the south •^ to Kadesh-barnea, and 
shall go on to ^Hazar-addar, and pass on 
to Azmon : 

5 And the border shall fetch a compass 
from Azmon s unto the river of Egypt, and 
the goings out of it shall be at the sea. 

6 And as for the western border, ye shall 
even have the great sea for a border : this 
shall be your west border. 

7 And this shall be your north border : 
from the great sea ye shall point out for you 
^ mount Hor : 

8 From mount Hor ye shall point out 
your border ^unto the entrance of Hamath : 
and the goings forth of the border shall be 
to ^ Zedad : 

911 And the border shall go on to Ziphron, 
and the goings out of it shall be at ' Hazar- 
enan : this shall be your north border. 

10 And ye shall point out your east border 
from Hazar-enan to Shepham : 

11 And the coast shall go down from She- 
pham "" to Riblah, on the east side of Ain ; 
and the border shall descend, and shall reach 
unto the t side of the sea " of Chinnereth 
eastward : 

12 And the border shall go down to Jor- 
dan, and the goings out of it shall be at 
•" the sah sea. This shall be your land with 
the coasts thereof round about. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 



n Josh. 23. 

13. 

Jude. 2. 3. 

Pi. ino. 34. 

36. 

See Exod. 

23. 33. 

Ezek.28.24. 



a Gen. 17. 8. 
Deut. 1.7. 
Pa. 78. 55. & 
105. 11. 
Ezek. 47. 14. 



b Josh. 15.1. 
See Ezek. 
47. 13, &c. 



c Gen. 14.3. 
Josh. 15. a. 



d Josh. IS. 3. 



c di. 13. 26. 
& 32. 8. 

f See Josh. 
15. 3, 4. 



e Gen. 15. 

18. 

Josh. 15. 4, 

47. 

1 Kings 8. 

65. 

Isai. 27. 12. 



h ch. 3a 37. 



i ch. 13. 21. 
2 Kings 14. 
2.5. 



k Ezek. 47. 
15. 



1 Ezek. 47. 
17. 



m 2 Kings 
23. .33. 
Jer. 39. 5, 6. 

t Heb. 
shoulder. 
n Deut. 3. 
17. 

Josh. il.2. 
& 19. 35. 
Matt. 14. 34. 
Luke S. 1. 

o ver. 3. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1452. 

Sver. 1. 
osh.14.1,2. 



q ch. 32.33. 
Josh. 14. 2, 



r Josh. 14.1. 
& 19. 51. 



8 ch. 1.4.16. 



1451 



13 And Moses commanded the children of 
Israel, saying, PThis is the land which ye 
shall inherit by lot, which the Lord com- 
manded to give unto the nine tribes, and to 
the half tribe : 

14 iFor the tribe of the children of Reu- 
ben, according to the house of their fathers, 
and the tribe of the children of Gad accord- 
ing to the house of their fathers, have re- 
ceived their inheritance ; and half the tribe 
of Manasseh have received their inheritance : 

15 The two tribes and the half-tribe have 
received their inheritance on this side Jordan 
near Jericho eastward, toward the sun-rising. 

16 And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

17 These are the names of the men which 
shall divide the land unto you : "^Eleazar the 
priest, and Joshua the son of Nun. 

18 And ye shall take one ^prince of every 
tribe, to divide the land by inheritance. 

19 And the names of the men are these : 
Of the tribe of Judah, Caleb the son of Je- 
phunneh. 

20 And of the tribe of the children of 
Simeon, Shemuel the son of Ammihud. 

21 Of the tribe of Benjamin, Elidad the 
son of Chislon. 

22 And the prince of the tribe of the 
children of Dan, Bukki the son of Jogli. 

23 The prince of the children of Joseph, 
for the tribe of the children of Manasseh, 
Hanniel the son of Ephod. 

24 And the prince of the tribe of the 
children of Ephraim, Kemuel the son of 
Shiphtan. 

25 And the prince of the tribe of the 
children of Zebulun, Elizaphan the son of 
Parnach. 

26 And the prince of the tribe of the 
children of Issachar, Paltiel the son of 
Azzan. 

27 And the prince of the 
children of Asher, Ahihud the 
lomi. 

28 And the prince of the tribe of the 
children of NaphtaU, Pedahel the son of 
Ammihud. 

29 These are they whom the Lord com- 
manded to divide the inheritance unto the 
children of Israel in the land of Canaan. 



tribe of the 
son of She- 



CHAP. XXXV. 



1 



Eight 



and forty cities for the Levites with their 
suburbs, and measure thereof 6 Six of them are to 
be cities of refuge. 9 The laws of murder. 31 iVo 
satisfaction for murder. 

AND the Lord spake unto Moses in 
the plains of Moab by Jordan near 
Jericho, saying, 

163 



'FJie cities and suburbs of the Levites. 

2 '^ Command the children of Israel, that 
they give unto the Levites of the inheritance 
of their possession cities to dw^ell in ; and ye 
shall give also unto the Levites suburbs for 
the cities round about them. 

3 And the cities shall they have to dwell 
in; and the suburbs of them shall be for their 
cattle, and for their goods, and for all their 
beasts. 

4 And the suburbs of the cities which ye 
shall give unto the Levites, shall reach from 
the wall of the city and outward a thousand 
cubits round about. 

5 And ye shall measure from without the 
city on the east side two thousand cubits, 
and on the south side two thousand cubits, 
and on the west side two thousand cubits, 
and on the north side two thousand cubits ; 
and the city shall be in the midst : this shall 
be to them the suburbs of the cities. 

6 And among the cities which ye shall 
give unto the Levites there shall be ^ six cities 
for refuge, which ye shall appoint for the 
manslayer, that he may flee thither : and t to 
them ye shall add forty and two cities. 

7 So all the cities which ye shall give 
to the Levites shall be *= forty and eight cities : 
them shall ye give with their suburbs. 

8 And the cities which ye shall give shall 
be ^ of the possession of the children of Israel : 
^from them that have many ye shall give 
many ; but from them that have few ye shall 
give few : every one shall give of his cities 
unto the Levites according to his inheritance 
which t he inheriteth. 

9 IF And the Lord spake unto Moses, 
saying, 

10 Speak unto the children of Israel, and 
say unto them, ^' When ye be come over Jor- 
dan into the land of Canaan ; 

11 Then ^ye shall appoint you cities to 
be cities of refuge for you ; that the slayer 
may flee thither, which kifleth any person 
t at unawares. 

12 ''And they shall be unto you cities for 
refuge from the avenger ; that the manslayer 
die not, until he stand before the congrega- 
tion in judgment. 

13 And of these cities which ye shall 
give, ' six cities shall ye have for refuge. 

14 ''Ye shall give three cities on this side 
Jordan, and three cities shall ye give in the 
land of Canaan, which shall be cities of 
refuge. 

15 These six cities shall be a refuge, both 
for the children of Israel, and 'for the stran- 
ger, and for the sojourner among them: that 
every one that killeth any person unawares 
may flee thither. 

16 f" And if he smite him with an instru- 



NUMBERS. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1451. 



a Josh. 14.3, 
4. & 21. 2. 
See Ezek. 
45. 1, &c. 

&: 48. 8, &c. 



b vcr. 13. 
Deut. 4.41. 
Josh. 20. 2, 
7, 8. & 21. 3, 
1.?, 21, 27, 
:!2. 3(), 38. 
t Heb. 
above them 
ye shall give. 



c Josh. 21. 
41. 



d Josh.21.3. 
e ch. 26. 54. 



t Heb they 
inherit. 



f Deut. 19. 2. 
Josh. 20. 2. 



f * 
13. 



Exod. 21. 



t Heb. 
bi/ error. 

h Deut. 19. 

6. 

Josh. 20. 3, 

5, G. 



i ver. 6. 

k Deut. 4. 41. 
Josh. 20. 8. 



1 ch. 15. 16. 



m Exod. 21. 
12, 14. 
Lev. 24. 17. 
Deut. 19. 11, 
12. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1451. 



t Heb. 
with a stone 
at the hand. 



n ver. 21, 24, 

27. 

Deut. 19. 6, 

12. 

Josh. 20. 3, 

5. 

Gen. 4. 8. 
2 Sam. 3. 
27. & 20. 10. 

1 Kincs 2. 
31, 32. 

p Exod. 21. 

14. 

Deut. 19. 11. 



q Exod. 21. 
13. 



r ver. 12. 
Josh. 20. 6. 



s Josh. 20. 6. 

t Exod. 29. 

7. 

Lev. 4. 3. & 

21. 10. 



t Heb. 
710 blood 
shall be to 
him. 
Exod. 22. 2. 



u ch. 27. 11. 



x Deut. 17. 
6. & 19. 15. 
Matt. 18. 16. 
2 Cor. 13. 1. 
Hebr. 10.28. 



t Heb. 
faulty to die. 



The laws of murder. 

ment of iron, so that he die, he is a mur- 
derer : the murderer shall surely be put to 
death. 

17 And if he smite him f with throwing a 
stone, wherewith he may die, and he die, he 
is a murderer : the murderer shall surely be 
put to death. 

18 Or i/' he smite him with an hand- 
weapon of wood, wherewith he may die, and 
he die, he is a murderer : the murderer shall 
surely be put to death. 

19 " The revenger of blood himself shall 
slay the murderer: when he meeteth him, he 
shall slay him. 

20 But °if he thrust him of hatred, or hurl 
at him Pby laying of wait, that he die ; 

21 Or in enmity smite him with his hand, 
that he die : he that smote him shall surely 
be put to death ; for he is a murderer : the 
revenger of blood shall slay the murderer, 
when he meeteth him. 

22 But if he thrust him suddenly ^ without 
enmity, or have cast upon him any thing 
without laying of wait, 

23 Or with any stone, wherewith a man 
may die, seeing him not, and cast it upon 
him, that he die, and was not his enemy, 
neither sought his harm : 

24 Then ""the congregation shall judge 
between the slayer and the revenger of blood 
according to these judgments : 

25 And the congregation shall deliver the 
slayer out of the hand of the revenger of 
blood, and the congregation shall restore 
him to the city of his refuge, whither he was 
fled: and ^he shall abide in it unto the death 
of the high priest, * which was anointed with 
the holy oil. 

26 But if the slayer shall at any time come 
without the border of the city of his refuge, 
whither he was fled ; 

27 And the revenger of blood find him 
without the borders of the city of his refuge, 
and the revenger of blood kill the slayer ; 
t he shall not be guilty of blood : 

28 Because he should have remained in 
the city of his refuge until the death of the 
high priest : but after the death of the high 
priest the slayer shall return into the land of 
his possession. 

29 So these things shall be for "a statute 
of judgment unto you throughout your gene- 
rations in all your dwellings. 

30 Whoso killeth any person, the mur- 
derer shall be put to death by the ^ mouth of 
witnesses : but one witness shall not testify 
against any person to cause him to die. 

31 Moreover, ye shall take no satisfaction 
for the life of a murderer, which is t guilty of 
death : but he shall be surely put to death. 

164 



T^e marriage of heiresses 

32 And ye shall take no satisfaction for 
him that is fled to the city of his refuge, that 
he should come again to dwell in the land, 
until the death of the priest. 

33 So ye shall not pollute the land wherein 
ye are : for blood y it defileth the land : and 
t the land cannot be cleansed of the blood 
that is shed therein, but ^by the blood of him 
that shed it. 

34 * Defile not therefore the land which 
ye shall inhabit, wherein I dwell: for ^I the 
Lord dwell among the children of Israel. 

CHAP. XXXVL 

1 The inconvenience of the inheritance of daughters, 5 is 
remedied by marrying in their own tribes, 7 lest the 
inheritance should be removed from the tribe. 10 The 
daughters ofZelophehad inarry their father'' s brothers' 
sons. 

AND the chief fathers of the families of 
the ^children of Gilead, the son of 
Machir, the son of Manasseh, of the fami- 
lies of the sons of Joseph, came near, and 
spake before Moses, and before the princes, 
the chief fathers of the children of Israel : 

2 And they said, ^The Lord commanded 
my lord to give the land for an inheritance by 
lot to the children of Israel : and " my lord 
was commanded by the Lord to give the 
inheritance of Zelophehad our brother unto 
his daughters. 

3 And if they be married to any of the 
sons of the other tribes of the children of 
Israel, then shall their inheritance be taken 
from the inheritance of our fathers, and shall 
be put to the inheritance of the tribe t where- 
unto they are received : so shall it be taken 
from the lot of our inheritance. 

4 And when ^the jubilee of the children 
of Israel shall be, then shall their inherit- 
ance be put unto the inheritance of the tribe 
whereunto they are received : so shall their 



CHAP. L 



Before 


Before r 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1451. 


1451. 




e ch. 27. 7. 


yP8. 106.38. 
Mic. 4. 11. 
t Heb. 
there can be 
no expiation 
for the land. 
z Gen. 9. 6. 

a Lev. 18. 
25. 

Deut. 21. 23. 
b Exod. 29. 
45. 46. 


t Heb. 
be wives. 
f ver. 12. 




t Heb. 
cleave to 
the, cS-c. 
g 1 Kings 
21. 3. 

h 1 Chron. 
23.22. 


a ch. 26. 29. 




b ch. 26. 55. 
& 33. 54. 
Josh. 17. 3. 




c ch. 27. 1. 

7. 

.losh. 17. 3, 

4. 






i ch. 27. 1. 




t Heb. to 
Bonie that 
were pf the 
families. 


t Heb. 
unto whom 
they shall be. 




(1 Lev. 25. 
10. 




1 


k rh.2fi.3. 
&33.50. 

1 



restrained to their father"* s tribe. 

inheritance be taken away from the inherit- 
ance of the tribe of our fathers. 

5 And Moses commanded the children 
of Israel according to the word of the Lord, 
saying, The tribe of the sons of Joseph^ hath 
said well. 

6 This is the thing which the Lord doth 
command concerning the daughters of Zelo- 
phehad, saying, Let them f marry to whom 
they think best ; ^only to the family of the 
tribe of their father shall they marry. 

7 So shall not the inheritance of the chil- 
dren of Israel remove from tribe to tribe : for 
every one of the children of Israel shall 
t^keep himself to the inheritance of the 
tribe of his fathers. 

8 And ^ every daughter, that possesseth an 
inheritance in any tribe of the children of 
Israel, shall be wife unto one of the family 
of the tribe of her father, that the children 
of Israel may enjoy every man the inherit- 
ance of his fathers. 

9 Neither shall the inheritance remove 
from one tribe to another tribe ; but every 
one of the tribes of the children of Israel 
shall keep himself to his own inheritance. 

10 Even as the Lord commanded Moses, 
so did the daughters of Zelophehad : 

11 'For Mahlah, Tirzah, and Hoglah, and 
Milcah, and Noah, the daughters of Zelo- 
phehad, were married unto their father's bro- 
thers' sons : 

12 And they were married finto the fami- 
lies of the sons of Manasseh the son of Jo- 
seph, and their inheritance remained in the 
tribe of the family of their father. 

13 These are the commandments and the 
judgments, which the Lord commanded by 
the hand of Moses unto the children of 
Israel •'in the plains of Moab by Jordan 
near Jericho. 



THE FIFTH BOOK OF MOSES 

CALLED 



DEUTEPiONOlY. 



CHAP. L 

1 Moses^ speech in the end of the fortieth year, briefly 
rehearsing the story 6 of God's promise, 13 of giving 
them officers, 19 of sending the spies to search the land, 
34 of God's anger for their incredulity, 41 and dis- 
obedience. 

THESE he the words which Moses spake 
unto all Israel ^on this side Jordan in 
the wilderness, in the plain over against 1| the 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1451. 


1851. 




b Numb. 13. 

26. 

ch. 9. 23. 


a Josh. 9. 1. 

10. & 22. 4, 

7. 

11 Or, Zuph. 


c Numb. 33. 
38. 

1451. 



Red sea, between Paran, and TopheJ, and 
Laban, and Hazeroth, and Dizahab. 

2 (There are eleven days' journey from 
Horeb by the way of mount Seir ^ unto Ka- 
desh-barnea.) 

3 And it came to pass *=in the fortieth 
year, in the eleventh month, on the first day 
of the month, that Moses spake unto the 

165 



Moses rehearsetk the story 



DEUTERONOMY. 



children of Israel, according unto all that the 
Lord had given him in commandment unto 
them ; 

4 ^ After he had slain Sihon the king of 
the Amorites, which dwelt in Heshbon, and 
Og the king of Bashan, which dwelt at Asta- 
roth ^in Edrei : 

5 On this side Jordan, in the land of Moab, 
began Moses to declare this law, saying, 

6 The Lord our God spake unto us ^ in 
Horeb, saying, Ye have dwelt long "enough 
in this mount : 

7 Turn you, and take your journey, and 
go to the mount of the Amorites, and unto 
t all the places nigh thereunto, in the plain, 
in the hills, and in the vale, and in the south, 
and by the sea-side, to the land of the Ca- 
naanites, and unto Lebanon, unto the great 
river, the river Euphrates. 

8 Behold, I have t set the land before 
you : go in and possess the land which the 
Lord sware unto your fathers, ''Abraham, 
Isaac, and Jacob, to give unto them and to 
their seed after them. 

9 IF And 'I spake unto you at that time, 
saying, I am not able to bear you myself 
alone : 

10 The Lord your God hath multiplied 
you, and behold, ^ye are this day as the 
stars of heaven for multitude. 

11 ('The Lord God of your fathers make 
you a thousand times so many more as ye are, 
and bless you, ""as he hath promised you!) 

12 " How can I myself alone bear your 
cumbrance, and your burden, and your strife? 

13 ° t Take you wise men, and understand- 
mg, and known among your tribes, and I 
will make them rulers over you. 

14 And ye answered me, and said. The 
thing which thou hast spoken is good for us 
to do. 

15 So I took the chief of your tribes, wise 
men, and known, Pand fj^ade them heads 
over you, captains over thousands, and cap- 
tains over hundreds, and captains over fifties, 
and captains over tens, and officers among 
your tribes. 

16 And I charged your judges at that 
time, saying, Hear the causes between your 
brethren, and ^ judge righteously between 
every man and his ■" brother, and the stranger 
that is with him. 

17 * Ye shall not t respect persons in judg- 
ment ; but ye shall hear the small as well as 
the great ; ye shall not be afraid of the face 
of man ; for 4he judgment is God's : and 
the cause that is too hard for you, " bring it 
unto me, and I will hear it. 

18 And I commanded you at that time all 
the things which ye should do. 



Before 
CHRIST 

1451. 



d Numb. 21. 
24, 33. 



e Numb. 21. 

33 

Josh. 13. 12. 



1451. 
f Exod. 3. 1. 

g See 

Exod. 19. 1. 
Numb. 10. 
11. 



^Heh.allhis 
neighbours. 



tHeb.giuen. 



h Gen. 12. 7. 

& 15. 18. & 
17. 7, 8. & 
26. 4. & 28. 
13. 



i Exod. 18. 
18. 

Numb. 11. 
14. 



k Gen. 15.5. 
ch. 10.22. 
&. 28. 62. 

I 2 Sam. 24. 
3. 



m Gen. 15.5. 
& 22. 17. & 
26. 4. 

Exod. 32. 13. 
n 1 Kings 3. 
8, 9. 

o See Exod. 
18. 21. 
Numb. 11. 
16, 17. 
t Heb. eive. 



p Exod. 18. 
t Heb. fare. 



q ch. 16. 18. 
John 7. 24. 

r Lev. 24. 22. 



s Lev. 19. 15. 
ch. 16. 19. 
1 Sam. 16. 7. 
Prov. 2». 23. 
James 2. 1. 
t Heb. 
acknowledge 
faces. 
t 2 Chron. 
19. 6. 

u Exod. 18. 
22, 26. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1490. 



x Numb. 10. 

12. 

ch. 8. 15. 

Jer. 2. 6. 

y Numb. 13. 



z Josh. 1.9. 



1490. 

a Numb. 13. 

3. 

b Numb. 13. 

22, 23, 24. , 



c Numb. 
13. 27. 



d Numb. 14. 
] (> 3 4 

P's.lOb'. 24, 
25. 



e ch. 9. 28. 



t Heb. 
melted. 
Josh. 2. 11. 
f Numb. 13. 
28, 31, 32, 
33 

ch. 9. 1, 2. 
g Numb. 13. 



h Exod. 14. 
14, 25. 
Neh.4.20. 



i Exod. 19. 

4. 

ch. 32. 11, 

12. 

Isai. 46. 3, 4. 

& 63. 9. 

Hos. 11. 3. 

See on Acts 

13. 18. 

k Ps. 106. 

24. 

Judo 5. 

I Exod. 13. 

21. 

Ps. 78. 14. 

m Numb. 

10. 33. 

Ezek. 20.6. 



n ch. 2. 14, 
15. 



of IsraeVs passage 

19 II And when we departed from Horeb, 
^ we went through all that great and terrible 
wilderness, which ye saw by the way of the 
mountain of the Amorites, as the Lord our 
God commanded us j and y we came to Ka- 
dcsh-barnea. 

20 And I said unto you. Ye are come unto 
the mountain of the Amorites, which the 
Lord our God doth give unto us. 

21 Behold, the Lord thy God hath set 
the land before thee : go up and possess it, as 
the Lord God of thy fathers hath said unto 
thee ; ^fear not, neither be discouraged. 

22 H And ye came near unto me everyone 
of you, and said. We will send men before us, 
and they shall search us out the land, and 
bring us word again by what way we must go 
up, and into what cities we shall come, 

23 And the saying pleased me well : and 
''I took twelve men of you, one of a tribe : 

24 And ''they turned and went up into 
the mountain, and came unto the valley of 
Eshcol, and searched it out. 

25 And they took of the fruit of the land 
in their hands, and brought it down unto us, 
and brought us word again, and said, •= It is 
a good land which the Lord our God doth 
give us. 

26 ''Notwithstanding, ye would not go up, 
but rebelled against the commandment of the 
Lord your God : 

27 And ye murmured in your tents, and 
said. Because the Lord ^ hated us, he hath 
brought us forth out of the land of Egypt, to 
deliver us into the hand of the Amorites, to 
destroy us. 

28 Whither shall we go up ? our brethren 
have t discouraged our heart, saying, ''The 
people is greater and taller than we; the 
cities are great and walled up to heaven ; and 
moreover, we have seen the sons of the eAnak- 
ims there. 

29 Then I said unto you. Dread not, nei- 
ther be afraid of them. 

30 ''The Lord your God which goeth 
before you, he shall fight for you, according 
to all that he did for you in Egypt before 
your eyes ; 

31 And in the wilderness, where thou hast 
seen how that the Lord thy God 'bare thee, 
as a man doth bear his son, in all the way 
that ye went, until ye came into this place. 

32 Yet in this thing ''ye did not believe 
the Lord your God, 

33 ' Who went in the way before you, ""to 
search you out a place to pitch your tents m, 
in fire by night, to shew you by what way ye 
should go, and in a cloud by day. 

34 And the Lord heard the voice of your 
words, and was wroth, "and sware, saying, 

166 



through the wilderness. 

35 " Surely there shall not one of these men 
of this evil generation see that good land, 
which I sware to give unto your fathers, 

36 pSave Caleb the son of Jephunneh ; 
he shall see it, and to him will I give the 
land that he hath trodden upon, and to his 
children, because ihe hath t wholly followed 
the Lord. 

37 "^Also the Lord was angry with me, 
for your sakes, saying, Thou also shalt not 
go in thither. 

38 ^But Joshua the son of Nun, * which 
standeth before thee, he shall go in thither. 
"Encourage him : for he shall cause Israel 
to inherit it. 

39 ^Moreover, your little ones, which yye 
said should be a prey, and your children, 
which in that day ^ had no knowledge be- 
tween good and evil, they shall go in thither, 
and unto them will I give it, and they shall 
possess it. 

40 ^But as for you, turn you, and take 
your journey into the wilderness by the way 
of the Red sea. 

41 Then ye answered and said unto me, 
**We have sinned against the Lord, we will 
go up and fight, according to all that the 
Lord our God commanded us. And when 
ye had girded on every man his weapons of 
war, ye were ready to go up into the hill. 

42 And the Lord said unto me. Say unto 
them, •= Go not up, neither fight ; for I am 
not among you ; lest ye be smitten before 
your enemies. 

43 So I spake unto you ; and ye would 
not hear, but rebelled against the command- 
ment of the Lord, and f^went presumptu- 
ously up into the hill. 

44 And the Amorites, which dwelt in 
that mountain, came out against you, and 
chased you, ''as bees do, and destroyed you 
in Seir, even unto Hormah. 

45 And ye returned and wept before the 
Lord ; but the Lord would not hearken 
to your voice, nor give ear unto you. 

46 *'So ye abode in Kadesh many days, 
according unto the days that ye abode there. 

CHAP. IL 

1 The story is cojitinued, that they were not to meddle 
with the Edomites, 9 nor with the Moabites, 17 nor 
with the Ammonites. 24 But Sihon the Amorite was 
subdued by them. 

THEN we turned, and took our journey 
into the wilderness by the way of the 
Red sea, '^as the Lord spake unto me : and 
we compassed mount Seir many days. 

2 And the Lord spake unto me, saying, 

3 Ye have compassed this mountain ^long 
enough : turn you northward. 

4 And command thou the people, saying. 



CHAP. n. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1491. 

o Numb. 14. 
22, 2,3. 
Ps. 95. 11. 
p Numb. 14. 
24, 30. 
Josh. 14. 9. 



q Numb. 14. 
24. 

t Heb. 
fuyUled to 
go after. 
r Numb. 20. 

12. & 27. 14. 
ch. 3. 26. & 
4. 21. & 34. 
4. 

Ps. 106. 32. 

s Numb. 14. 

30. 

t Exod. 24. 

13. & .33. 11. 
See 1 Sam. 
16. 22. 

u Numb. 27. 

18. 19. 

ch. 31. 7, 2.3. 

X Numb. 14. 

31. 

y Numb. 14. 

7, Isai. 7. 15, 

16. 

Rom. 9. 11. 



a Numb. 14. 
25. 



b Numb. 14. 
40. 



c Numb. 14. 

42. 



t Heb. 
ye were pre- 
sumptuous 
andwentvp. 
d Numb. 14. 
44, 45. 



ePs. 118.12. 



f Numb. 13. 
25. &20. ], 
22. 
Judg. 11. 17. 



a Numb. 14. 

2.'i. 

ch. 1. 40. 



b See ver. 7, 
14. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1451. 



c Numb. 20. 
14. 



t Heb. 
even to the 
treading of 
the sole of 
tlie foot. 
d Gen. 36. 8 
Josh. 24. 4. 



e ch. 8. 2, 3, 
4. 



f Judg. 11. 
18. 



; 1 Kings 9. 



II Or, 

Use 7w hosti- 
lity against 



My age 
Moab. 



h Numb. 21. 

28. 

i Gen. 19. 

36, 37. 

k Gen. 14. 5. 



I Numb. 13. 
22,33. 
ch. 9. 2. 



m ver. 22. 
Gen. 14. 6. 
& .36. 20. 
t Heb. 
inherited 
them. 

II Or. 
room. 



n Numb. 21. 

12. 

II Or, 

valley. 

Numk 13. 

23. 

o Numb. 13. 

26. 



p Numb. 14. 

33. At 26. 64. 

g Numb. 14. 

35. 

ch. 1. 34, a5. 

Ezck. 20. 15. 

r Ps. 78. 33. 
& 106. 26. 



The Edomites, <Sfc, not to be molested. 

<^Ye are to pass through the coast of your 
brethren the children of Esau, which dwell 
in Seir ; and they shall be afraid of you : 
take ye good heed unto yourselves therefore : 

5 Meddle not with them ; for I will not 
give you of their land, fno, not so much 
as a foot-breadth ; ^ because I have given 
mount Seir unto Esau for a possession. 

6 Ye shall buy meat of them for money, 
that ye may eat ; and ye shall also buy water 
of them for money, that ye may drink. 

7 For the Lord thy God hath blessed 
thee in all the works of thy hand : he know- 
eth thy walking through this great wilder- 
ness : ^ these forty years the Lord thy God 
hath been with thee : thou hast lacked no- 
thing. 

8 ^And when we passed by from our 
brethren the children of Esau, which dwelt 
in Seir, through the way of the plain from 
sElath, and from Ezion-gaber, we turned 
and passed by the way of the wilderness of 
Moab. 

9 And the Lord said unto me, ||Distress 
not the Moabites, neither contend with them 
in battle : for I will not give thee of their 
land for a possession; because I have given 
^Ar unto 'the children of Lot for a posses- 
sion. 

10 (^The Emims dwelt therein in times 
past, a people great, and many, and tall as 
'the Anakims ; 

11 Which also were accounted giants, as 
the Anakims ; but the Moabites call them 
Emims. 

12 •" The Horims also dwelt in Seir before- 
time, but the children of Esau t succeeded 
them, when they had destroyed them from 
before them, and dwelt in their || stead ; as 
Israel did unto the land of his possession, 
which the Lord gave unto them.) 

13 Now rise up, said /, and get you over 
"the II brook Zered: and we went over the 
brook Zered. 

14 And the space in which we came "from 
Kadesh-barnea, until we were come over the 
brook Zered, was thirty and eight years; 
p until all the generation of the men of war 
were wasted out from among the host, las 
the Lord sware unto them. 

15 For indeed, the ''hand of the Lord 
was against them, to destroy them from 
among the host, until they were consumed. 

16 IT So it came to pass, when all the men 
of war were consumed and dead from among 
the people, 

17 That the Lord spake unto me, saying, 

18 Thou art to pass over through Ar, the 
coast of Moab, this day : 

19 And when thou comest nigh o\er 

167 



The conquest of Sihon and his land ; DEUTERONOMY. 



and of Og and his land. 



against the children of Ammon, distress them 
not, nor meddle with them : for I will not 
give thee of the land of the children of Am- 
mon any possession ; because I have given 
it unto ^the children of Lot/or a possession. 

20 (That also was accounted a land of 
giants : giants dwelt therein in old time ; and 
the Ammonites call them *Zamzummims; 

21 "A people great, and many, and tall 
as the Anakims ; but the Lord destroyed 
them before them ; and they succeeded them, 
and dwelt in their stead : 

22 As he did to the children of Esau, 
^which dwelt in Seir, when he destroyed 
ythe Horims from before them ; and they 
succeeded them, and dwelt in their stead 
even unto this day : 

23 And ^the Avims which dwelt in Ha- 
zerim, even unto ^Azzah, ^the Caphtorims, 
which came forth out of Caphtor, destroyed 
them, and dwelt in their stead.) 

24 IF Rise ye up, take your journey, and 
''pass over the river Arnon : behold, I have 
given into thy hand Sihon the Amorite, 
king of Heshbon, and his land : t begin to 
possess it, and contend with him in battle. 

25 '^This day will I begin to put the dread 
of thee and the fear of thee upon the na- 
tions that are under the whole heaven, who 
shall hear report of thee, and shall tremble, 
and be in anguish because of thee. 

26 TI And I sent messengers out of the wil- 
derness of Kedemoth unto Sihon king of 
Heshbon "with words of peace, saying, 

27 ^Let me pass through thy land : I will 
go along by the highway, I will neither 
turn unto the right hand nor to the left. 

28 Thou shalt sell me meat for money, 
that I may eat ; and give me water for mo- 
ney, that I may drink : ^only I will pass 
through on my feet ; 

29 C^As the children of Esau which dwell 
in Seir, and the Moabites which dwell in 
Ar, did unto me ;) until I shall pass over 
Jordan into the land which the Lord our 
God giveth us. 

30 'But Sihon king of Heshbon would 
not let us pass by him : for ^ the Lord thy 
God 'hardened his spirit, and made his heart 
obstinate, that he might deliver him into thy 
hand, as appeareth this day. 

31 And the Lord said unto me. Behold, 
I have begun to '" give Sihon and his land 
before thee : begin to possess, that thou 
mayest inherit his land. 

32 '^Then Sihon came out against us, he 
and all his people, to fight at Jahaz. 

33 And "the Lord our God delivered 
him before us; and Pwe smote him, and 
his sons, and all his people. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1451. 



8 Gen. 19. 
38. 



t Gen. 14. 5. 
Zuzims. 

u See ver. 
10. 



X Gen. 36. 8. 

y Gen. 14. 6. 
& 36. 20,— 
30. 
ver. 12. 



z Josh. 13. 
3. 

a Jer. S.'i. 20. 
b Gen. 10. 
14. 
Amos 9. 7. 



c Numb. 21. 
13, 14. 
Judg. 11. 18, 

t Heb. be- 
gin, possess. 



d Exod. 15. 
14, 15. 
ch. 11.25. 
Josh. 2. 9, 
10. 



e ch. 20. 10. 

f Numb. 21. 
21, 22. 
Judg. 11. 19. 



Numb. 20. 



h See 

Numb. 20. 

18. 

oh. 23. 3, 4. 

Judg. 11. 17, 

18. 



i Numb. 21. 
23. 

k Josh. 11. 

20. 

I Exod. 4. 

21. 



m ch. 1. 8. 



n Numb. 21. 
23. 



o ch. 7. 2. 

& 20. 16. 

p Numb. 21. 

24. 

ch. 29. 7. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1451. 



q Lev. 27. 
28. 

cli. 7. 2, 26. 
t Heb. 
every city of 
men, andwn- 
men, and lit- 
tle ones. 



r ch 3. 12. 
& 4. 48. 
Josh. 13. 9 



8 Ps. 44. 3. 



t Gen. 32. 

22. 

Numb. 21. 

24. 

ch. 3. 16. 

u ver. 5, 9. 

19. 



a Numb. 21. 
33, &c. 
ch. 29. 7. 



bch 1.4. 



c Numb. 21. 
24. 



d Numb. 21. 
35. - 



e 1 Kings 4. 
13. 



fch.2.24. 
Ps. 135. 10, 
11, 12. & 
136. 19, 20, 
21. 



e ch. 4. 48. 
Ps. 29. 6. 

h 1 Chron. 
5.23. 

i ch. 4. 49. 

k Josh. 12. 5. 
& 13. 11. 



I Amos 2. 9. 



34 And we took all his cities at that time, 
and 1 utterly destroyed t the men, and the 
women, and the little ones of every city ; 
we left none to remain : 

35 Only the cattle we took for a prey unto 
ourselves, and the spoil of the cities which 
we took. 

36 "^ From Aroer which is by the brink 
of the river of Arnon, and from the city 
that is by the river, even unto Gilead, there 
was not one city too strong for us : « the 
Lord our God delivered all unto us : 

37 Only unto the land of the children of 
Ammon thou earnest not, nor unto any 
place of the river ^Jabbok, nor unto the 
cities in the mountains, nor unto "what- 
soever the Lord our God forbade us. 

CHAP. m. 

1 The story of the conquest of Og king of Bashan. 11 
The big7iess of his bed. 12 The distribution of those 
lands to the two tribes and half 23 Moses' prayer to 
enter into the land. 26 He is permitted to see it. 

THEN we turned, and went up the way 
to Bashan : and ^Og the king of Bashan 
came out against us, he and all his people, to 
battle ''at Edrei. 

2 And the Lord said unto me. Fear him 
not ; for I will deliver him, and all his peo- 
ple, and his land, into thy hand ; and thou 
shalt do unto him as thou didst unto '"Sihon 
king of the Amorites, which dwelt at Hesh- 
bon. 

3 So the Lord our God delivered into 
our hands Og also the king of Bashan, and 
all his people: "^and we smote him until 
none was left to him remaining. 

4 And we took all his cities at that time, 
there was not a city which we took not from 
them, threescore cities, "all the region of 
Argob, the kingdom of Og in Bashan. 

5 All these cities were fenced with high 
walls, gates, and bars; beside unwalled 
towns a great many. 

6 And we utterly destroyed them, as we 
did unto Sihon king ^of Heshbon, utterly 
destroying the men, women, and children 
of every city. 

7 But all the cattle, and the spoil of the 
cities, we took for a prey to ourselves. 

8 And we took at that time out of the 
hand of the two kings of the Amorites the 
land that was on this side Jordan, from the 
river of Arnon unto mount Hermon; 

9 (Which g Hermon the Sidonians call 
Sirion ; and the Amorites call it ''Shenir ;) 

10 'All the cities of the plain, and all 
Gilead, and ^ all Bashan, unto Salchah and 
Edrei, cities of the kingdom of Og in Ba- 
shan. 

1 1 ' For only Og king of Bashan remained 

168 



^J'lie disinbution of the conquered land. 

of the remnant of "'giants; behold, his bed- 
stead was a bedstead of iron ; is it not in 
»Rabbath of the children of Ammon ? nine 
cubits was the length thereof, and four cubits 
the breadth of it, after the cubit of a man. 

12 And this land, which we possessed 
at that time, "from Aroer, which is by the 
river Arnon, and half mount Gilead, and Pthe 
cities thereof, gave I unto the Reubenites 
and to the Gadites. 

13 lAnd the rest of Gilead, and all Ba- 
shan, being the kingdom of Og, gave I unto 
the half-tribe of Manasseh ; all the region of 
Argob, with all Bashan, which was called the 
land of giants. 

14 ■■ Jair the son of Manasseh took all the 
country of Argob, ^unto the coasts of Ge- 
shuri, and Maachathi; and * called them after 
his own name, Bashan-havoth-jair, unto this 
day. 

15 "And I gave Gilead unto Machir. 

16 And unto the Reubenites ^and unto 
the Gadites I gave from Gilead even unto 
the river Arnon, half the valley, and the 
border, even unto the river Jabbok, ^ which 
is the border of the children of Ammon : 

17 The plain also, and Jordan, and the 
coast thereof, from y Chinnereth ^ even unto 
the sea of the plain,^ even the salt sea, || un- 
der Ashdoth-pisgah eastward. 

18 IF And I commanded you at that time, 
saying. The Lord your God hath given you 
this land to possess it ; ''ye shall pass over 
armed before your brethren the children of 
Israel, all that are t meet for the war. 

19 But your wives, and your little ones, 
and your cattle, (^for I know that ye have 
much cattle,) shall abide in your cities which 
I have given you ; 

20 Until the Lord have given rest unto 
your brethren, as well as unto you, and U7itil 
they also possess the land which the Lord 
your God hath given them beyond Jordan : 
and then shall ye *= return every man unto his 
possession which I have given you. 

21 IT And '^l commanded Joshua at that 
time, saying. Thine eyes have seen all that 
the Lord your God hath done unto these 
two kings : so shall the Lord do unto all the 
kingdoms whither thou passest. 

22 Ye shall not fear them : for « the Lord 
your God he shall fight for you. 

23 And T besought the Lord at that 
time, saying, 

24 O Lord God, thou hast begun to shew 
thy servant ^ thy greatness, and thy mighty 
hand: for ''what God is there in heaven or 
in earth, that can do according to thy works, 
and according to thy might? 

25 I pray thee, let me go over, and see 

X 



CHAP. IV. 



Before 

CHRIST 

H51. 



m Gen. 14. 

5. 

n 2 Sam. 

]2. 26. 

•ler. 4!l. 2. 

Ezek. 21.20. 



och.2. 36. 
Josh. 12.2. 
p Numb. 

32. :«. 

.losli. 12. 6. 
& 13. 8, &c. 



q Josh. 13. 
29. 



r 1 Chion. 
2. 22. 

e Josh. 13. 

13. 

2 Sam. 3.3. 

& 10. 6. 

t Numb. 32. 

41. 



u Numb. 32. 

39. 

w 2 Sam. 

24. 5. 



X Numb. 21. 

24. 

Jo3h. 12. 2. 



y Numb. 34. 
11. 

z oh. 4. 49. 
Numb. 34. 
11. 

Josh. 12. 3. 
a Gen. 14.3. 
II Or, vndei- 
the springs 
of Pisgah, 
or, the hill. 

b Numb. 32. 
20, &c. 



t Heb. sons 
of power. 



c Josh. 22. 4. 



d Numb. 27. 
18. 



e Exod. 14. 

14. 

ch. ]. 30. 

& 20. 4. 

f See 2 Cor. 
12. 8, 9. 



g ch.11.2. 

h Exod. 15. 
11. 

2 Sam. 7.22. 
Ps. 71.19. 
& 8(i. 8. & 
89. 6, 8. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1451. 

i Exod. 3. 8. 
ch. 4. 22. 
k Numb. 20. 
12. & 27.14. 
ch. 1. 37. & 
31. 2. & 32. 
51, 52. & 34. 
4. 
P3. 106. 32. 

I Numb. 27. 

12. 

WOuthehill. 



m Numb. 
27. 18, 23. 
ch. 1. 38. & 
31. 3. 7. 



n ch. 4. 40. 
&. 34. 6. 



a Lev. 19. 
37. & 20. 8. 
& 22. 31. 
ch. 5. 1. &, 
8. ]. 

Ezek. 20. 11. 
Rom. 10. 5. 



b cli. 12. 32. 

Josh. 1. 7. 

Prov. 30. 6. 

Eccles. 12. 

13. 

Rev. 22. 18, 

19. 



c Numb. 25. 
4, &c. 

Josli. 22. 17. 
Ps. 106. 28, 
29. 



d Job 28. 28. 
Ps. 19. 7. & 
111. 10. 
Prov. 1. 7. 



e 2 Sam. 7. 
23. 

f Ps. 46. 1. 
& 145. 18. 
& 148. 14. 
Isai. 55. 6. 



s. Prov. 4. 

23. 

h Prov. 3. 1, 

3. & 4. 21. 

i Gen. 18. 

19. 

ch. 6. 7. & 

11. 19. 

Ps. 78. .5, 6. 

Ephcs. 6. 4. 



An exhortation to obedience. 

' the good land that is beyond Jordan, that 
goodly mountain, and Lebanon. 

26 But the Lord "^was wroth with me (or 
your sakes, and would not hear me : and the 
Lord said unto me. Let it suffice thee ; 
speak no more unto me of this matter. 

27 ' Get thee up into the top of || Pisgah, 
and lift up thine eyes westward, and north- 
ward, and southward, and eastward, and 
behold it with thine eyes : for thou shalt not 
go over this Jordan, 

28 But ""charge Joshua, and encourage 
him, and strengthen him : for he shall go over 
before this people, and he shall cause them 
to inherit the land which thou shalt see. 

29 So we abode in "the valley over against 
Beth-peor. 

CHAP. IV. 

'V~An exhortation to obedience. 41 Moses appointeth the 
three cities of refuge on that side Jordan. 

l^OV^ therefore hearken, O Israel, unto 
JL^ ^i\\Q statutes and unto the judgments, 
which I teach you, for to do them, that ye 
may live, and go in and possess the land 
which the Lord God of your fathers giveth 
you. 

2 •'Ye shall not add unto the word which 
I command you, neither shall ye diminish 
aught from it, that ye may keep the com- 
mandments of the Lord your God which 
I command you. 

3 Your eyes have seen what the Lord did 
because of ''Baal-peor : for all the men that 
followed Baal-peor, the Lord thy God hath 
destroyed them from among you. 

4 But ye that did cleave unto the Lord 
your God, are alive every one of you this 
day. 

5 Behold, I have taught you statutes, and 
judgments, even as the Lord my God com- 
manded me, that ye should do so in the land 
whither ye go to possess it. 

6 Keep therefore and do them : for this is 
''your wisdom and your understanding in the 
sight of the nations, which shall hear all 
these statutes, and say. Surely this great 
nation is a wise and understanding people. 

7 For ^what nation is there so great, who 
hath f God so nigh unto them, as the Lord 
our God is in all things that we call upon 
him for ? 

8 And what nation is there so great, that 
hath statutes and judgments so righteous 
as all this law, which I set before you this 
day? 

9 Only take heed to thyself, and ^kecp thy 
soul diligently, '" lest thou forget the things 
which thine eyes have seen, and lest they de- 
part from thy heart all the days of thy life : 
but 'teach them thy sons, and thy sons' sons : 

169 



A dissuasive against idolatry. 



DEUTERONOMY. God's especial regard shewn to Israel 



10 Specially ^ the day that thou stoodest 
before the Lord thy God in Horeb, when 
the Lord said unto me, Gather me the peo- 
ple together, and I will make them hear my 
words, that they may learn to fear me all the 
days that they shall live upon the earth, and 
that they may teach their children. 

11 And ye came near and stood under the 
mountain; and the • mountain burned with 
fire untothefmidst of heaven, with darkness, 
clouds, and thick darkness. 

12 '" And the Lord spake unto you out of 
the midst of the fire : "ye heard the voice of 
the words, but saw no similitude ; ° f only 
ye heard a voice. 

13 PAnd he declared unto you his cove- 
nant, which he commanded you to perform, 
even "J ten commandments ; and ■■ he wrote 
them upon two tables of stone. 

14 llAnd' the Lord commanded me at that 
time to teach you statutes and judgments, 
that ye might do them in the land whither ye 
go over to possess it. 

15 ' Take ye therefore good heed unto 
yourselves ; (for ye saw no manner of " simili- 
tude on the day that the Lord spake unto 
you in Horeb out of the midst of the fire ;) 

16 Lest ye ^corrupt yourselves, and ymake 
you a graven image, the similitude of any 
figure, Hhe likeness of male or female, 

17 The likeness of any beast that is on 
the earth, the likeness of any winged fowl 
that flieth in the air, 

18 The likeness of any thing that creepeth 
on the ground, the likeness of any fish that 
is in the waters beneath the earth : 

19 And lest thou *hft up thine eyes unto 
heaven, and when thou seest the sun, and 
the moon, and the stars, even ^ all the host of 
heaven, shouldest be driven to ^worship them, 
and serve them, which the Lord thy God 
hath II divided unto all nations under the 
whole heaven. 

20 But the Lord hath taken you, and 
^ brought you forth out of the iron furnace, 
even out of Egypt, no be unto him a people 
of inheritance, as ye are this day. 

21 Furthermore, ^the Lord was angry 
wdth me for your sakes, and sware that I 
should not go over Jordan, and that I 
should not go in unto that good land 
which the Lord thy God giveth thee for 
an inheritance : 

22 But =1 must die in this land, ^1 must 
not go over Jordan : but ye shall go over, 
and possess 'that good land. 

23 Take heed unto yourselves, "^ lest ye 
forget the covenant of the Lord your God, 
which he made with you, 'and make you 
a graven image, or the likeness of any thing 



Before 

CHRIST 

1451. 



k Exod. 19. 
9, 16. &. 20. 
)8. 

ilebr. 12. 
18, 19. 



I Exod. 19. 

18. 

rh. 5. 23. 
t Heb. 
heart. 



m ch. 5. 4, 

22. 

n ver. 33, 

36. 

Exod. 20. 
22. 

1 Kinss 19. 
12. 

t Heb. save 
a voice. 
pch.9.9, 11. 



n Exod. 34. 

28. 

r Exod. 24. 

12. & 31. 18. 

s Exod. 21. 
l.&ch. 22. 
& ch. 23. 



t Josh. 23. 
11. 

ti Isai. 40. 
18. 



X Exod. 32. 

7. 

y Exod. 20. 

4, 5. 

ver. 23. 

ch. 5. 8. 

7 Rom. 1. 

23. 



a ch. 17. 3. 
.Job 31. 26, 
27. 

b Gen. 2. 1. 
2 Kin-:i 17. 
16. & 21. 3. 
c Rom, 1. 



II Or. 
imparled. 



d 1 Kings 

8. 51. 

.ler. 11. 4. 

o Exod. 19. 

.5. 

<li. 9. 29. & 

:«. 9. 

f Numb. 20. 

12. 

ch. 1. 37. & 

3. 26. 



r See 

2 Pet. 1. 13, 

14, 1.5 

h ch. 3. 27. 

i ch. 3. 25. 
k ver. 9. 



1 ver. 16. 
Exod. 20. 
4, 5. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1451. 

m Exod. 24. 

17. 

ch. 9. 3. 

Isai. 33. 14. 

Hebr. 12.29. 

II Exod. 20. 

5. 

ch. 6. 15. 

Isai. 42. 8. 

o ver. 16. 



p 2 Kings 
17. 17, &c. 



g ch. 30. 18, 
19. 

Isai. 1.2. 
Mic. 6. 2. 



r Lev. 26. 

33. 

ch. 28. 62, 

64. 

Neh. 1. 8. 



s ch. 28. 64. 

1 Sam. 26. 
19. 

Jer. 16. 13. 
t Ps. 11.5.4. 
5. & 135. 
15, 16. 
Isai. 44. 9. 
& 46. 7. 
ti Lev. 20. 
39, 40. 
ch. 30. 1, 
2, 3. 

2 Cliron. 
1.5. 4. 
Neh. 1. 9. 
Isai. 5.5. 6, 7. 
Jer. 29. 12, 
13, 14. 

t heb. 
have found 
thee. 

E.xod. 18.8. 
ch. 31. 17. 
X Gen. 49. 1. 
ch. 31. 29. 
.lor. 23.20. 
IIos. 3. 5. 
y .loci 2. 12. 
/, 2 Chron. 
30. 9. 

Neh. 9. 31. 
Ps. 116. 5. 
■Jonah 4. 2. 



a Job 8. 8. 



b M.itt. 24. 
31. 



c Exod. 24. 
11. & 33. 20. 
ch. 5. 24, 26. 



d ch. 7. 19. 

& 2!). 3. 

e Exod. 7. 3. 

f Exod. 13. 

3. 

g Exod. 6. 6 

h ch. 2ii. 8. 

& 34. 12. 



i ch. 32. 39. 
1 Sam. 2. 2. 
Isai. 45. 5, 
IP, 22. 
Mark 12. 
29. 32. 
k Exod. 19. 
9. 19. & 20. 
18. 22. & 
24. 16. 
Hebr. 12. 18. 



which the Lord thy God hath forbidden 
thee. 

24 For "the Lord thy God is a con- 
suming fire, even " a jealous God. 

25 II When thou shalt beget children, and 
children's children, and ye shall have re- 
mained long in the land, and ° shall corrupt 
yourselves, and make a graven image, or the 
likeness of any thing, and p shall do evil in 
the sight of the Lord thy God, to provoke 
him to anger ; 

26 1 1 call heaven and earth to witness 
against you this day, that ye shall soon ut- 
terly perish from ofi'the land whereunto ye 
go over Jordan to possess it : ye shall not 
prolong your days upon it, but shall utterly 
be destroyed. 

27 And the Lord "^ shall scatter you among 
the nations, and ye shall be left few in num- 
ber among the heathen, whither the Lord 
shall lead you. 

28 And nhere ye shall serve gods, the 
work of men's hands, wood and stone, * which 
neither see, nor hear, nor eat, nor smell. 

29 " But if from thence thou shalt seek the 
Lord thy God, thou shalt find him, if thou 
seek him w^itli all thy heart, and with all thy 
soul. 

30 When thou art in tribulation, and all 
these things t ^^re come upon thee, ^ even 
in the latter days, if thou ^turn to the 
Lord thy God, and shalt be obedient unto 
his voice ; 

31 (For the Lord thy God is =a merciful 
God ;) he will not forsake thee, neither de- 
stroy thee, nor forget the covenant of thy 
fathers, which he sware unto them. 

32 For "ask now of the days that are 
past, which were before thee, since the day 
that God created man upon the earth, and 
ask ^ from the one side of heaven unto the 
other, whether there hath been any such 
thing as this great thing is, or hath been 
heard like it ? 

33 '^Did ever people hear the voice of God 
speaking out of the midst of the fire, as thou 
hast heard, and live ? 

34 Or hath God assayed to go and take 
him a nation from the midst of another 
nation, "^ by temptations, •'by signs, and by 
wonders, and by war, and ^by a mighty 
hand, and &by a stretched-out arm, ^and 
by great terrors, according to all that the 
Lord your God did for you in Egypt before 
your eyes ? 

35 Unto thee it was shewed, that thou 
mightest know that the Lord he is God : 
' there is none else beside him. 

36 ''Out of heaven he made thee to hear 
his voice, that he might instruct thee : and 

J 70 



'he loved thy fathers, 
their seed after them, 
out in his sight 



m his wonderful dealings with them. 

upon earth he shewed thee his great fire ; 
and thou heardest his words out of the 
midst of the fire. 

37 And because 
therefore he chose 

and ""brought thee out in his sight with 
his mighty power out of Egypt ; 

38 "To drive out nations from before thee, 
greater and mightier than thou art, to bring 
thee in, to give thee their land for an inhe- 
ritance, as it is this day. 

39 Know therefore this dav, and consi- 
der it in thine heart, that ° the Lord he is 
God in heaven above, and upon the earth 
beneath : there is none else. 

40 P Thou shalt keep therefore his statutes 
and his commandments which J command 
thee this day, i that it may go well with 
thee, and with thy children after thee, and 
that thou mayest prolong thy days upon the 
earth, which the Lord thy God giveth thee, 
for ever. 

41 IT Then Moses ■" severed three cities on 
this side Jordan, toward the sun-rising ; 

42 ^That the slayer might flee thither, 
which should kill his neighbour unawares, 
and hated him not in times past ; and that 
fleeing unto one of these cities he might live: 

43 Namely, 'Bezer in the wilderness, in 
the plain country, of the Reubenites ; and 
Ramoth in Gilead, of the Gadites ; and 
Golan in Bashan, of the Manassites. 

44 IT And this is the law which Moses set 
before the children of Israel : 

45 These are the testimonies, and the 
statutes, and the judgments, which Moses 
spake unto the children of Israel, after they 
came forth out of Egypt, 

46 On this side Jordan, "in the valley 
over against Beth-peor, in the land of Sihon 
king of the Amorites, who dwelt at Hesh- 
bon, whom Moses and the children of Israel 
' smote, after they were come forth out of 
Egypt : 

47 And they possessed his land, and the 
land y of Og king of Bashan, two kings of 
the Amorites, which were on this side Jor- 
dan, toward the sun-rising ; 

48 ^From Aroer, which is by the bank 
of the river Arnon, even unto mount Sion, 
which is ^ Hermon, 

49 And all the plain on this side Jordan 
eastward, even unto the sea of the plain, 
under the ''springs of Pisgah. 

CHAP. V. 

1 The covenant in Horeb. 6 The ten commandments. 
22 At the people's request Moses receiveth the law 
from God. 

AND Moses called all Israel, and said 
unto them, Hear, O Israel, the statutes 



CHAP. V. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1451. 



I ch. 10. 15. 



m Exod. 13. 
3, 9. 14. 



n ch. 7. 1. b. 
9. 1, 4, 5. 



o ver. 35. 
Josh. 2. 11. 



Lev. 22. 



31. 



q ch. 5. 16. 
&6.3, 18. & 
12. 25, 28. 
& 22.7. 
Ephes. 6. 3. 



r Numb. 35 
6, 14. 



3 ch. 19. 4. 



t Josh. 20.8. 



u ch. 3. 29. 



X Numb. 
21. 24. 
ch. 1. 4. 



y Numb. 
21. .15. 
ch. 3. 3, 4. 



z ch. 2. 3G. 
& 3. 12. 



a ch. 3. 9. 
Ps. 133. 3. 



b ch. 3. 17. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1451. 

t Heb. keep 
to do them. 

1491. 
a Exod. 19. 
5. 
ch. 4. 23. 

b See 

Malt. 13. 17. 
Hebr. 8. 9. 



c Exod. 19. 

9, 19. & 20. 

22. 

ch. 4. 33, 36. 

& 34. 10. 

d Exod. 20. 

21. 

Gal. 3. 19. 

e Exod. 19. 
16. & 20. 18. 
& 24. 2. 



f Exod. 20. 
2, &c. 
Lev. 26. 1. 
ch. 6. 4. 
P3. 81. 10. 
t Heb. 
servants. 
g Exod. 20. 



h Exod. 20. 
4. 



i Exod. 34. 

7. 



k Jer.32.18. 
Dan. 9. 4. 



1 Exod. 20. 

7. 

Lev. 19. 12. 

Matt. 5. 33. 



m Exod. 
20. 8. 



n Exod. 2.3. 
12. & 35. 2. 
Ezek.20. 12. 

o Gen. 2. 2. 
Exod. 16. 
29, 30. 
Hebr. 4. 4. 



p ch. 1.5. 15. 

& 16. 12. & 
24. 18, 22. 



ch. 4. 34, 



37. 



r Exod. 20. 

12. 

Lev. 19. 3. 

ch. 27. 16. 

Eph. 6. 2, 3. 

Col. 3. 20. 

» ch, 4, 40, 



TTie covenant in Horeb, 

and judgments which I speak in your ears 
this day, that ye may learn them, and f keep, 
and do them. 

2 ^The Lord our God made a covenant 
with us in Horeb. 

3 The Lord •'made not this covenant 
with our fathers, but with us, even us, who 
are all of us here alive this day. 

4 '^The Lord talked with you face to face 
in the mount, out of the midst of the fire, 

5 ("^ I stood between the Lord and you 
at that time, to shew you the word of the 
Lord : for ® ye were afraid by reason ol 
the fire, and went not up into the mount,) 
saying, 

6 IF ^I am the Lord thy God, which 
brought thee out of the land of Egypt, from 
the house of f bondage. 

7 ? Thou shalt have none other gods before 
me. 

8 '^Thou shalt not make thee any graven 
image, or any likeness of any thing that is 
in heaven above, or that is in the earth 
beneath, or that is in the waters beneath 
the earth : 

9 Thou shalt not bow down thyself unto 
them, nor serve them : for I the Lord thy 
God am a jealous God, ' visiting the iniquity 
of the fathers upon the children unto the 
third and fourth generation of them that 
hate me, 

10 •'And shewing mercy unto thousands 
of them that love me, and keep my command- 
ments. 

11 'Thou shalt not take the name of the 
Lord thy God in vain : for the Lord will 
not hold him guiltless that taketh his name 
in vain. 

12 ""Keep the sabbath-day to sanctify it, as 
the Lord thy God hath commanded thee. 

13 " Six days thou shalt labour, and do all 
thy work ; 

14 But the seventh day is the ° sabbath 
of the Lord thy God : in it thou shalt not 
do any work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy 
daughter, nor thy man-servant, nor thy 
maid-servant, nor thine ox, nor thine ass, 
nor any of thy cattle, nor thy stranger that 
is within thy gates ; that thy man-servant 
and thy maid-servant may rest as well as 
thou. 

15 PAnd remember that thou wast a ser- 
vant in the land of Egypt, and that the 
Lord thy God brought thee out thence 
1 through a mighty hand and by a stretched- 
out arm : therefore the Lord thy God conir 
manded thee to keep the sabbath-day. 

16 H -^ Honour thy father and thy mother, 
as the Lord thy God hath commanded 
thee ; nhat thy days may be prolonged, and 

171 



TliG ten commandments. 



DEUTERONOMY. 



Obedience the end of the law. 



that it may go well with thee, in the land 
which the Lord thy God giveth thee. 

17 * Thou shalt not kill. 

18 " Neither shalt thou commit adultery. 

19 * Neither shalt thou steal. 

20 y Neither shalt thou bear false witness 
against thy neighbour. 

21 ^Neither shalt thou desire thy neigh- 
bour's wife, neither shalt thou covet thy 
neighbour's house, his field, or his man-ser- 
vant, or his maid-servant, his ox, or his ass, 
or any thing that is thy neighbour's. 

22 IF These words the Lord spake unto 
all your assembly in the mount, out of the 
midst of the fire, of the cloud, and of the 
thick darkness, with a great voice ; and he 
added no more : and ^ he wrote them in 
two tables of stone, and delivered them 
unto me. 

23 ''And it came to pass, when ye heard 
the voice out of the midst of the darkness, 
(for the mountain did burn with fire,) that 
ye came near unto me, evcfi all the heads of 
your tribes, and your elders ; 

24 And ye said. Behold, the Lord our 
God hath shewed us his glory, and his 
greatness, and ^we have heard his voice out 
of the midst of the fire : we have seen this 
day that God doth talk with man, and he 
•' liveth. 

25 Now therefore why should we die ? 
for this great fire will consume us : ^if we 
t hear the voice of the Lord our God any 
more, then we shall die. 

20 f For who is there o/all flesh that hath 
heard the voice of the living God speaking 
out of the midst of the fire, as we have, and 
lived ? 

27 Go thou near, and hear all that the 
Lord our God shall say : and ^ speak thou 
unto us all that the Lord our God shall 
speak unto thee ; and we will hear it, and 
do it. 

28 And the Lord heard the voice of your 
words, when ye spake unto me ; and the 
Lord said unto me, I have heard the voice 
of the words of this people, which they have 
spoken unto thee : ^ they have well said all 
that they have spoken. 

29 ' O that there were such an heart in 
them, that they would fear me, and i^keep all 
my commandments always, 'that it might be 
well with them, and with their children for 
ever ! 

30 Go say to them. Get you into your 
tents again. 

31 But as for thee, stand thou here by me, 
■"and I will speak unto thee all the com- 
mandments, and the statutes, and the judg- 
ments, which thou shalt teach them, that 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1451. 


1451. 


t Exod. 20. 




13. 




Matt. .5. 21. 




u Exod. 20. 


n ch. 17. 20. 


14. 


& 28. 14. 


Luke 18. 20. 


Josh. 1. 7. 


Jiini. 2. 11. 


& 23. 6. 


X Exod. 20. 


Prov. 4. 27. 


1.5. 




Kom. 13. 9. 




y Exod. 20. 


ch. 10. 12. 


16. 


Ps. 119.6. 


z Exod. 20. 


Jer.7.23. 


17. 


Luke 1. 6. 


Mic. 2. 2. 




Hab. 2. 9. 


p ch. 4. 40. 


Luke 12. 15. 




Rom. 7. 7. 




& 13. 9. 






a ch. 4. 1.& 




5. 31. & 12. 




1. 


a Exod. 24. 




12. & 31. 18. 




ch. 4. 13. 






t Heb. pass 




over. 


b Exod. 20. 


b Exod. 20. 


18, 19. 


20. 




ch. 10. 12, 




13. 




Pa. 111. 10. 




& 128. 1. 




Eccles. 12. 




13. 




c ch. 4. 40. 




Prov. 3. 1, 2. 


c E.\od. 19. 


d Gen. 15.5. 


19. 


& 22. 17. 




e Rxod. 3. 8. 


d ch. 4. 33. 


f Tsai.42.8. 


Judg. 13. 22. 


Mark 12.29, 
32 




John 17. 3. 




1 Cor. 8. 4.0. 


e ch. 18. 16. 


g ch. 10. 12. 

Slatt. 22. 37. 




t Heb. 


Mark 12. :!(). 


add to hear. 


Lukr 10. 27. 




h 2 Kings 




23. 25. 


f ch. 4. 33. 


i ch.11.18. 




& 32. 40. 




Pa. 37. 31. 




& 40. 8. & 




119. 11, 98. 




Prov. 3. 3. 




I.sai. 51. 7. 




k ch. 4. 9. 




& 11. 19. 




Ps. 78. 4, 




5. 6. 


S Exod. 20. 

19. 

Hebi. 12. 19. 


Eplies. 6. 4. 
t Heb. 


wkH. or, 
sharpen. 




1 Exod. 13. 




9, 16. 




ci). 11. 18. 




Prov. 3. 3. 


, 


&6.21. &7. 




3. 




m ch.11.20. 




Isai. 57. 8. 


h ch. 18. 17. 




i cli. 32. 29. 




Ps.81.13. 




Isai. 48. 18. 


n Josh. 24. 


Matt. 23. 37. 


13. 


Luke 19. 42. 


Ps. 105. 44. 


k ch. 11. 1. 




1 ch. 4. 40. 






ch. 8. 10, 




&c. 


m Gal. 3. 19. 






t Heb. 




bond-mev. 




or, semants. 



they may do them in the land which I give 
them to possess it. 

32 Ye shall observe to do therefore as the 
Lord your God hath commanded you : "^ ye 
shall not turn aside to the right hand or to 
the left. 

33 Ye shall walk in ° all the ways which 
the Lord your God hath commanded you, 
that ye may live, Pand that it may be well 
with you, and that ye may prolong j'owr days 
in the land which ye shall possess. 

CHAP. VL 

1 The end of the law is obedience. 3 A71 exhortation 

thereto. 

NOW these are ''the commandments, the 
statutes, and the judgments which the 
Lord your God commanded to teach you, 
that ye might do them in the land whither ye 
t go to possess it : 

2 ''That thou mightest fear the Lord thy 
God, to keep all his statutes and his com- 
mandments which I command thee, thou, and 
thy son, and thy son's son, all the days of thy 
life ; ''and that thy days may be prolonged. 

3 ^ Hear therefore, O Israel, and observe 
to do it ; that it may be well with thee,. and 
that ye may increase mightily, ^as the Lord 
God of thy fathers hath promised thee, in 
^ the land that floweth with milk and honey. 

4 '"Hear, O Israel : The Lord our God 
is one Lord : 

5 And sthou shalt love the Lord thy 
God ^ with all thine heart, and with all thy 
soul, and with all thy might. 

6 And 'these words which I command 
thee this day, shall be in thine heart : 

7 And ''thou shalt t teach them diligently 
unto thy children, and shalt talk of them 
when thou sittest in thine house, and when 
thou walkest by the way, and when thou 
liest down, and when thou risest up. 

8 'And thou shalt bind them for a sign 
uponthine hand, and they shall be as front- 
lets between thine eyes. 

9 ""And thou shalt write them upon the 
posts of thy house, and on thy gates. 

10 And it shall be, when the Lord thy 
God shall have brought thee into the land 
which he sware unto thy fathers, to Abra- 
ham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, to give thee 
great and goodly cities, "which thou build- 
edst not, 

11 And houses full of all good things, 
which thou filledst not, and wells digged, 
which thou diggedst not, vineyards and olive- 
trees, which thou plantedst not ; ° when thou 
shalt have eaten and be full ; 

12 Then beware lest thou forget the Lord, 
which brouo;ht thee forth out of the land of 
Egypt, from the house of t bondage. 

172 



c« exhortation thereto, 

13 Thou shalt pfear the Lord thy God, 
and serve him, and ^ shalt swear by his name. 

14 Ye shall not "^go after other gods, ^of 
the gods of the people which are round 
about you ; 

15 (For 'the Lord thy God is a jealous 
God among you;) "lest the anger of the Lord 
thy God be kindled against thee, and destroy 
thee from off the face of the earth. 

16 If "Ye shall not tempt the Lord your 
God, yas ye tempted him in Massah. 

17 Ye shall ^diligently keep the com- 
mandments of the Lord your God, and 
his testimonies, and his statutes, which he 
hath commanded thee. 

18 And thou '^ shalt do that which is right 
and good in the sight of the Lord : that 
it may be well with thee, and that thou 
mayest go in and possess the good land 
which the Lord sware unto thy fathers, 

19 ^To cast out all thine enemies from be- 
fore thee, as the Lord hath spoken. 

20 A7id ''when thy son asketh thee fin 
time to come, saying, What mean the testi- 
monies, and the statutes, and the judg- 
ments, which the Lord our God hath com- 
manded you ? 

21 Then thou shalt say unto thy son, We 
were Pharaoh's bond-men in Egypt ; and the 
Lord brought us out of Egypt '^with a 
mighty hand: 

22 ®And the Lord shewed signs and 
wonders, great and f sore, upon Egypt, upon 
Pharaoh, and upon all his household, before 
our eyes : 

23 And he brought us out from thence, 
that he might bring us in, to give us the 
land which he sware unto our fathers. 

24 And the Lord commanded us to do 
all these statutes, ^to fear the Lord our 
God, gfor our good always, that ''he might 
preserve us alive, as it is at this day. 

25 And 'it shall be our righteousness, if 
we observe to do all these commandments 
before the Lord our God, as he hath com- 
manded us. 

CHAP. VIL 

1 All communion with the nations is forbidden, 4 fo7- 

fear of idolatry, 6 for the holiness of the people, 9 for 

the nature of God in his mercy and justice, \1 for the 

assuredness of victory which God will give over them. 

WHEN the ^ Lord thy God shall bring 
thee into the land whither thou 
goest to possess it, and hath cast out many 
nations before thee, ''the Hittites, and the 
Girgashites, and the Amorites, and the Ca- 
naanites, and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, 
and the Jebusites, seven nations *= greater and 
mightier than thou ; 

2 And when the Lord thy God shall 



CHAP. VII. 



Before 


Before 


CHRIST 


CHRIST 


1451. 


1451. 


p ch. 10. 12, 


d ver. 23. 


i20. & 13. 4. 


ch. 23. 14. 


I\I;itt. 4. 10. 


R Lev. 27 


Luke 4. 8. 


28, 29. 


qPs. 63. 11. 


Numb. 33. 


Isai. 45. 23. 


52. 


& 05. IG. 


eh. 20. 16, 


.ler. 4. 2. & 


17. 


5. 7. & 12. 


.losh. 6. 17. 


16. 


& 8. 24. & 


r ch. 8. 19. 


9. 24. & 10. 


& 11. 2H. 


28,40. & 11. 


.lor. 25. 6. 


1 1, 12. 


s ch. 13. 7. 


f fexod. 23. 


t Exod. 20. 


.32. & 34. 12, 


5. 


15, 16. 


ch.4. 24. 


.ludg. 2. 2. 


u ch. 7. 4. 


See ch. 20. 


& 11.17. 


10, &c. 


X Matt. 4. 7. 


.losh. 2. 14. 


Luke 4. 12. 


& 9. 18. 


y Exod. 17. 


.ludg. 1. 24. 


e Josh. 23. 


Nui'iib.20.3, 


4. & 21. 4, 5. 


1 kings 11. 


1 Oor. 10. 9. 


2 


7. ch. 11. 13, 


Ezra 9. 2. 


fW 


h ch. 6. 15. 


P's. 119. 4. 


1 Exod. 23. 




24. & .34. 13. 




ch. 12. 2, 3. 


a Exod. 15. 


t Hob. 


26. 


stnlues, or. 


rh. 12. 28. 


■pillars. 
k Exod. 19. 


& 13. 18. 




6. 




ch. 14. 2. &. 




26. 19. 




Ps. 50. 5. 




Jer. 2. 3. 




1 Exod. 19. 




5. 


b Numb. 33. 
52, 53. 


Amos 3. 2. 
1 Pet. 2. 9. 


c E.xod. 13. 




14. 




t Heb. 




to-mnrrnw. 






m ch. 10. 22. 




n ch. 10. 15. 




o Exod. 32. 




1.3. 




Ps. 105. 8, 9, 




10. 




Luke 1. 55, 




72. 73. 




p Exod. 13. 
3, 14. 


d Exod. 3. 


19. & 13. 3. 




fi Exod. 7. & 




8. &9.& 10. 




& 11. & 12. 




Ps. 13.5. 9. 




t Heb. evil. 






q Isai. 49. 7. 
ICor. 1. 9. 






& 10. 13. 




2 Cor. 1. 18. 




1 Thess. 5. 




24. 




2 Thess. 3. 3. 




2 Tim. 2. 13. 




Hehr. 11.11. 




1 .lohn 1. 9. 




r Exod. 20. 




6. 




ch. 5. 10. 




Neh. 1. 5. 


f ver. 2. 


Dun. 9. 4. 
s Isai. .59. 18. 


e rh. 10. 13. 


Nah. 1.2. 


.lob 3.5.7,8. 


t ch. 32. 35. 


.ler. 32. 39, 




h ch. 4. 1. & 




8.1. 




Ps. 41.2. 




Luke 10. 28. 




i Lev. 18. .5. 




ch. 24. 13. 




Rom. 10. 3. 
5. 






u Lev. 26. 3. 




ch. 28. 1. 




t Heb. 




because. 




X Ps. 105. 8, 




9. 




Luke 1. 55, 




72, 73. 




y .lohn 14. 




21. 


ach.31.3. 


z ell. 28. 4. 


Ps. 44. 2, 3. 




b Gen. 15. 




19, &r. 




Exod. 33: 2. 




c. Ph. 4. 38. 




&9. 1. 






a Exod. 23. 




26, &c 



Communion with the nations forbidden. 

''deliver them before thee, thou shalt smite 
them, and "^ utterly destroy them, ''thou shalt 
make no covenant with them, nor shew 
mercy unto them : 

3 g Neither shalt thou make marriages 
with them ; thy daughter thou shalt not 
give unto his son, nor his daughter shalt 
thou take unto thy son, 

4 For they will turn away thy son from 
following me, that they may serve other gods: 
'' so will the anger of the Lord be kindled 
against you, and destroy thee suddenly, 

5 But thus shall ye deal with them ; ye 
shall 'destroy their altars, and break down 
their t images, and cut down their groves, 
and burn their graven images with fire, 

6 ''For thou art an holy people unto 
the Lord thy God : 'the Lord thy God 
hath chosen thee to be a special people 
unto himself, above all people that are 
upon the face of the earth, 

7 The Lord did not set his love upon 
you, nor choose you, because ye were more 
in number than any people ; for ye were 
'"the fewest of all people : 

8 But "because the Lord loved you, and 
because he would keep °the oath which he 
had sworn unto your fathers, Phath the 
Lord brought you out with a mighty 
hand, and redeemed you out of the house 
of bond-men, from the hand of Pharaoh 
king of Egypt, 

9 Know therefore that the Lord thy 
God, he is God, "Jthe faithful God, ""which 
keepeth covenant and mercy with them that 
love him and keep his commandments to a 
thousand generations ; 

10 And 'repayeth them that hate him to 
their face, to destroy them : *he will not be 
slack to him that hateth him, he will repay 
him to his face. 

11 Thou shalt therefore keep the com- 
mandments, and the statutes, and the judg- 
ments, which I command thee this day, to do 
them. 

12 IF " Wherefore it shall come to pass, t if 
ye hearken to these judgments, and keep, 
and do them, that the Lord thy God shall 
keep unto thee 'the covenant and the mercy 
which he sware unto thy fathers : 

13 And he will ylove thee, and bless thee, 
and multiply thee : ^he will also bless the 
fruit of thy womb, and the fruit of thy 
land, thy corn, and thy wine, and thine 
oil, the increase of thy kine, and the flocks 
of thy sheep, in the land which he sware 
unto thy fathers to give thee. 

14 Thou shalt be blessed above all people: 
^ there shall not be male or female barren 
among you, or among your cattle, 

173 



The reward of obedience. 



DEUTERONOMY. 



An exhortation thereto* 



15 And the Lord will take away from 
thee all sickness, and will put none of the 
^evil diseases of Egypt which thou knowest 
upon thee ; but will lay them upon all them 
that hate thee. 

16 And '^thou shalt consume all the peo- 
ple which the Lord thy God shall deliver 
thee ; ** thine eye shall have no pity upon 
them : neither shalt thou serve their gods ; 
for that will be ^a snare unto thee. 

17 If thou shalt say in thine heart, These 
nations are more than I, how can I ^dis- 
possess them ? 

18 sThou shalt not be afraid of them : but 
shalt well ''remember what the Lord thy 
God did unto Pharaoh, and unto all Egypt ; 

19 'The great temptations which thine 
eyes saw, and the signs, and the wonders, 
and the mighty hand, and the stretched-out 
arm, whereby the Lord thy God brought 
thee out : so shall the Lord thy God do 
unto all the people of whom thou art 
afraid. 

20 ''Moreover, the Lord thy God will 
send the hornet among them, until they 
that are left, and hide themselves from 
thee, be destroyed. 

21 Thou shalt not be affrighted at them : 
for the Lord thy God is 'among you, ""a 
mighty God and terrible. 

22 "And the Lord thy God will tput 
out those nations before thee by little and 
little : thou mayest not consume them at 
once, lest the beasts of the field increase 
upon thee, 

23 But the Lord thy God shall deliver 
them funto thee, and shall destroy them 
with a mighty destruction, until they be 
destroyed. 

24 And °he shall deliver their kings into 
thine hand, and thou shalt destroy their 
name p from under heaven: i there shall no 
man be able to stand before thee, until thou 
have destroyed them. 

2.5 The graven images of their gods ''shall 
ye burn with fire: thou « shalt not desire the 
silver or gold that is on them, nor take it 
unto thee, lest thou be * snared therein : for 
it is "an abomination to the Lord thy God. 

26 Neither shalt thou bring an abomina- 
tion into thine house, lest thou be a cursed 
thing like it : but thou shalt utterly detest it, 
and thou shalt utterly abhor it; ''for it is 
a cursed thing. 

CHAP. vm. 

A71 exhortation to obedience in regard of God's dealing 

with them. 

4 LL the commandments which I com- 
-^-^ mand thee this day * shall ye observe 
to do, that ye may live, and multiply, and 



Before 

CHRIST 

1451. 

b Exod. 9. 
14. &. 15. 26. 

ch. 28.27, 
60. 



c vcr. 2. 



(1 ch. 13. 8. 
& 19. 13,21. 
& 25. 12. 



e Exod. 23. 
33. 

ch. 12. 30. 
.ludg. 8. 27. 
Pfi. 106. 36. 
f Numb. 33. 
53. 



g ch. 31. 6. 
h Ps. 105. 5. 



i ch. 4. 34. & 
29. 3. 



k Exod. 23. 

98. 

Josh. 24. 12. 



1 Numb. 11. 

20. & 14. 9, 

J4, 42. & 16. 

3. 

Josh. 3. 10. 

m oil. 10. 17. 

Neh. 1. .5. & 

4. 14. Sl \). 

32. 

n Exod. 23. 

29, 30. 

t ileb. 

pluc/c off. 



t Feb. 
before thy 
face. 
ver. 2. 



Josh. 10. 
34, 25, 42. & 
12. 1, &c. 

p Exod. 17. 

14. 

ch. 9. 14. 

& 25. 19. & 

29. 20. 

n ch. 11.25. 

Josh. 1. 5. & 

10. 8. & 23. 

9. 

r ver. 5. 

Exod. 32. 20. 

ch. 12. 3. 

1 Chi on. 14. 
12. 

s Josh. 7. 1, 
21. 



f Judg.8.27. 
Zeph. 1. 3. 
u ch. 17. 1. 



X Lev. 27. 

28. 

ch. 13. 17. 

Josh. 6. 17, 

18. & 7. 1. 



a ch. 4. 1. & 

5. .32, 33. & 

6. I, k, 3. 



Before 

CHRIST 

1451. 



b ch. 1.3. & 
2. 7. & 29. 5. 
Ps. 136. 16. 
Amoa 2. 10. 



c Exod. 16. 

4. 

ch. 13. 3. 

d 2Chron. 

32. 31. 

John 2. 25. 

e E.\od. 16. 
2, 3. 

f E,xod.l6. 
12. 14, 35. 



gPs.104.29. 
Matt. 4. 4. 
Luke 4. 4. 



h ch. 29. 5. 
Neh. 9. 21. 



i 2 Sam. 7. 

14. 

Pa. 89. 32. 

Prov. 3. 12. 

Hebr. 12. 5. 

6. 

Rev. 3. 19. 



k ch. 5. 33. 



1 ch. 11. 10, 
11, 12. 



t Heb. 

of olive-tree 

of ml. 



m ch. 33. 25. 



n ch. 6. 11, 
12. 



o ch. 28.47. 
& 32. 15. 
Prov. 30. 9. 
H08. 13. 6. 



pi Cor. 4.7. 
qPs. 106.2L 



r Isai. 63. 

12, 13, 14. 

Jer. 2. 6. 

R Numb. 21. 

6. 

Hos. 13. 5. 

t Numb 20. 

11. 

Ps. 78. 15. 

& 114. 8. 



u ver. 3. 
Exod. 16. 15. 



go in and possess the land which the Lord 
sware unto your fathers. 

2 And thou shalt remember all the way 
which the Lord thy God ''led thee these 
forty years in the wilderness, to humble thee, 
and "^ to prove thee, "^ to know what was in 
thine heart, whether thou wouldest keep his 
commandments, or no. 

3 And he humbled thee, and ^suffered 
thee to hunger, and ''fed thee with manna, 
which thou knewest not, neither did thy 
fathers know ; that he might make thee 
know that man doth &not live by bread 
only, but by every word that proceedeth out 
of the mouth of the Lord, doth man live. 

4 ''Thy raiment waxed not old upon thee, 
neither did thy foot swell these forty years, 

5 'Thou shalt also consider in thine heart, 
that as a man chasteneth his son, so the 
Lord thy God chasteneth thee. 

6 Therefore thou shalt keep the command- 
ments of the Lord thy God, ''to walk in his 
ways, and to fear him. 

7 For the Lord thy God bringeth thee 
into a good land, 'a land of brooks of water, 
of fountains, and depths that spring out of 
valleys and hills ; 

8 A land of wheat, and barley, and vmes, 
and fig-trees, and pomegranates, a land 
t of oil-olive, and honey ; 

9 A land wherein thou shall eat bread 
without scarceness, thou shalt not lack any 
thing in it ; a land ""whose stones are iron, 
and out of whose hills thou mayest dig brass. 

10 "When thou hast eaten and art full, 
then thou shalt bless the Lord thy God for 
the good land which he hath given thee. 

1 1 Beware that thou forget not the Lord 
thy God, in not keeping his commandments, 
and his judgments, and his statutes, which I 
command thee this day : 

12 °Lest whe?i thou hast eaten, and art 
full, and hast built goodly houses, and dwelt 
therein ; 

13 And when thine herds and thy flocks 
multiply, and thy silver and thy gold is 
multiplied, and all that thou hast is mul- 
tiplied ; 

14 pThen thy heart be lifted up, and 
thou 'I forget the Lord thy God, which 
brought thee forth out of the land of Egypt, 
from the house of bondage ; 

15 Who ''led thee through that great and 
terrible wilderness, ^wherein were fiery ser- 
pents, and scorpions, and drought, where 
there was no water : *who brought thee forth 
water out of the rock of flint ; 

16 Who fed thee in the wilderness with 
"manna, which thy fathers knew not, that 
he might humble thee, and that he might 

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Moses rehearset